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convert acceleration into electrical signals, usually denoted as a

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    EMIC Corporation

    EMIC offers many kinds of accelerometers available for various vibration measurements. They are a ultra small light weight accelerometer for highly precise measurement, a special tri-axial accelerometer for simultaneously measuring a vibration in three orthogonal axes, a large output accelerometer for measuring an earthquake and a suitable accelerometer for measuring and analyzing a building structure.

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    PCE Instruments

    These accelerometers are for use in inspection, manufacturing, production, and in laboratories. They also take a key role in preventive maintenance. Accelerometers are used to measure vibrations and oscillations in machines and installations, as well as in the development of productsAccelerometers for inspection, manufacturing and production, and laboratories.. Accelerometers can provide you with the following parameters for investigation: vibration acceleration, vibration velocity and vibration displacement. In this way the vibration is recorded with great precision. They are portable devices and their readings can be stored and retrieved for later use.

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    Columbia Research Laboratories

    The force balance accelerometer has a classical critically-damped, second-order frequency response. There is no peaking in the response but simply a smooth roll-off above the natural frequency. This property along with the excellent characteristics of the "HP" torquer design makes Columbia accelerometers the best choice for demanding applications where precise DC and near-DC measurements are needed in demanding shock and wide band vibration environments. Columbia force balance accelerometers are available to cover virtually all applications. Low noise, high output units can be used for seismic structure motion studies while miniature, high range versions are optimum for measuring more violent high G environments encountered in many industrial, aircraft and missile applications.

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    ROGA-Instruments provides a broad range of accelerometers for Generalapplications, Seismic measurements, High acceleration and shock, Light testobjects, Triaxial measurements and Industrial applications.

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    Fuji Ceramics Corporation

    The measurement of acceleration, velocity and displacement can be used to measure vibration. Of these methods, piezoelectric accelerometers are the most widely used sensors in the fields ofvibration and shock instrumentation.

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    Honeywell Sensing & Control

    Honeywell Sensotec Accelerometers are manufactured as standard, modified standard, and custom to provide the fastest possible delivery. Many units can be shipped from our extensive accelerometer stocking program within 24 hours. We offer a wide range of frequencies from DC to 6000 Hz and full ranges of 5 G to 2000 G. These units will survive overloads up to 500% (varies with model) and are also designed to cope with operating temperature between 100 and 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

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    Analog Devices Inc.

    Analog Devices accelerometers and iSensor® MEMS accelerometer subsystems provide accurate detection while measuring acceleration, tilt, shock, and vibration in performance driven application. Our portfolio leads the industry in power, noise, bandwidth, and temperature specifications, and offers a range of MEMS sensor and signal conditioning integration on chip. Our MEMS-based Circuits from the Lab® reference designs have been built and tested by ADI experts to help you jumpstart your next system design.

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    DC4-20mA - IMV Corporation

    Small size, light weightAlarm controller is not necessaryVaried lineup according to field environment●IP68(Perfect waterproof, the depth of water 100m, 10 bar)●Direct pull out Max. 1 km●Waterproof connector

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    McLAREN Applied Technologies

    The unit is based on micro machined MEMS technology. The unit contains a 35g sensing element. The element is scaled to optimise the resolution to suit the g range of interest. An internal amplifier provides an output between 0 and 5 volts. The on board microcontroller and temperature sensor are used for offset drift compensation. This unit can be re-calibrated at the factory.

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    An instrument for measuring acceleration, typically that of an automobile, ship, aircraft, or spacecraft, or that involved in the vibration of a machine, building, or other structure.

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    Dytran Instruments, Inc.

    10 mV/g, 500g range, 3-pin military Bayonet-style axial connector, 1/4-28 stud mount, 37 grams, high frequency, airborne

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    353B15 - PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    Sensitivity: (10 %);10 mV/g 1.02 mV/(m/s) Measurement Range:500 g pk 4905 m/s pk Frequency Range:(5 %)1 to 10000 Hz1 to 10000 Hz Frequency Range:(10 %)0.7 to 18000 Hz 0.7 to 18000 Hz Frequency Range: (3 dB)0.35 to 30000 Hz0.35 to 30000 Hz Resonant Frequency:70 kHz,70 kHz Broadband Resolution (1)0.005 g rms0.05 m/s rmsNon-Linearity:1 %1 % Transverse Sensitivity:5 %5 %

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    356A15 - PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    Sensitivity (10 %)100 mV/g10.2 mV/(m/s) Measurement Range:50 g pk490 m/s pk Frequency Range (5 %)2 to 5000 Hz2 to 5000 Hz Frequency Range (10 %)1.4 to 6500 Hz1.4 to 6500 Hz Resonant Frequency:25 kHz25 kHz Broadband Resolution (1)0.0002 grms0.002 m/s rms Non-Linearity:1 %1 %Transverse Sensitivity:5 % 5 %

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    356A02 - PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    Sensitivity (10 %)10 mV/g1.02 mV/(m/s) Measurement Range:500 g pk4900 m/s pk Frequency Range: (5 %)1 to 5000 Hz1 to 5000 Hz Frequency Range: (10 %)0.5 to 6000 Hz0.5 to 6000 Hz Resonant Frequency:25 kHz 25 kHz Broadband Resolution (1)0.0005 grms 0.005 m/s rms Non-Linearity: (400 g, 3920 m/s)1 % 1 % Non-Linearity (500 g, 4900 m/s)2 % 2 % Transverse Sensitivity:5 % 5 %

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    352C33 - PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    Sensitivity (10 %) 100 mV/g10.2 mV/(m/s) Measurement Range:50 g pk 490 m/s pk Frequency Range (5 %)0.5 to 10000 Hz0.5 to 10000 Hz Frequency Range (10 %)0.3 to 15000 Hz0.3 to 15000 Hz Resonant Frequency:50 kHz50 kHz Broadband Resolution(1)0.00015 grms0.0015 m/s rmsNon-Linearity:1 %1 % Transverse Sensitivity:5 %5 %