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I am in the electronics repair and calibration field and am required to calibrate vibration (a first for me). The calibration is no problem, but I need to convert the units my engineers gave me in vibration (mV/g) in to what my test equipment reads (mm/s). Does anyone know of a good vibration convertion calculator on the web, or know the conversion constant from mm/s to mV/g?
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