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This chapter focuses on the design of measuring devices. The devices used to measure vibration typically consist of an electronic transducer with an interconnecting cable and an alternating current voltmeter. The working principle of each type of transducer is described in this chapter along with their important characteristics and common applications. The chapter provides general guidelines for the selection of a measuring device, and discusses vibration severity levels.

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