MSS - 1010  is a battery operated instrument that is used to electronically simulate variety of outputs from various types of accelerometers.
MSS-1010  uses  a  menu-driven  4x16  character  LCD  display  to  establish  the appropriate settings. Key panel contain five sealed switches marked with arrows, E (enter), Back  and ON/OFF.
Power is supplied from 4 AA rechargeable Ni-MH batteries internally mounted which can be recharged with a regulated 9Vdc source.









Connection to PC is established over the front mounted LEMO connector. PC mod will be automatically started after inserting proper cable into device. Output  signal  is  user  selectable  from: single-ended  napon  (mV),  single-ended ®charge (pC), differental charge (pC), current-sinking IEPE (ICP), tachometer (TTL), ®flow (TTL), OSO  (Optical Speed Output) and BOV (Bias Output Voltage).
Frequency range is 1Hz to 1kHz; output voltage RMS is from 10mV to 10V or 10pC to 10.000pC.
Outputs can be provided in acceleration, velocity, displacement, voltage or charge.

Proximity Checker PC-100 is a battery operated easy to use instrument that is used to check sensor GAP  and indicate it on LED bar integrated on front panel. There is also a LCD screen for displaying GAP voltage for better accuracy. PC-100 also can be used to simulate any current sensor with constant current output. Power is supplied from one 9V alkaline internally mounted battery. There is also a LED indication of low battery. 








Working mode can be selected by side switch mounted on left side. There is also a visual identification of selected mode placed on the front panel. In the middle position device is off. In GAP TEST mode, PC-100 is measuring a GAP voltage on proximity sensor. Measured voltage is displayed on LCD screen and on LED diodes which indicated position of proximity sensor. This system enables easy mounting proximity sensor with simple adjustment procedure over LED bar. It is especially designed for fast check of proximity probes used in monitoring system. It also helps operator to setup proximity probe in optimal position and/or to get information about position of probe in front of the shaft.
In CURRENT SOURCE mode, instrument produce fixed current of 12mA. It is designed to get external 24V on this input and it generate fixed current trough integrated current loop.

SC-100 Sensor Checker

NORTH Protection Ltd., Member of NORTH Group, is specialized in installation, commissioning and maintenance of Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS) – both independent and/or supported by SCADA/DCS. The company is also engaged in development, design and production of special measuring and test devices, which serve mainly as additional tools for on-line and off-line CMS and other measurement devices.
The development of our products is the result of both broad technical expertise and years of field experience of our engineers in measurement, testing and diagnostics in various areas of industry, but particularly those related to monitoring and protection systems, which makes them unique on the market.

MSC-1015 is a battery operated instrument that is used to electronically simulate variety of outputs from various types of sensors.
MSC-1015 uses a menu-driven 4×16 character LCD display to establish appropriate settings.
The key panel contains five sealed switches marked with arrows, E (Enter), Back and ON/OFF.









Power is supplied from 4 AA rechargeable, internally mounted Ni-MH batteries which can be recharged with a regulated 9Vdc source.
Connection to PC is established over the front mounted LEMO connector. PC mode will be automatically started after inserting proper cable into device.
Output signal is user selectable from: single-ended voltage (mV), single-ended charge (pC), differential charge (pC), current-sinking IEPE (ICP®), loop powered current source (mA), tachometer (TTL), flow (TTL), OSO® (Optical Speed Output) and BOV (Bias Output Voltage). Frequency range is 1Hz to 10kHz; RMS output voltage is from 10mV to 10V or 10pC to 10.000pC. Outputs can be provided in acceleration, velocity, displacement, voltage or charge.
Application note
Suitable for inspecting measurement lines according to ISO 10816 standards. Device is especially designed for Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS) and/or Vibration Monitoring Systems (VMS) that are independent or connect to SCADA Systems.

MSC-1015 Multi Signal Calibrator

PC-100 Proximity Checker

MSS-1010 Multi-Sensor Simulator

Sensor Checker SC-100 is a battery operated easy to use instrument that is used to check sensor condition by measuring bias voltage and to electronically simulate IEPE sensor output from accelerometers.
Power is supplied from one 9V alkaline internally mounted battery. There is also a LED indication of low battery.









Working mode can be selected by side switch mounted on left side. There is also a visual identification of selected mode placed on the front panel. In the middle position device is off.
In BOV TEST mode user can read measured bias voltage on the screen and sensor status on the LED diodes on the front panel. There are predefines sensor status which are depending from the bias voltage and they are: short circuit, sensor ok and open circuit. For short circuit, measured bias voltage is below 7V. For open circuit measured bias voltage is more than 15V. For sensor ok, measured bias voltage is between 7V and 15V. If the customer want different voltage levels, changes are possible free of charge before shipment.
In SIGNAL GENERATOR mode, instrument produce fixed frequency sinusoidal signal to simulate accelerometer or velocity meter output.