Low-g range chips

  • 20-Dec-2011 10:07 EST
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Silicon Designs’ LG series is a dedicated product family of low-g range chips and modules that is designed to support a variety of zero- to medium-frequency automotive, defense, aerospace, energy, industrial, and general test and measurement requirements. Providing high-drive, low-impedance buffering for high-reliability performance in temperatures up to 125°C (257°F) within a rugged, anodized aluminum housing, the series accelerometer modules produce two analog voltage outputs that vary with acceleration. The devices also feature a four-wire connection, in support of both single-ended and differential modes. Signal outputs are fully differential about a common mode voltage of approximately 2.5 V and may be powered with a 9-V battery.

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