W5 Vibration Sensor

$2,999.00 2999.00
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Polycarbonate & Aluminum 7075
Digital Capacitive Accelerometer: ± 40g
Battery: 1250 mAh
Storage: 16 GB
Lead Time: 7 Weeks plus shipping - Shipping & Ordering
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Product Features
  • Convenient, Adaptable, and Reliable Learn More
  • Standalone Wireless Measurement System
    Embedded sensors, storage, WiFi connectivity, & power
  • Selectable High-Performance Accelerometers
    Variable capacitance, piezoelectric & piezoresistive
    Selectable measurement range from 16g to 2,000g
    Selectable sampling rate up to 20,000 samples per second
  • Up to 8 Billion Data Points of Memory
  • Embedded Sensor Suite
    Gyroscope, magnetometer, pressure, temperature, humidity & light
    Now includes GPS* and Microphone
  • Triggering from Sensors and/or Time-Based
  • Rechargeable Battery Life of Many Days
    Extend battery life with triggering and/or external power
  • Simple USB Interface for Download & Charging
  • NIST Traceable Calibration | Calibration Certificate
  • Trusted by Over 2,000 Different Commercial Customers
Accelerometer Specifications>> More Information
Accelerometer Type Range Sampling Rate Bandwidth Noise Resolution
Digital Capacitive ± 40g 4,000 Hz 0 to 300 Hz < 0.01 gRMS 0.00008 g
Frequency Response Plot
Additional Sensor Specifications >> More Information
Sensor Measurement Range Resolution Sampling Rate
Microphone105 dB 0 (off) to 20,000 Hz
GPS Location2.5 m0 (off) to 1 Hz
GPS Time60 ns0 (off) to 1 Hz
Gyroscope2000°/s0.06 °/s0 (off) to 3,200 Hz
Magnetometer± 1300 µT0.3 µT0 (off) to 10 Hz
Temperature-40 to 85 °C0.01 °C0 (off) to 10 Hz
Pressure1 to 200 kPa1.6 Pa0 (off) to 10 Hz
Humidity0 to 100 %RH0.04% RH0 (off) to 10 Hz
Light0 to > 20 uV<100 mlx0 (off) to 4 Hz
Environmental Specifications >> More Information
Parameter Range Notes
Operating Temperature -10°C to 80°C (14°F to 176°F)  
Recommended Storage Temperature 15°C to 30°C (59°F to 86°F) Recharging Temperature 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Humidity 0 to 95 %RH Non-Condensing
Pressure 20 kPa to 110 kPa (2.9 psi to 16.0 psi) Absolute Pressure
Shock Limit >3,000 g Refer to Shock Report (PDF)
No Electric Field Susceptibility 2 MHz to 18 GHz @ 200 V/m Refer to EMI Test Report (PDF)
No Magnetic Field Susceptibility 30 Hz to 100 kHz Refer to EMI Test Report (PDF)
Battery performance is heavily dependent upon the device configuration (sensor sample rates and triggers), battery age (including charging cycles), temperature, and WiFi interference/strength. The following table provides the battery life and storage capacity of this device assuming it has a relatively new battery and it is at room temperature. When showing performance it assumes all sensors are on at the default sample rate with the main accelerometer sample rate driving performance. It also assumes wireless upload is turned OFF. If the device is uploading to the cloud after every recording, assume a battery life of 50% that listed below. With triggers, it assumes the device is in trigger mode 99% of the time. Here are some additional resources: Measurement Settings, Battery Specifications, Battery Life Estimator Tool.
Sample Rate Storage Capacity Continuous Recording Main Accel. Trigger 2nd Accel. Trigger Periodic/Time Trigger
50 Hz 64 days 3.7 days 11 days 333 days
200 Hz 40 days 3.7 days 11 days 331 days
800 Hz 15 days 3.4 days 11 days 312 days
4,000 Hz 4 days 2.8 days 11 days 270 days
Mechanical Specifications >> Mounting
Mass 100 grams
Case Material Polycarbonate Top & Bottom, Aluminum Center Brace
Mounting - Screw 6-32 Bolts (23 ft-lb)
Mounting - Tape (Double Sided) 3M 950 Tape
Length 86.4 mm (3.4")
Width 50.0 mm (1.97")
Thickness 17.0 mm (0.67")
Ingress Protection IP 50 (Dust Protected)
Free Software Features>> More Information
  • enDAQ Cloud
    Access Data Remotely within Seconds of a Recording
    Receive Email Alerts
    Share Recording Files with URL
    Free for 1 Sensor and 100 GB of Storage
    $100/Month for 5 Sensors and 500 GB of Storage
  • Free Standalone Software Packages
    Lab - Configuration, Quick Snapshot, Batch File Conversion
    Analyzer - Analysis of enDAQ Sensor Data in MATLAB
  • Configure Sensors for Measurement
  • Export/Convert Data to CSV or MATLAB
  • Analysis
    Digital Filtering
Why enDAQ?
  • Convenient - Intuitive Operation and Sensors that Can Go Anywhere Learn More
  • Adaptable - Selectable Sensor Packages and Configurable Settings and Software Learn More
  • Reliable - Every Device is Calibrated and Made in the USA to Ensure Quality Learn More