Triaxial Accelerometer

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Triaxial Accelerometer
Triaxial Accelerometer

CE and RoHS compliant, the Model 8102 piezoelectric triaxial accelerometer from Measurement Specialities features an amplified output and comes in a rugged aluminum or stainless steel housing with an integral 1.5 m cable assembly. Designed for high-g impact measurements, it is offered in ranges from ±50 to ±6000g and boasts low current consumption. The plug and play COTS sensor is operational over -40 to 125°C. For screw mounting, it provides a flat frequency response to 6000Hz with linearity of ±1% FSO. The accelerometer operates from 3.0 – 5.5Vdc and offers a full scale output swing equal to ½ of excitation voltage. Each unit is packaged with an NIST traceable calibration certificate.

Posted on April 6, 2012 - (1417 views)
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Measurement Specialties Inc
1000 Lucas Way
23666 Hampton - USA
+1-757-7661500
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