MEMS accelerometer with four-wire threaded removable connector

  • 09-Aug-2012 03:37 EDT
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Silicon Designs (SDI)’s model 2276 high-precision accelerometer features a four-wire threaded removable connector. Following the launch of its sister model, the 2266, SDI’s model 2276 further offers reliable, continuous operation to 125°C (250°F) when used with the recommended 8 to 32 V power supply, along with improved bias, bias TC, scale factor, scale factor TC, and lower noise, floor, and linearity specifications. The model 2276 is tailored for zero-to-medium frequency applications, offering integral amplification and high-drive, low-impedance buffering for precision measurements. According to SDI, it allows users the ability to completely exchange, move, reposition, and replace accelerometers within a given test setup for greater flexibility, convenience, and cost savings.

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