PCB-357A94

PCB-357A94

  • Vibration sensor with differential charge output
  • Continuous use temperature up to 649 ° C
  • With through hole
  • Measuring range 1000 g
  • 3.3 sensitivity pC/g
  • Upper frequency limit 3,000 Hz
  • Integrated hardline cable, length 3 m,
    ending on 7/16-27 2-pin

Specifications
Basic dataEnglish unitsSI units 
Sensitivity (±10 %) 3.3 pC/g 0.34 pC/(m/s²)  
Measuring range ±1.000 gPK ±9.800 m/s²PK  
Upper frequency limit (≤5 %) 3 kHz  
Upper cutoff frequency (±1 dB) 5 kHz  
Resonance frequency ≥15.000 Hz  
Linearity error (based on total measuring range) ?1,0 %  
Transverse acceleration sensitivity ≤5 %  
Conditions of use
Overload limit (shock) ±2.000 gPK ±19.600 m/s²PK  
Temperature range (operation) -67... 1200 °F -55... 649 ° C  
Temperature range (load limit) -67... 1,400 ° F -55... 760 ° C  
Temperature range (connector) -67... 900 ° F -55... 482 ° C  
Maximum exposure (Integrated neutron flux) 10.000.000.000 N / cm²  
Maximum exposure (integrated gamma flux) 100,000,000 wheel  
Technical characteristics
capacity 520 pF [3] [2] [1]
Isolation resistance (at 649 ° C) ? 10 k?  
Isolation resistance (at 21 ° C)    
Output polarity Differential [4]
Electrical insulation Signal from the housing isolated  
Physical properties
Sensor element UHT-12™  
Geometry of the sensor element Shear principle  
Housing material Nickel alloy  
Sealing (sensor housing) Hermetic  
Sealing (connector) Hermetically sealed welded  
Size - height 0.56 in 14.2 mm  
Size - length 0.95 in 24.1 mm  
Size - width 0.56 in 14.2 mm  
Weight (without cable) 1.6 oz 45 grams [1]
Electrical connection Integrated hardline cable  
Cable length 10 ft 3.05 m  
Cable termination 7/16-27 2-pin  
Fixing Through hole  
Notes
[1] Typically    
[2] Plus approx. 100 pF per additional meter cable    
[3] Plus approx. 50 pF per additional meter cable    
[4] Negative signal for positive acceleration    
Included accessories
081A116 Mounting screw, 10-32 UNJF-3A, length 5/8 "", Inconel 718 (1)
ACS-1 Frequency response, traceable to NIST (10 Hz up to the upper 5%-Punkt) (1)

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