Variable-capacitance accelerometer

  • 05-Apr-2010 08:43 EDT
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The Endevco model 7290E from Meggitt Sensing Systems is a high-precision variable-capacitance accelerometer with integral digital temperature compensation that enables accurate measurement of low-frequency events and excels in thermal zero shift and sensitivity shift performance. It comes in seven models ranging from 2 to 150 g. The device incorporates a variable-capacitive sensing element with gas damping and internal over-range stops that enable the transducer to withstand high shock and acceleration loads. Applications include aircraft flight and flutter testing, centrifugal force, and launch loading and acceleration.

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