Dytran Instruments (Chatsworth, CA) has released the 3363AT series miniature triaxial accelerometers for modal analysis testing and environmental stress screening. The IEPE-type piezoelectric sensors have a laser-welded titanium design that includes ceramic sensing elements coupled to ultra-low-noise JFET electronics. The accelerometers feature frequency response down to 0.3 Hz, and are available in sensitivities of 10mV/g, 50mV/g, and 100mV/g. They have a 10-32 stud mount, 4-pin radial connector, and are hermetically sealed for normal operation in high-humidity and dirty environments.
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