Accelerometer measures vibrations at high temperatures.

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Model 8795A50M5 low-impedance, voltage-mode piezoelectric accelerometer measures simultaneous acceleration signals in 3 orthogonal axes. Welded-titanium, cube-shaped package, with notched corner, allows identification of sensor's orientation when working in blind areas. With measuring range of ±50 g, accelerometer has frequency response of 1 Hz to 4 kHz and 100 mV/g sensitivity. It operates reliably at temperatures up to 165°C.

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Accelerometer for Vibration Measurements at High Temperatures

Measuring simultaneous acceleration signals in three orthogonal axis, the 8795A50M5 is housed in a cube shaped package with a notched corner that allows for convenient identification of the
sensors orientation when working in blind areas. The patented K-SHEAR® design, employing a quartz sensing element, provides a wide operating frequency range along with extremely low sensitivity to thermal transients, and base strain. The 8795A50M5 is a low impedance, voltage mode piezoelectric accelerometer that operates reliably at temperatures up to 165°C.

With a measuring range of ±50 g, the 8795A50M5 accelerometer has a frequency response of 1Hz to 4 kHz and a 100 mV/g sensitivity. This 32 gram cube shaped sensor features a welded titanium housing that is easily installed either by stud or adhesive. This voltage mode sensor is CE compliant and can be powered by a wide variety of any industry standard IEPE voltage-mode piezoelectric sensor power sources. Applications include critical vibration and NVH testing, general laboratory as well as modal testing.

Kistler is a worldwide supplier of precision instrumentation for the measurement of pressure, force and acceleration serving the R&D, Industrial and OEM communities.

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