4527 - Triax accelerometer, high temp,10 mV/g, side conn, hermetic, M3 tapped hole, excl. cable. 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 (with TEDS) make them equally ...
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 ...
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.
Larson Davis offers a selected range of measurement accelerometers optimized for use with the HVM100 Human Vibration Monitor. They cover the complete range of applications including Hand-arm, Whole-body, and Glove Transmissibility measurements.
The Jewell ASB Series Angular Accelerometer is a general-purpose ±200 radian/second2 to ±1000 radian/second2 device for industrial, commercial and aerospace sensing requirements.
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 ...
The 8315 Accelerometer is designed for permanent vibration monitoring installations in a wide variety of applications. It is intended as a general-purpose monitoring transducer. It may be used in areas where there is radiation.
Dual axis fiber optical accelerometer. Dual axis fiber optical accelerometer for remote monitoring of structural vibration in two orthogonal directions.
The MS2004+is a triaxial, high dynamic range servo accelerometer based on state-of-the art MEMS technology. Its small dimensions, rugged and splash-proof design and excellent reliabillity make the MS2004+ the perfect match for seismic instrumentation.
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.