Piezoelectric signal conditioner

  • 11-Jun-2011 02:18 EDT
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Meggitt Sensing Systems' Endevco Model 133 three-channel piezoelectric signal conditioner features a wide bandwidth of 100 kHz (-3 dB corner) and is designed to condition accelerometer output signals within modal and structural analysis, NVH, automotive and aerospace testing, and general in-laboratory applications. The system features an industry-standard bench mount configuration and a RS232 serial interface, and it supports both ISOTRON (IEPE) and charge output piezoelectric accelerometers with either manual or computer programmable configurations. Operation and programming is achieved via the LED-illuminated front panel with adjustable gain range of 0-1000. When used with the PC setup application software, the unit allows for control of up to 60 measurement channels.

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