GE / Bently Nevada 330400 Accelerometer Acceleration Transducer
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GE / Bently Nevada 330400 Accelerometer Acceleration Transducer

Each Accelerometer has the CE, CSA, ATEX, and Brazil agency approvals engraved on the side casing.

• Mounting Thread Option: 1/4-28 UNF Integral Stud

Part Number: 330400-01-05

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GE / Bently Nevada 330400 / 330425 Accelerometer Acceleration Transducer

  • Frequency Response of 10 Hz to 15 kHz or 30Hz to 10 kHz
  • Transverse Sensitivity Less than 5% of Axial
  • Amplitude of Resonant Peak 20 dB Maximum


These accelerometers are intended for critical machinery applications where casing acceleration measurements are required, such as gear mesh monitoring. The 330400 is designed to address the requirements of American Petroleum Institute Standard 670 for accelerometers. It provides an amplitude range of 50 g peak and a sensitivity of 100 mV/g. The 330425 is identical except it provides a larger amplitude range (75 g peak) and a sensitivity of 25 mV/g.

Product Family: 330400, 330425

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Sensitivity10.2 mV/m/s2 ±5%
Acceleration Range490 m/s2 Peak Acceleration within 10 Hz to 15 kHz
Amplitude Linearity±1% to 490 m/s2 peak
Broadband Noise Floor0.039 m/s2 rms
Sensitivity2.5 mV/m/s2 ±5%
Acceleration Range735 m/s2 Peak Acceleration within 10 Hz to 15 kHz
Amplitude Linearity ±1% to 735m/s2 peak
Broadband Noise Floor0.098 m/s2 rms

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GE / Bently Nevada 330400 / 330425 Accelerometer Acceleration Transducer

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GE / Bently Nevada 330400 / 330425 Datasheet (pdf) 
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