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PCB’s Shock/Vibration Accelerometer Analyzes Consumer Products

\[July 28, 2006\] Measuring 2.8 mm × 5.7 mm and weighing a slight 0.2g, the Model 352C23 ICP accelerometer embarks as a viable component for measuring shock and vibration in space-restricted locations common to consumer electronics. These include disk-drive mechanisms, cellular phones, PDAs, and circuit boards. Other applications include NVH studies on automotive parts and modal analysis and structural testing of solar panels and satellite components. The sensor consists of a shear-mode, piezo-ceramic sensing element and produces a 5-mV/g output with a frequency response from 2 kHz to 10 kHz and a measurement range of 1,000g. Other features include an anodized aluminum housing, ground isolation, a 10,000g shock limit, 3-56 coaxial electrical connector, and a 3m replaceable cable. PCB PIEZOTRONICS INC., Depew, NY. (888) 684-0013.


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