Analog accelerometers

5 companies | 9 products

Jewell Instruments AMA Series Accelerometers are an excellent...


Model ACP-T1-H0010 is a light-weight small size accelerometer with ranges of 1, 5, 18, 100,...


Murata is noted for their low-g acceleration sensors used in automotive applications. The company's extensive range contain high performance digital and analog accelerometers and these can be used in critical automotive and industrial...


The Model 1521 is a low-cost, integrated accelerome
ter for use in tactical navigation and zero to medi
um frequency
instrumentation applications that require extremely
low noise.
The 1521 was designed...

The model 2270 accelerometer module is a higher performance and wider temperature range version of
the model 2260. It combines an integrated SDI low noise accelerometer with high drive, low impedance

Silicon Designs model 2266 is a high-precision accelerometer with simple 4-wire snap-in removable connector, allowing users added ability to exchange, move, reposition, and replace accelerometers within a test setup for greater flexibility, convenience and cost savings. Units are available for June 2012 delivery.

The model 2266 is expressly tailored for zero-to-medium frequency applications...

The distinguishing feature of this series is its extremely durable design, which incorporates Silicon Designs own proprietary MEMS chip development and fabrication, for an industry best in class MEMS variable capacitance accelerometer with up to 2,000 hours of measurement stability, in temperatures as high as +175°C, with 6,000 g shock survivability and zero signal degradation.


The Model 1210 is a low-cost, integrated accelerometer for use in zero to medium frequency instrumentation
applications. Each miniature, hermetically sealed package combines a micro-machined capacitive sense element and
a custom integrated circuit that includes a sense amplifier and differential output stage....


ST’s line of MEMS accelerometers have impressive power-saving features and come with digital and analog sensors with a supply voltage of 1.71V to 3.6V. The embedded features and small size of...

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