Triaxial Accelerometers have built-in Low-Pass filter.

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Miniature ICP® triaxial accelerometers simultaneously measure vibration in 3 orthogonal directions. Filter allows low frequencies of interest to pass unchanged, while eliminating undesirable high frequencies and minimizing potential for sensor overload. With sensitivity rating of 10 mV/g with 500 g peak measurement range, Models 356A61/63/66 have signal conditioning microelectronics and are protected inside hermetically sealed titanium housings.



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"Low-Pass" Filtering, Triaxial Accelerometers



August 11, 2003, Depew, NY - The Vibration Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc. has introduced a new line of miniature, lightweight ICP® triaxial accelerometers that simultaneously measure vibration in three orthogonal directions. The sensors feature a built-in "Low-Pass" filter, which allows the low frequencies of interest to pass unchanged, while eliminating the undesirable high frequencies and minimizing the potential of sensor overload.

Models 356A61/63/66 have built-in signal conditioning microelectronics to produce low-impedance voltage outputs that can be transmitted over long cable lengths and are protected inside a precision-machined, hermetically sealed titanium housing. All models have a sensitivity rating of 10 mV/g with a 500 g peak measurement range, while Models 356A63 and 356A66 are available with a high temperature option for applications that require up to 325°F (163°C). Typical applications include automotive test cells, engine studies, and environmental test chambers.

For additional information on this accelerometer, contact the Vibration Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc., toll-free, at 888-684-0013; E-mail: vibration@pcb.com; or fax at 716-685-3886. For other PCB products, contact PCB directly at 716-684-0001, or visit our web site at www.pcb.com.

PCB and ICP are registered trademarks of PCB Group Inc.

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