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  • Can be used universally

    The acceleration sensors presented here are versatile and cover a variety of applications. Due to the shear design, these sensors are characterized by good long-term stability. The integrated ICP® amplifier guarantees a clean transmission of the measurement signal, even with long test leads.

  • Miniature acceleration sensors

    Accelerometers with ceramic sensor elements are characterized by excellent resolution and high charge efficiency. These properties make it possible to realize even small sensor designs. Miniature acceleration transducers (mass from 0.16 grams) are used for measurements on small and light structures in which the vibration behavior may not be falsified by additionally applied large transducer masses. With miniature sensors frequencies of up to 15 kHz can be measured.

  • With through hole

    The usual acceleration sensors with lateral connection have the disadvantage that the orientation of the connection in direct screw mounting is not arbitrary. The help is provided by the sensors with through-hole presented here, in which the user can freely select the alignment.

  • Modal analysis

    These low-cost shear accelerometers with sensitivities of 100, 500 and 1,000 mV / g are ideally suited for multi-channel measurements in structural investigations. For this reason, the common models are optionally available with TEDS memory chip.
    The cube shape, the overload protection of 5,000 g and the mounting accessories facilitate handling.

  • ICP® high-temperature accelerometer sensors

    The accelerometers listed here are designed for use at temperatures between -73 and 163 ° C. These conditions prevail e.g. in climatic chambers in cyclically changing ambient conditions and in tests at high or low temperatures. The internal ICP® amplifier allows the connection of these sensors to the usual measuring systems and analyzers.

  • Built-in low-pass filter

    Conventional piezoelectric sensors with integrated ICP® preamplifier can be driven into the overdrive by excitation in the range of the resonance frequency. This can lead to signal misfires, for example, when taking measurements on motors or in structural investigations. The sensors presented here have a low-pass filter upstream of the amplifier to prevent overmodulation.

  • Seismic sensors

    Seismic acceleration sensors are used where low-frequency vibrations with very low amplitudes have to be detected. Typical applications include the detection of building, tower or bridge vibrations or the detection of seismic signals caused by earthquakes or blasts. The typical frequency band of the seismic sensors is between 0.02 and 2,000 Hz. The high sensitivities are between 1,000 and 10,000 mV / g.

  • Low outgassing

    Vibration measurements in a vacuum are fundamentally unproblematic - assuming correct sensor selection! Crucial for the applicability of a sensor under vacuum conditions are two criteria: hermetic tightness of the sensor housing and the absence of strong outgassing components on sensor and cable.

  • OEM acceleration sensors

    Largely automatically manufactured and therefore particularly inexpensive piezoelectric vibration pickups are offered within the 660 series. To cover a wide range of applications, models with ICP® amplifiers and charge outputs are available as well as different measuring ranges, housing and cable variants.

  • Charge output

    Charge output accelerometers are mainly used at high ambient temperatures (up to 254 ° C). Special high temperature models are capable of measuring continuous temperature up to 649 ° C. Various models with sensitivities between 3.5 and 100 pC / g are offered.

  • Operating temperatures up to 482 ° C

    Charge output accelerometers are mainly used at high ambient temperatures (up to 254 ° C). Special high temperature models are capable of measuring continuous temperature up to 649 ° C. Various models with sensitivities between 3.5 and 100 pC / g are offered.

  • Operating temperatures up to 649 ° C

    Charge output accelerometers are mainly used at high ambient temperatures (up to 254 ° C). Special high temperature models are capable of measuring continuous temperature up to 649 ° C. Various models with sensitivities between 3.5 and 100 pC / g are offered.

  • Cryogenic sensors

    Some measurement tasks, for example in the field of vacuum or rocket technology, require acceleration sensors that deliver reliable measurement results even at temperatures below -150 ° C. For this reason, Piezotronics has developed the series 351 acceleration sensors for cryogenic applications, which can be used at temperatures down to -196 ° C.

  • Capacitive accelerometer sensors

    Capacitive-based acceleration sensors measure linear accelerations and low-frequency dynamic accelerations. The measurement of low or low frequency accelerations is z. As required for driving and comfort studies on cars, trucks or rail vehicles and measurements on elevators, roller coasters, bridges and structures. Transducers with measuring ranges between 2 g and 200 g are available.

  • ICP® shock acceleration sensors

    These accelerometers are especially suitable for measuring shocks of up to 100,000 g or for detecting pulse-shaped accelerations of less than 10 μs. Special mechanical or electrical filters avoid the excitation and overdriving by high-frequency signal components. All models already include an ICP® amplifier.



  • Calibration equipment

    Hand calibrators allow on-site rapid function testing of the accelerometer and the subsequent measuring chain. The reference signal is a sine wave excitation at a frequency of 159 Hz at 1 g, optionally RMS or peak. For typical accelerometers the PCB-394C06 model is the right choice, for seismic or industrial transducers weighing up to 250 grams, the PCB-699A02 is available.
    A complete on-site calibration of accelerometers is provided by the portable, battery-powered TMS-9110D calibration system. It checks the frequency response of the sensors in the range of 7 Hz to 10 kHz and generates traceable calibration certificates. The TMS-9100D model is available as a low-priced alternative with reduced functionality.

  • Piezoresistive high shock sensors

    The 350x MEMS shock sensors represent the latest technology in the development of accelerometers. Their main features are the small size and the high output signal. These sensors can be used both for static measurements and for the detection of extremely short-term, steep-edge shock signals up to 60,000 g. The sensors are offered ready to use for screw mounting or for OEM applications as a chip.

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  • ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 1000 g, Sensitivity 5 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 2 grams, 5-44 female connector on the side ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 1000 g, Sensitivity 5 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 2 grams, 5-44 female connector on the side

  • ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 1000 g, Sensitivity 5 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 1.7 grams, 10-32 female connector above ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 1000 g, Sensitivity 5 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 1.7 grams, 10-32 female connector above

  • ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 1.5 grams, 5-44 female connector above ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 1.5 grams, 5-44 female connector above

  • ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 1.7 grams, Integrated cable, length 3 m, ending on 10-32 plug ICP® high-temperature vibration sensor, Continuous use temperature up to 163 ° C, Measuring range 500 g Sensitivity 10 mV / g, Frequency range 2 … 10,000 Hz, Mass 1.7 grams, Integrated cable, length 3 m, ending on 10-32 plug

  • ICP® shock acceleration sensor, With electric and mechanical filter, Measuring range 10,000 g, Sensitivity 0.5 mV / g, Frequency range 0.4 … 10,000 Hz, 10-32 female connector above, No longer available (replacement: PCB-(M)350C03) ICP® shock acceleration sensor, With electric and mechanical filter, Measuring range 10,000 g, Sensitivity 0.5 mV / g, Frequency range 0.4 … 10,000 Hz, 10-32 female connector above, No longer available (replacement: PCB-(M)350C03)

  • ICP® shock acceleration sensor, With electric and mechanical filter, Measuring range 5,000 g, Sensitivity 1 mV / g, Frequency range 0.4 … 10,000 Hz, 10-32 female connector above, No longer available (replacement: PCB-(M)350C04) ICP® shock acceleration sensor, With electric and mechanical filter, Measuring range 5,000 g, Sensitivity 1 mV / g, Frequency range 0.4 … 10,000 Hz, 10-32 female connector above, No longer available (replacement: PCB-(M)350C04)

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