Shock and vibration monitoring

  • 22-Dec-2008 11:19 EST

The series 660 embeddable accelerometers from IMI Sensors are suitable for continuous shock and vibration monitoring in high-volume and commercial OEM applications. They provide high-shock survivability, high resolution, and large dynamic range. Units offer field-proven, solid-state piezoelectric sensing elements for durability and broad bandwidth performance. The sensors are available in two choices: charge output for high operating temperatures or ICP types with built-in signal conditioning electronics for simplified operation and connectivity to data acquisition and vibration monitoring instrumentation.
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