Posted on February 15, 2011 - ( views)
Designed to suit a variety of general vibration testing requirements, Meggitt Sensing Systems’ Endevco model 2228C rugged low-mass triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer features 2.8 pC/g sensitivity. It provides high-reliability vibration measurements on three orthogonal axes with 10-32 receptacles to allow data collection from three separate output connections. These connections also offer a visual reference for the orthogonal axes being measured. With a total package weighing just 15 grams, the accelerometer effectively minimizes mass loading on small structures and objects. Units are designed to reliably operate over a temperature range of -55 to 177˚C, with mounting via two-hole screw or adhesive. The accelerometer is a self-generating device that requires no external power source for operation. Signal ground is isolated from the mounting surface of the unit. Low-noise, flexible coaxial cables are supplied for error-free operation.
Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz
92675 San Juan Capistrano
For aerodynamic studies
Permanent & hand held vibration monitoring
Offered in 103.4, 344.7 and 689.5kPa ranges
General purpose acoustic measurement
Feature 4x over-range survivability
Operate at temperatures up to 399°C
100mV/g, ±10% sensitivity tolerance
2.8 pC/g sensitivity
For machine protection and condition monitoring systems
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