Shock/Vibration Accelerometer Weighs Just 0.2 Gram

April 1, 2003
Able to perform shock and vibration measurements in space-restricted and weight-limited locations, the Model 352C23 ICP accelerometer measures just 2.8 mm x 5.7 mm and weighs only 0.2 gram. The sensor employs a shear-mode, piezo-ceramic element that

Able to perform shock and vibration measurements in space-restricted and weight-limited locations, the Model 352C23 ICP accelerometer measures just 2.8 mm x 5.7 mm and weighs only 0.2 gram. The sensor employs a shear-mode, piezo-ceramic element that generates a 5 mV/g output signal with a frequency response from 2 Hz to 10 kHz. Resonant frequency is specified as greater than 70 kHz. Other features include a shock limit of 10 kg, an anodized aluminum housing, electrical ground isolation, a 3-56 coaxial connector, and a removable low-noise cable measuring 3m in length. For additional information, call Craig S. Aszkler at PCB PIEZOELECTRONICS INC., Vibration Div., Depew, NY. (888) 684-0011.

Company: PCB PIEZOELECTRONICS INC. - Vibration Div.

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