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CMCP-TKAT2 Portable Handheld Accelerometer and Cable Tester
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CMCP-TKAT2 Portable Handheld Accelerometer and Cable Tester

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CMCP-TKAT2
Product Code: CMCP-TKAT2
The CMCP-TKAT2 Cable & Bias Checker is a battery powered, hand-held unit designed to enable installation engineers to verify plant cabling in vibration monitoring systems. The unit provides constant current accelerometer power via a BNC connector or a 2-Pin MIL Connector for quick connection of standard 2-Pin Sensors. The device indicates correct accelerometer operation or cabling Low / High (short / open circuits) using three color LED’s. In addition, the accelerometer bias voltage is indicated on an LCD display.

Features
  • Verifies Sensor Bias Voltage
  • Verifies Cable Wiring
  • LCD Voltage Display
  • OK, Low (Short) or High (Open) LED Indicators
  • 9 V Battery Powered
  • 2-Pin MIL Connector for Quick Assessments
  • BNC Cable with Alligator Clips
  • Test Leads for Junction Boxes (BNC to BNC)
  • Includes Carry-On Pouch

CMCP-TKAT2
Technical Performance
Input:
Constant Current Accelerometer or Velocity Sensor
Display:
Indicates the Sensors DC Bias Voltage
LED:
Green: OK


Amber: Low Bias Voltage / Shorted Cable


Red: High Bias Voltage / Open Cable Connection
Connection:
BNC Socket
Leads:
2’ BNC to BNC Cable and 2' BNC to Clip On Leads



Electrical

Power:
9 VDC Battery
Battery Life:
17 Hours, with Sensor connected
Low Battery Indicator:
Low Battery Indicator on Display





Mechanical

Case Material:
Premium Hard EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) and durable Velvet,
-offers double protection against scratches, dents, bumps, and drops
Dimensions:
3.25” x 5.25” x 1.00”, device only(83 x 133 x 25 mm)
Weight:
5.8 Oz.

Operation

The CMCP-TKAT2 can be connected to multi-channel switch boxes via a BNC/ BNC coaxial lead, or to junction box terminals by use of the BNC clip-on cable. Alternatively, an accelerometer can be directly attached to the 2-Pin MIL Connector on top of the unit.
The center BNC contact should be connected to the accelerometer power/signal wire and the BNC outer to the accelerometer 0 V. Switching on via the push button, the LCD meter will indicate accelerometer bias voltage. The 24 VDC On-Off switch on the top panel is for testing sensors that are already powered.
Just toggle the switch button to the Off-position and press the push button to get the voltage displayed and LED indicators to function.
The LED will be green if this bias voltage is between 6 V and 18 V. Bias voltages outside these limits indicate a faulty accelerometer or possibly a faulty cable. The Low LED will be amber for bias voltages less than 6 V and the High LED will be red for bias voltages greater than 18 Volt. Cable short-circuits are indicated by an amber Low LED and 0 V on the LCD meter. Open circuits are indicated by the High LED in red and for bias voltages greater than 18 V.
The battery current is 33 mA in normal operation with sensor which will allow many hours of continuous operation. To preserve battery life, the unit will switch off when the push button is not pressed. A low battery condition is indicated on the LCD display when the battery voltage falls below 7.5 V.
The battery compartment, containing a single 9 V battery, is accessible through a sliding cover in the back.

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