1-axis accelerometer A/22
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1-axis accelerometer
1-axis accelerometer
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Characteristics

Number of axes
1-axis
Technology
piezoelectric
Other characteristics
industrial, for general purposes, for automotive applications, for machine condition monitoring
Frequency

20 kHz

Description

Features • 17.2 x 16 x 8.1mm • -50˚C • 250˚C • 10-32UNF microdot • Konic Shear Piezo-Ceramic • 3.5mm through hole allowing 360° orientation and low height. Insulated mounting kit SI/22 included. Provides electrical isolation, hence minimising common mode interference Applications •Modal Analysis of lightweight structures •Automotive •Aerospace •Machine Monitoring •Condition Monitoring •Impact Testing •Industrial •Vibration Shaker Testing •Structural Testing The Konic shear sensing element of the A/22 incorporates a mechanically isolated central sleeve that comprises part of the transducer casing, thus providing an annular through hole for attachment. The feature allows 360º connector orientations and minimizes height, thus facilitating installation. In addition all welded construction and total absence of epoxies maximizes reliability and temperature range. The A/22 provides an output comparable that of the A/20, with the advantage of 50% reduced height and total freedom of cable orientation. Calibration All DJB Accelerometers are calibrated on site prior to despatch, and are accompanied by a calibration chart with temperature and frequency responses listed. Periodic calibration can be carried out with our VC-01 Handheld Calibrator whilst we also offer a full calibration service including cross axis checks to aid accuracy of data. We are able to provide this service for all makes of accelerometer with a full report given for each device. Please contact us with an enquiry
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