accelerometer Equipment

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Brüel & Kjær - Model Type 4527 - Triax Accelerometer

by Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S     based in Nærum, DENMARK

Designed to operate continuously at 180°C (356°F) to meet the toughest environmental requirements, the wide 0.3Hz to 10 kHz frequency range and low weight of Triaxial CCLD Accelerometer Types 4527 and 4527-001 make them equally suitable for use as general purpose accelerometers. When only a single- or dual-axis measurement is needed, these ...

Model SV 150 - Tri-Axial Acceleromete

by Svantek Ltd.     based in Warszawa, POLAND

SV 150 is a tri-axial accelerometer designed to be used with the SV 106 human vibration analyser to provide a dedicated instrument for measurements according to ISO 5349-2. The accelerometer can easily be attached to the handle of the vibrating tool being measured. The sensor's TEDS memory stores information about calibration factor limiting ...

Working Grade Accelerometers

by Sira Certification     based in Dartford, UNITED KINGDOM

Our high frequency working grade accelerometer system offers a basic, general purpose calibration that is suitable for most day to day vibration measurement requirements. Customers receive a UKAS certificate demonstrating the sensitivity characteristics of their accelerometer at 22 calibrated points over the frequency range 20 Hz to 5 kHz.

Reference Grade Accelerometers

by Sira Certification     based in Dartford, UNITED KINGDOM

Sira is currently the only UK laboratory to offer a primary reference grade calibration service for reference grade accelerometers. This service is available to customers who wish to hold their own primary standard within their company, which can be used in house to transfer the calibration to working grade devices. Customers receive a UKAS ...

Shock Accelerometers

by Sira Certification     based in Dartford, UNITED KINGDOM

Our shock calibration facility is another industry first. Sira is currently the only laboratory in the UK that offers UKAS accredited shock calibration. In the past it has been acceptable to assume that an accelerometer will respond to half sine shock pulses in the same way as it responds to sinusoidal excitation. Unfortunately, this assumption ...

Signal Conditioners

by Sira Certification     based in Dartford, UNITED KINGDOM

Signal conditioners can be calibrated in our laboratory as standalone instruments or as an accelerometer and conditioner system. System calibrations are performed with dedicated accelerometers using the calibration methods described above. Customers receive a UKAS certificate containing a range of measurements, which vary depending on the ...

VibroSystM - Model VSM797S - Low Frequency Piezoelectric Accelerometer

by VibroSystM Inc.     based in Longueuil, QUEBEC (CANADA)

The VSM797S is a hermetically sealed piezoelectric accelerometer designed to measure absolute vibration in harsh industrial environments. It incorporates a low-pass filter within the conditioning circuit to attenuate the sensor's mechanical resonance as well as the associated distortion and overload. The sensor features a low noise and temperature ...

Accelerometers

by Brüel & Kjær Vibro GmbH     based in Darmstadt, GERMANY

For advice on the correct acceleration sensor and installation accessories, we recommend that you discuss your specific application with our specialists to ensure the correct solution.

Accelerometers

by PCH Engineering A/S     based in Horsholm, DENMARK

In our range of accelerometers we are confident you will find the transducer type, which will fit your application. A transducer has a nominal sensitivity. A Calibration Certificate follows each transducer telling the exact sensitivity, which naturally is within the specified tolerance. Low tolerance transducers can be supplied on request. All ...

Model Low-g - Accelerometer

by Vernier Software & Technology     based in Beaverton, OREGON (USA)

Use the Low-g Accelerometer to study one-dimensional acceleration in a wide variety of acceleration experiments and demonstrations. The Low-g Accelerometer is the best choice for most acceleration experiments, including Newton’s second law, simple harmonic motion, and the relationship between acceleration and force.

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