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Tiny accelerometer achieves vibration measurements in three axes on very small objects

01 July 2010

Meggitt Sensing Systems has introduced the Endevco model 35A, which is believed to be the smallest availlable ISOTRON (IEPE-type) triaxial accelerometer with integral electronics that is capable of high-precision vibration measurements in three orthogonal axes on very small objects.
 

Offering a low impedance output, shear mode construction and weighing just 1.1g without cable, the adhesive mounted 35A is a complete measurement package that reduces the unwanted effects of mass loading on more delicate test structures.

Sensor output is transmitted through the same wires that supply the device's 4mA constant-current power. The model comes pre-installed with both field repairable and factory replaceable fine gauge wires (34 AWG) as output leads. 


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