REOVIB Accelerometers and Monitoring Systems

REOVIB Acceleration sensors

REOVIB acceleration sensors contain a piezoelectric accelerator element with a downstream amplifier. The accelerations are recorded by the piezo element and are translated into a voltage proportional to the acceleration.

The sensors could for example be used for the regulation and monitoring of conveyor drives, for the recording of mechanical vibrations or for the monitoring of acceleration or braking effects.

  • REOVIB Accelerometers SW

    IP 54, IP 65 - Die-cast aluminum

    REOVIB Accelerometers SW
    • Frequency range: 30 - 150, 10 - 60, 5 - 20 Hz
    • Measurement signal: 100 - 2000 mV/g

    Sensor for measuring accelerations in the range of 0 ... 35 g (frequency dependent). The sensor includes a piezoelectric element with a downstream amplifier acceleration. The accelerations are detected by the piezoelectric element and converted into a voltage proportional to the acceleration.

    The amplifier takes the measurement signal in a form of 100 /150/ 300 /600/ 2,000 mV / g. All components are housed in a robust aluminum housing and completely sealed. The electrical connection is via a 4-wire (or 3 -wire), shielded cable. The shield must be grounded at the signal processing device.


    • Control and monitoring of conveyor drives
    • Detection of mechanical vibrations
    • Monitoring of acceleration or braking action
  • REOVIB SWM 4000

    Handheld measuring instrument for vibratory conveyor equipment

    REOVIB SWM 4000
    • Frequency range: 6...600 Hz
    • Measurement signal: 0.2...100 mV/g

    Reliable and accurate instrument for the installation, testing and servicing of
    vibratory conveyor equipment. This unit supersedes REO‘s popular SMW3000 unit and incorporates many new features.

  • REOVIB SWM 1000

    Acceleration and amplitude sensor for vibratory systems

    REOVIB SWM 1000
    • Frequency range: 5...150 Hz

    Acceleration and amplitude sensor for vibratory systems. The sensor measures the amplitude of an electro-magnetic or motor -driven vibratory system and provides 0(4)...20 mA output signals for both acceleration and amplitude. The outputs from the sensor can be connected directly to a meter which has a 0(4)...20 mA input or used for monitoring e.g. conneted to a PLC.