Triaxial Accelerometers

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Triaxial Accelerometers
Triaxial Accelerometers

Tailored for zero-to-medium frequency applications, the Dytran 7503A series combine an integrated VC accelerometer chip with high drive, low impedance buffer for low-level acceleration measurements. Offered with a choice of seven different sensitivities and available in measurement ranges between 2 and 200g, these accelerometers offer a low-end frequency response down to DC (0 Hz), with an upper frequency range between 400 and 2,500 Hz with differential output. Units are rugged to 5,000g shock and operate from +9 to +32 VDC power. Hermetically sealed titanium case delivers reliable performance in harsh conditions. The module contains three separate variable capacitance accelerometers configured orthogonally for X, Y, Z outputs and low noise electronics, with a 5/16-32 radial connector and easy mounting via two #4 or M3 screws.

Posted on November 14, 2011 - (62 views)
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Dytran Instruments Inc
21592 Marilla Street
91311 Chatsworth - USA
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