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FBO DAILY - FEDBIZOPPS ISSUE OF SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 FBO #6140
SOURCES SOUGHT

66 -- Secondary Vibration Calibration System (SVCS)

Notice Date
9/13/2018
 
Notice Type
Sources Sought
 
NAICS
334519 — Other Measuring and Controlling Device Manufacturing
 
Contracting Office
Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst, Contracts Department, Hwy. 547 Attn:B562-3C, Lakehurst, New Jersey, 08733-5083
 
ZIP Code
08733-5083
 
Solicitation Number
N68335-18-RFI-0079
 
Archive Date
10/27/2018
 
Point of Contact
Theresa A. Temoney, Phone: 7323232542
 
E-Mail Address
theresa.a.temoney@navy.mil
(theresa.a.temoney@navy.mil)
 
Small Business Set-Aside
N/A
 
Description
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION This is a Request for Information (RFI). This is NOT a solicitation for proposals, proposal abstracts, or quotations. It is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government to issue a solicitation or ultimately award a contract. The Government reserves the right to use information provided by respondents for any purpose deemed necessary and legally appropriate. Respondents are advised that the Government is under no obligation to acknowledge receipt of the information received or provide feedback to respondents with respect to any information submitted. The Government will NOT be responsible for any costs incurred by the respondents to this notice. The notice is strictly for research and information purposes only. This notice is issued to help assist the Government in determining the availability of qualified companies technically capable of meeting the Government requirement and to determine the method of acquisition. All organizations with the capability and availability to perform the requirement under the applicable NAICS code are invited to submit a response to this notice. The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Metrology and Calibration office (METCAL) request information on commercially available Secondary Vibration Calibration System (SVCS). NAVAIR METCAL is issuing this RFI as a means of conducting market research to identify parties having an interest in and the resources to support this requirement. Modified commercial items will be considered. The requirement will provide a replacement standard that can support the current NAVAIR METCAL SVCS. The workload for this system will include the calibration of accelerometers and velocity transducers. Table 1 includes a representative list of Navy's workload, but note that the Navy's Devices Under Test (DUTs) are not limited to just those mentioned in the list. A salient specification is provided below: Table 1: SVCS Workload Nomenclature Model/Part # CAGE Velocity Transducer 4-128-0006 09384 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 308B 52581 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 728A 53126 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric M1020 54526 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 1020S 54526 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric MOD1020S 54526 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 1576AS537-1 47181 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 6021C 54526 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 6036C 54526 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 7251-100 95411 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 7251A-100 95411 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 13955 99866 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 6050 54526 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 4514-B-004 R0009 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 5310M1 2W033 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 7751-500 95411 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 353B17 52681 Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 8742A5 58679 Velocity Transducers- Piezoelectric Type 7310 99866 Velocity Transducers- Piezoelectric Type 7310 (H1/CH46/C130/P3) 99866 Velocity Transducers- Piezoelectric Type 797V 3X699 Velocity Transducers- Piezoelectric Type 69-100-0074 3X699 Velocity Transducers- Piezoelectric Type 1576AS537-1 07571 Velocity Transducers- Piezoelectric Type 4-131-0147 09384 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2213 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2213E 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2213M5 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2215D 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2215E 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2217E 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2220C 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2220D 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2221F 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2222B 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2224C 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2226C 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2233E 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2270 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2271A 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2271AM20 24235 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 2272 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode TL3122-6 24235 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 3023M1 07571 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 3030 07571 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 4371 27591 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 4381 R0009 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 4383 R0009 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 6222M20 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 6222M46 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 6222S100 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 6222S100A 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 6233 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 6233C50 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 7201-50 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 7704A-50 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 4371V 27591 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 144-202-000-303 S3960 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 510TX 07571 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 6240M4 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 302-031 56492 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 7240B 95411 Accelerometer - Piezoelectric Charge Mode 7240C 95411 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-102-0001 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-103-0001 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-106-0001 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-106-0002 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-123-0001 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-125-0001 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-125-0112 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-125-L207 09384 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-125-0111 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-128-0001 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-128-0002 09384, 14028 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-128-0008 09384 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-131-0123 09384 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-131-0147 09384 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-137-0106 09384 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 544 97240 Velocity Transducer - Electromagnetic Type 4-137-0007 09384 Accelerometers - Triaxial Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 1576AS305-1 47181, 07571,53126, 30003 Accelerometers - Triaxial Voltage Mode Piezoelectric DI103 47181 Accelerometers - Triaxial Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 2258A-100 95411 Accelerometers - Triaxial Voltage Mode Piezoelectric T049149-3 2W033 Accelerometers - Triaxial Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 46A16 95411 Accelerometers - Triaxial Voltage Mode Piezoelectric 46A17 95411 1.0 SPECIFICATIONS (Material/Equipment) •1.1 Technical Requirements: The SVCS shall have the following characteristics: 1.1.1 Operational frequencies: 2 Hz to 20 kHz 1.1.2 Acceleration: 1 to 33 g rms where g = 32.1740 ft/sec 2 or 9.80665 m/sec 2 1.1.3 Units of Measure: Acceleration (g) ft/sec 2 or m/sec 2 ; Velocity in/sec (ips) or m/sec at a minimum •1.1.4 Support multiples sensors types: high impedance accelerometer, low impedance accelerometers, electromagnetic velocity transducer, piezoelectric velocity transducer, piezoresistive, integrated electronics piezoelectric accelerometer •1.1.5 Support Device Under Test (DUT) Ranges: a. Charge: 0.1 pC/g to 1000 pC/g b. Voltage: 0.1 mV/g to 1000 mV/g c. Velocity: 10 mV-sec/in to 1048 mV-sec/in •1.1.6 Provide System Uncertainty Budget documentation: a. The combined standard uncertainty of calibration products, using a coverage factor of 2 (k=2) to provide a 95% confidence level, shall be based on the methodology described by ISO16031-21 and NIST Technical Note 1297 along with the other uncertainty components as listed below: •o Laser Calibration of reference transducer and any other standards used to calibrate the SCVS •o Effect of calibration less than Reference amplitude •o Base Strain Sensitivity of Reference •o Nonlinearity of Reference Sensor •o Reference signal-to-noise effects •o Mounting Surface Perpendicularity to axis of motion •o Reference Sensitivity Drift •o Sensitivity of Conditioning Amplifier •o Voltage Ratio Error •o Influence from Relative Motion, including mass loading effect •o Influence from non-linearity of amplifier •o Influence from magnetic field from exciter •o Influence from Temperature Variation •o Influence from Vertical and Horizontal Transverse Motion •o Influence from acceleration distortion •o Influence of mounting parameters, cable, plug, torque •o Difference between Reference level before and after measurement •o Nonlinearity of Reference Signal Conditioner •o Sensitivity of Conditioning Amplifier calibration •o Gravity Influence •o Magnetic Influence •o Distortion Influence •o Frequency measurement •o Resolution b. Measurement uncertainties shall be specified over the entire range of operation. This shall be given as expanded magnitude and phase uncertainties with coverage factor of k = 2. The range may be broken into sub-ranges, if the uncertainty is dependent on frequency. The maximum measurement uncertainties of the magnitude and phase must not exceed the following values for complex sensitivity of accelerometers over the following intervals: •o For 2 Hz to <10 Hz, +/-1.25% magnitude and 0.5° phase •o For 10 Hz to <1000 Hz, +/- 0.75% and 1.0° phase •o For 1 kHz to <10 kHz, +/- 1% and 1.5° phase •o For 10 kHz to <20 kHz +/- 2.5% and 3.0 ° phase 1.1.7 The SVCS shall be able to deliver up to 1 g acceleration at the lowest required frequency of 2 Hz. 1.1.8 The SVCS shall be capable of handling DUT weights to 900 grams at a maximum acceleration and frequency of 20 g and 7000 Hz, respectively. 1.1.9 Warm-up Time: 15 minutes at max 1.1.10 Calibration Interval: The SCVS shall be able to meet and maintain all performance specification as indicated for a minimum of one year. 1.1.11 Can provide service and installation capability throughout the United States and key international countries. 1.1.12 Operating Temperature Range: 60°F to 85°F without affecting stated accuracy. 1.1.13 Operating Humidity Range: 20% to 60% RH without affecting stated accuracy. 1.1.14 Power Requirements: 110 V/220 V @ 50 Hz/60 Hz 1.1.15 Must provide the necessary test instrument mounting fixture(s) with the hole pattern that will be compatible for mounting multiple DUT types as listed in Table 1. 1.1.16 If SVCS must consist of multiple exciters, it is required that the amplifier, signal conditioner, and calibration software can serve across the multiple exciters. In other words, one system with multiple shakers configuration. 1.1.17 Material: It is preferred that the shaker(s) to be made of non-beryllium components especially for any parts that isn't enclosed away from contact with the operator. If beryllium must be utilized in the shaker design, it is required that the company provides the appropriate engineering control and personal protective equipment (PPE) to comply with OHSA's beryllium standard. Per OSHA's beryllium standard, 29 CFR 1910.1024, a permissible exposure limit of 0.2 micrograms per cubic meter of air (μg/m 3 ), averaged over 8-hours (PEL-TWA) has been established including a short term exposure limit (STEL) of 2 μg/m 3 over a 15-minute sampling period. 1.1.18 Humidity Operational Range: 20% to 60% RH without affecting stated accuracy. 1.1.19 Calibration of individual test, measurement and diagnostic equipment that makes up the SVCS shall be accomplished by comparison to external standards traceable to NIST. 1.1.20 The design of the instrument shall readily provide accessible calibration and maintenance adjustments. All calibration adjustments shall be designed to bring back the SVCS to its ideal theoretical operational condition within certain defined limits, e.g. corrections shall not cover for a defective SVCS. 1.1.21 All peculiar calibration fixtures and accessories needed for full calibration of the SVCS, such as plug-in extension boards, cables, special adapters, and special tools, shall be furnished with each unit delivered. These calibration fixtures and accessories shall be affixed to, or mounted within the unit, wherever possible, and their quantity held to a minimum. 1.1.22 Operating System and Software: All software must run under Microsoft Windows 10 Professional •1.1.23 Minimum accelerometer mounting surface diameter: 3.25 in •1.1.24 The system must be equipped with mechanical isolation to prevent ambient noise or noise generated by the system from degrading its performance. •1.1.25 Contractor shall provide the cabling kit that corresponds with the DUT's provided in Table 1. The kit shall contain all the necessary cables, connectors, and special adapters that can appropriately connect the DUT to the SVCS. Shall also provide documentation that identifies the specific cable and connector compatible with each DUT listed in Table 1. Respondents must provide, as part of their responses documentation of their capability to meet the above referenced in the form of brochures, data sheets, technical manuals, and/or other published items. Electronic Copy is preferred, PDF, Word or other common formats. Please provide the following Point of Contact information: Company: Address: Point of Contact: Phone Number: Fax Numbers: Email Address: DUNS Number: CAGE Code: Business Size and Classification (Large Business Concern, Small Business Concern, 8(a), Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), Woman-Owned Small Business, Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone), Veteran-Owned Small Business, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business): Please provide the following information in respect to the SVCS: General Description of the SVCS. Identification of critical requirements for the SVCS (See Salient Spec.). Overview of your SVCS concept of operation. Discuss critical information required for the use of your SVCS. Provide any additional information desired. Note: If a modified commercial item is being put forth then a brief description of what items need to be modified to meet technical requirements should be provided Telephone inquiries will not be accepted or acknowledged, and no feedback or evaluations will be provided to companies regarding their submissions. Submission Instructions: Interested parties who consider themselves qualified to perform the above-listed services are invited to submit a response to this RFI by the response date specified. All responses under this Sources Sought Notice must be emailed to theresa.a.temoney@navy.mil with the soliciation number in the subject line. If you have any questions concerning this opportunity please contact: Theresa Temoney at theresa.a.temoney@navy.mil.
 
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Record
SN05088796-W 20180915/180913231659-a8e821ef7ac3be15c15dc4dd9b779737 (fbodaily.com)
 
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