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
30700 Rancho Viejo Road
92675 San Juan Capistrano
For condition monitoring applications
Offer low power consumption
High bandwidth and shock survivability
For industrial testing applications
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
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