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Accelerometer Calibration Workstation
Accelerometer Calibration Workstation
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9155D Accelerometer Calibration Workstation

Turnkey Model 9155

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PCB is the world leader in piezoelectric and measurement grade MEMS accelerometers.  Users from the world's largest aerospace companies and the major automotive manufacturers, to research labs and consumers projects - have confidence in us with  their accurate and high throughput calibration needs.  TMS offers precise, elegant and efficient automated accelerometer calibration, providing metrology control and confidence. 

The Accelerometer Calibration Workstation Model 9155 offers accurate back-to-back comparison calibrations of ICP® (IEPE) and charge mode piezoelectric accelerometers in accordance with ISO 16063-21. The 9155 system also calibrates piezoresistive (MEMS), capacitive, and velocity sensors via available options. Benefits of the Model 9155 form in two areas: conformance to existing standards and automation of the calibration task.

  • Proven - Global recognition as market leader
  • Accurate - Ensures traceable calibrations to NIST and PTB
  • Simple - Turnkey system includes all necessary components
  • Fast - Calibration typically performed in under a minute per axis
  • Familiar - Windows PC supplies intuitive user interface
  • Versatile - Define multiple pass/fail criteria for each test and automatically recall them from the internal database
  • Customized - Prints customizable ISO 17025 compliant certificates
  • Automatic - Set-up tests, acquire data, save results and print reports with ease, precision and automation
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Video describing the basic operation of our accelerometer calibration system.


Optional Additions to 9155

Configurations offer automated TEDS sensor updating, linearity check, low frequency calibration down to 0.1 Hz, shock calibration and a host of shaker options. 


Basic 9155 System Specifications

 

Frequency Range 5 Hz - 15 kHz with 9155D-830 Air-Bearing Shaker Option
  5 Hz - 20 kHz with 9155D-831 Air-Bearing Shaker Option
  0.5 Hz - 500 Hz with 9155D-771 Low Frequency, Long Stroke Shaker Option
  0.1 Hz - 500 Hz with 9155D-779 Extended Low Frequency Shaker Option
Typical Measurement Uncertainty1, 2 2.0% (5-10 Hz)
  1.2% (10-100 Hz)
  0.8% (100 Hz)
  1.0% (100 - 1,000 Hz)
  1.4% (1,000 - 5,000 Hz)
  1.9% (5,000 - 10,000 Hz)
  2.2% (10,000-15,000 Hz)
  2.8% (15,000-20,000 Hz)
Calibration Method Back-to-back comparison per ISO 16063-21
Measurements Sensitivity, Amplitude, Phase, Bias, Resonance5, Linearity5, Shock5, Shunt5, DC Offset, Bridge Resistance, DC Sensitivity
Accelerometers Supported ICP®, Charge, Voltage, Capacitive3, Piezoresistive4, CVLD
Sensors Supported Acceleration, Velocity5
TEDS Sensor Support IEEE 1451.45, IEEE P1451.45
Excitation Type Stepped Sine, Multi-sine
Acceleration Levels6 0.1 to 10 gpk
Calibration Data Management Yes
Automatic pass/fail Classification Yes
Measurement Units English, Metric
Input Power Supply 100-200V or 220-240V at 48-62 Hz
Calibration Run Time <90 seconds7

 

Random component estimates significantly affected by shaker selection and environmental conditions
Best measurement uncertainty available with option 9155D-C83XP
Capacitive sensors supported in base s/w - Capacitive sensor signal conditioning available as 9155D-445 option
Piezoresistive sensors supported in base s/w - Signal Conditioning available as 9155D-478 option
Optional features
Shaker dependent, limited by stroke and load capacity - 9155D-501 option supports to 40 gpk sinusoid
10 Hz to 20 kHz at 1/3 octaves

Accessories Included

  • PC with Printer
  • 9155 Calibration Software (see Software Features)
  • Data Acquisition Hardware
  • Database Software
  • System Verification Sensor
  • Various Mounting Adaptors and Cables
  • Uncertainty Budget Procedures
  • On-Site Installation and Training

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