Miniature Accelerometers have lightweight titanium housings.

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ICP(R) accelerometers are suited for modal and structural vibration analysis, package drop testing, and general shock and vibration measurement applications. Models 352C41 (10 mV/g) and 352C42 (100 mV/g) are each packaged in 3/8 x 0.38 in. housing with smooth base for adhesive mounting. Shear mode, piezo-ceramic sensing elements work over frequency range of 0.5-10kHz. Both accelerometers have built-in microelectronic signal conditioning circuit.



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Miniature, Lightweight, ICP(R) Accelerometers


February 15, 2002, Depew, NY - Two new ICP(R) accelerometers from the Vibration Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc., feature small, lightweight, titanium housings and are ideally suited for modal and structural vibration analysis, package drop testing, and general shock and vibration measurement applications.

Models 352C41 (10 mV/g) and 352C42 (100 mV/g) are each housed in a 3/8 inch hex x 0.38 inch tall titanium housing that weighs just 2.8 grams. The smooth base is designed for adhesive mounting. Shear mode, piezo-ceramic sensing elements provide low-noise operation and accuracy through a frequency range of 0.5 to 10k Hz (+ 10%).

Built-in microelectronic signal conditioning circuitry offers a low impedance output signal for long distance signal transmission and simplicity of operation. The durable designs operate in -65 to +250°F temperatures, and survive accidental shock inputs to 5000 g.

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