Miniature Charge Amplifiers are used with piezoelectric transducers.

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Housed in aluminum case measuring 1.575 x 1 x 1 in. and weighing 50 g, Series 5820 charge amplifiers are suited for use with all piezoelectric transducers to form various airborne vibration and shock data acquisition systems. Units are available in 7 standard charge conversion ranges, each offering a 10.1 tandem gain adjustment capability. Models provide dual signal outputs, one biased around +2.50 Vdc and one unbiased capacitance coupled.



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Miniature Charge Amplifiers for Use with Piezoelectric Transducers



The Series 5820 Charge Amplifiers from Columbia Research Laboratories are designed for use with virtually all piezoelectric transducers to form various airborne vibration and shock data acquisition systems. These devices feature a very small package size and extremely low power consumption. Series 5820 Charge Amplifiers weigh a maximum of 50 gms and measure 1.575"L x 1.00"W x 1.00"H. The case material is aluminum. The Series 5820 Charge Amplifiers provide dual signal outputs, one biased around +2.50VDC and one unbiased capacitance coupled. They are available in seven standard charge conversion ranges, each offering a 10.1 tandem gain adjustment capability. A range of seven low-pass filters is available to meet individual vibration measurement needs.

Columbia Research Laboratories, Inc. is ISO9001:2000 with Design & AS9100 Revision B certified. For more information call 1-800-813-8471; Fax: 610-872-3882; e-mail: sales@columbiaresearchlab.com or visit www.columbiaresearchlab.com.

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