Accelerometer
160$
A piezoelectric accelerometer is a multi-purpose vibration sensor, which is applicable to almost all mechanical vibration measuring and control areas such as turbines, electric motors, pumps, centrifuges, compressors, critical bearings, and gearings.

Key Features

Range

±80 g

Sensitivity (100Hz, 10g, 24°C)

95 to108 mV/g

Resonance Frequency

20 kHz

Amplitude Response

1 to 7000Hz (±5%); 0.35 to 13000Hz (±3dB)

Supply voltage

9 to 30 V

Temperature Response

-25% at -50°C, +10% at +120°C

Transverse Sensitivity

<5%

Amplitude Non-linearity

≤1%

Weight

Typical Bias Voltage

+10 to +14 V

Output Impedance (24°C)

<100Ω

Weight

≤85 g

Full-scale Output Voltage: Typical

±8 V

Housing Material

Grounding

Signal case isolated, integrally shielded

Supply Current

2 to10 mA

Warm-up Time

2 s

Temperature Range

-50 to +120 °C

Humidity

Hermetic

Sinusoidal Vibration Limit

500 g

Shock Limit

5000 g

Connector

2 pin, MIL-C-5015

Mounting

1/4-28 UNF Screw

Operating performance of piezoelectric accelerometers is generally better than that of any other vibration sensor. It has the following advantages:

  • High resolution
  • Voltage output
  • Outstanding reliability, maintenance-free
  • Space-saving, hermetic, corrosion-resistant, stainless steel case enables to use the sensor indoors and outdoors
  • Integrated preamplifier and sensor’s reliable shielding provide with high signal-to-noise ratio
  • Excellent output thermal stability
  • Standard double-contact aviation plug

Amplitude-frequency characteristic

Photo

Contents of delivery

  • An Accelerometer – 1pc
  • A Connector – 1pc
  • A Certificate of quality and calibration – 1 pc

The Sensor Design

Pinout

A:  Signal / Power(+)

B:  Common (-)