Low-range modules

  • 03-Jan-2012 09:27 EST
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The LG Series from Silicon Designs is a product family of low-g range chips and modules designed to support a variety of zero-to-medium frequency aerospace, automotive, defense, energy, industrial, general test, and measurement requirements. It provides high-drive, low-impedance buffering for performance in temperatures up to +125°C (+257°F) within a rugged, anodized aluminum housing. Series accelerometer modules produce two analog voltage outputs that vary with acceleration, and a four-wire connection supports both single-ended and differential modes. The axis is perpendicular to the bottom of the package, and differential signal outputs may be powered with a 9-V battery. Sensitivity is independent from the 8- to 32-V supply voltage. The self-calibrating LG Series is relatively insensitive to temperature changes.

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