PCB Piezotronics - PRODUCT NEWS
PCB® introduces Miniature Accelerometer weighing 0.20 Grams
for Vibration Screening of Circuit Boards, Disk Drive Mechanisms,
PDAs & Mobile Phones
PCB Piezotronics (PCB®) has introduced Model 357A19, a very miniature charge output accelerometer, designed for performing shock and vibration studies in space-restricted locations and on small, lightweight structures. The unit occupies a 0.11 x 0.16 x 0.27 inch (2.8 x 4.1 x 6.9 mm) envelope, and weighs a mere 0.007 ounces (0.20 grams), for minimal mass loading of a test article. The unit connects to laboratory-style charge amplifiers or in-line charge converters, which condition an output signal for recording or analysis.
Model 357A19 features an operating temperature range of -100 to +350 °F (-73 to +177 °C) and is ideally suited for thermal cycling and vibration stress screening of circuit boards, disk drive mechanisms, mobile phones, PDAs, and other electronic devices. Other applications include NVH studies on automotive parts and modal analysis of small structures and satellite components.
The sensor is structured with a shear mode, piezoceramic sensing element and produces a 0.35 pC/g output signal, with frequency response of up to 20 kHz and resonant frequency of greater than 70 kHz. Additional features include a 10,000 g shock limit, robust titanium housing, 3-56 coaxial electrical connector, and a standard 10 ft. (3 m) low-noise cable.
PCB and ICP are registered trademarks of PCB Group, Inc.
PCB Piezotronics is a global leader in the design and manufacture of sensors for the measurement of force, torque, load, strain, pressure, acoustics, shock, vibration and acceleration.
The company also specialises in industrial vibration monitoring instrumentation for continuous vibration monitoring, predictive maintenance and 24/7 machinery protection.
PCB® operates under a policy of Total Customer Satisfaction. This policy is not only supported by value for money products, but also by lifetime warranty plus
For more information, please contact :-October 2007
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