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Data Collection
CTC hardware is compatible with all data collection systems. We make it easy to customize your hardware to your system’s specific needs. We offer a large variety of accessories and the industry’s widest range of data collector connectors and cable adapters.
Exit Type
CTC offers most sensors in both top and side exit configurations. Side exit sensors are designed for applications where height clearance is a problem, and a lower profile is needed. Top exit sensors are typically lighter weight than side exit sensors and therefore have a better high-end frequency response.


Sensor Case Size
CTC standard size accelerometers come in the largest variety of sensitivity options, ranging from 10 mV/g to 1,000 mV/g. The larger mass allows for detection at lower speeds. As a result, 500 mV/g and 1,000 mV/g sensors are only available in this case size. CTC compact size accelerometers are only available in 100 mV/g options. Mini accelerometers are our smallest case size and are great for high-speed applications. The smaller mass and smaller overall weight allow for accurate information on higher speeds.


Single Axis vs. Triaxial Sensors
For the most effective predictive monitoring, all 3 axis of vibration must be measured to ensure the best understanding of machine health. This requires either 3 single-axis sensors per bearing or 1 triaxial sensor. There are many benefits and trade-offs to both.

For permanent monitoring installation, single-axis sensors will provide the highest quality data. However, this requires 3 single-axis sensors, 3 mounting spaces, and 3 cordsets. For triaxial installations, only 1 sensor, 1 mounting surface, and 1 cordset are required. For permanent cable installations where long cable runs are necessary, the cost savings of only running one cable to a Junction Box can be great.

For portable measurements, the largest consideration is time efficiency and human safety. If 3 axis of measurement cannot be safely reached by the vibration analyst, a triaxial sensor will allow for all measurements to be taken from one location. Additionally, all sensors have settling time before data can be taken accurately. Since single-axis sensors need to settle on each axis, this increases the time per bearing.
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Data Collection
CTC hardware is compatible with all data collection systems. We make it easy to customize your hardware to your system’s specific needs. We offer a large variety of accessories and the industry’s widest range of data collector connectors and cable adapters.

Exit Type
CTC offers most sensors in both top and side exit configurations. Side exit sensors are designed for applications where height clearance is a problem, and a lower profile is needed. Top exit sensors are typically lighter weight than side exit sensors and therefore have a better high-end frequency response.


Sensor Case Size
CTC standard size accelerometers come in the largest variety of sensitivity options, ranging from 10 mV/g to 1,000 mV/g. The larger mass allows for detection at lower speeds. As a result, 500 mV/g and 1,000 mV/g sensors are only available in this case size. CTC compact size accelerometers are only available in 100 mV/g options. Mini accelerometers are our smallest case size and are great for high-speed applications. The smaller mass and smaller overall weight allow for accurate information on higher speeds.


Single Axis vs. Triaxial Sensors
For the most effective predictive monitoring, all 3 axis of vibration must be measured to ensure the best understanding of machine health. This requires either 3 single-axis sensors per bearing or 1 triaxial sensor. There are many benefits and trade-offs to both.

For permanent monitoring installation, single-axis sensors will provide the highest quality data. However, this requires 3 single-axis sensors, 3 mounting spaces, and 3 cordsets. For triaxial installations, only 1 sensor, 1 mounting surface, and 1 cordset are required. For permanent cable installations where long cable runs are necessary, the cost savings of only running one cable to a Junction Box can be great.

For portable measurements, the largest consideration is time efficiency and human safety. If 3 axis of measurement cannot be safely reached by the vibration analyst, a triaxial sensor will allow for all measurements to be taken from one location. Additionally, all sensors have settling time before data can be taken accurately. Since single-axis sensors need to settle on each axis, this increases the time per bearing.

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