Miniature triaxial accelerometer

  • 21-Sep-2009 03:28 EDT

Designed for modal analysis, Dytran Instruments' miniature triaxial accelerometer with quartz shear technology is suitable for use in noise, vibration, and harshness as well as general-purpose vibration applications. The model 3023A9 features three miniature quartz laminar shear mode accelerometer elements mounted to a single support and welded into a titanium housing. Mounted orthogonally to each other, they can measure the complete motion of a point. The labels of the axes X, Y, and Z are laser marked in a large font size on the three orthogonal faces aiding the user in orienting the sensor. Designed to mount by means of a 10-32 tapped hole in the base, the unit has a sensitivity of one-mV/g single connector, is hermetically sealed, and has a mass of 4 g (0.035 oz).

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