Tri-Axial Accelerometers Employ New Piezoelectric Crystal

June 1, 2002
Piezoelectric crystals having a new composition are said to be responsible for the 600-TX series accelerometers's ability to simultaneously measure acceleration in three mutually perpendicular axes. The new, sensitive accelerometers have an operating

Piezoelectric crystals having a new composition are said to be responsible for the 600-TX series accelerometers's ability to simultaneously measure acceleration in three mutually perpendicular axes. The new, sensitive accelerometers have an operating temperature range of from -100°F to 350°F, with high-temperature units available for use up to 500°F. For more information and prices, contact R. Reymos at COLUMBIA RESEARCH LABORATORIES INC., Woodlyn, PA. (800) 813-8471.

Company: COLUMBIA RESEARCH LABORATORIES INC.

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