Dytran Instruments (Chatsworth, CA) has introduced the Model 3225M39 ultraminiature teardrop IEPE accelerometer with a sensitivity of 10 mV/g, designed to adhesively mount in spaces typically inaccessible to other types of accelerometers. The sensor has an overall height of 0.23" (5.8 mm), and weighs 0.95 grams. Featuring a quartz shear sensing element in a titanium housing, the accelerometer utilizes an integral three-foot coaxial cable assembly terminating to a 10-32 jack. It incorporates low-noise electronics, and has a frequency response of 1.2 to 10,000 Hz, making it suitable for modal analysis and Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) applications.
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