IEPE acceleration sensor CA-YD-170
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IEPE acceleration sensor
IEPE acceleration sensor
IEPE acceleration sensor
IEPE acceleration sensor
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industrial, voltage output

Max.: 5,000 Hz

Min.: 1 Hz


Production description: IEPE is the acronym of integrated piezoelectric.It refers to the internal integerated circuit of accelerometer. Our IEPE piezoelectric sensor has the charge amplifier inside itself,one general IEPE sensor need to use DC source to supply power. Piezoelectric Accelerometer Model: CA-YD-170 FEATURES l Built-in IEPE, isolated, low impedance voltage output 2 Matched with three core cable, simultaneously output temperature, acceleration values ​​(temperature transistor) 3 Industrial inspection SPECIFICATIONS: Acceleration Acceleration Sensitivity ( 20±5°C)~10±5% mV/ms-2 Measurement Range 50g Transverse sensitivity ≤5 % Frequency Range(0.5dB) 1 ~ 5,000 Hz Mounted Resonance Frequency 18,000 Hz Temperature response Refer to Temperature curve Polarity Positive Temperature Sensor Temperature Sensitivity 10mV/℃(-40~120℃) Electrical Specifications Operating voltage (current source) +18~+28 VDC Operating Current +2~+10 mA Noise (1- 20kHz) <4 mg Output Impedance <100 Ω DC Offset Voltage 11±1VDC Resistance of signal, ground and shell ≥108Ω Other parameters Operating Temp. Range -40~+120 ℃ Shock Limit 3000 g Magnetic Sensitivity 1g/T Thermal Transient Sensitivity 8mg/℃(0.3Hz) Base Strain Sensitivity 0.2 mg/με Weight 65 g Case Material Stainless steel Mounting Method 1/4-28 Screw Sensing Element PZT-5 Structural Design shear Output Type Top 5/8-24 Three-pin socket Accessories: Certificate Calibration parameters, frequency response curve M6 Screw One 5015 Three-pin plug / another end empty, RVVP cable(3m) one

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