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CML 2105 FFT Vibration Analyser

CML 2105 FFT Vibration Analyser

RE: CML 2105 FFT Vibration Analyser

As you can see it wants 100 mv/g. so you need a suitable accelerometer, a cable, and a conditioner, and another cable. This will have an adjustable gain on it that you can set to your desired sensitivity.

here's the rolls royce solution for the conditioner, but don't trust the integration feature (which you don't need)

https://www.bksv.com/en/products/transducers/condi...

and here's suitable accelerometers

https://www.bksv.com/-/media/literature/Product-Da...

Basically just phone up your local reps for B&K, PCB, endevco, etc etc and they'll figure out a suitable instrumentation string. PCB are significantly cheaper than B&K , and still lab quality. If you want industrial accelerometers then I can't help with brand names.

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Greg Locock


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RE: CML 2105 FFT Vibration Analyser

thread962-116517: Information on CML 2105 FFT Vibration Analyser says that's a very old instrument

Aside from the native FFT convenience and higher frequency performance, have you considered something like: https://cdn-shop.adafruit.com/datasheets/BST_BNO05...?

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RE: CML 2105 FFT Vibration Analyser

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Thank you for your answers.
Being a very old device I cannot find the manuals, with them everything would be solved.

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