Accelerometer features sensitivity of up to 500 mV/g.

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Suited for modal analysis, NVH, Squeak & Rattle, and general purpose vibration applications, 3214A Series Single Axis Cubic Accelerometer features ultra low noise electronics and all titanium construction. Cubic design allows for adhesive mounting on multiple mounting faces and unit includes 10-32 mounting hole. It is available in sensitivities of 10, 100, and 500 mV/g.



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3214A Series Single Axis Cubic Accelerometer



Dytran Instruments, Inc. is pleased to announce the new 3214A Series Single Axis Cubic Accelerometer. The 3214A series is an excellent instrument for modal analysis, NVH, Squeak & Rattle, and general purpose vibration applications. The 3214A series accelerometer has ultra low noise electronics, wide bandwidth, all titanium construction, and is available in sensitivities of 10mV/g, 100mV/g, and 500mV/g. This accelerometer features a 10-32 mounting hole and its cubic design allows for adhesive mounting on multiple mounting faces. Available now from Dytran Instruments. Priced at $300.

Company Information:
Established in 1980, Dytran Instruments, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of piezoelectric and DC accelerometers, force and pressure transducers, and associated electronics. Dytran products are used extensively in industrial test and measurement applications. Additionally, Dytran products are widely utilized for on-board measurements in a variety of aerospace, commercial, and military applications.

Dytran maintains a world-class manufacturing facility in Chatsworth (Los Angeles) California. This vertically integrated facility includes engineering, administrative, manufacturing, and automated machining capabilities. Dytran products are available worldwide via a network of distributors and representatives.

Technical Contact:
Ken Supin
Dytran Instruments, Inc.
21592 Marilla Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Tel: 818-700-7818
Fax: 818-700-7880
info@dytran.com

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