1-axis accelerometer A/107/F

1-axis accelerometer
1-axis accelerometer
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Other characteristics
rugged, hermetic, electric, industrial
Acceleration range

9,807 m/s² (32,175 ft/s²)


18 kHz


Features • Rugged Design with Integral Hardline Cable. Options • Temperature calibration to 260°C (F) • Temperature calibration to 400°C (F/HT) • Proof pressure testing to 80bar • A/107F (100pC/g) • A/107F/HT (10pC/g) High Temperature version up to 400°C • Voltage O/P version: A/1107/VF (100mV/g) Industrial grade vibration transducers with the high temperature 10pC/g version rating up to 400ºC. Signal output is floating, via 2 pole hermetic connector, thus minimizing common mode interference. Ingress of contaminants into the transducer and/or connector will degrade data. Transducers and cables can be supplied proof pressure tested to 80bar, individually and as assemblies. Pressure tested assemblies may be disconnected for ease of installation, subsequently replacing the sealing ring between the connector shells. The HT is proof to 400ºC Exposure and is therefore suitable for gas turbine bearing vibration monitoring, with the proviso that a low pass inline filter may be needed to minimize blade passing frequency modulation, which gives rise to spurious phantom low frequency signal generation. High temperature operation of the HT may be subject to degradation due to increased pyro-electric charge generation, together with significant fall in insulation resistance. Instrumentation bandwidth should be constrained to the minimum needed for measurement integrity. A/107’s comprise isolated welded hermetic case. Internal electrical connections are welded. Pressure and thermal cycle tests are recommended for hostile environment applications
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