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New Miniature Teardrop ICP® Accelerometer - Ideal for Small Component Vibration and Package Testing
A new miniature teardrop ICP® accelerometer is released by PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Model 352A74 has a sensitivity of 100 mV/g and a measurement range of ±50 g peak. The sensor is hermetically sealed in a low profile titanium housing and is adhesively mounted.
With a flexible one-foot, twisted pair integral cable, it easily mounts in tight spaces. The cable is spliced into a heavier gauge coaxial cable for a length of 10 feet, terminating in a 10-32 connector.
With built-in microelectronic signal conditioning circuitry, Model 352A74 provides a low-noise, low impedance output signal while permitting long distance signal transmission and simplicity of operation. The durable design operates in -65 to +250 °F temperatures and survives accidental shock inputs to ±5,000 g.
Model 352A74 is available for immediate shipment. For additional information, visit pcb.com/accelerometers/352A74 or contact Mike Lindstrom, PCB® Product Manager, at (800) 828-8840, x-2108 or email@example.com.
About PCB Piezotronics
PCB Piezotronics is a leading supplier of microphones, vibration, pressure, force, torque, load and strain sensors, as well as the pioneer of ICP® technology. This instrumentation is used for test, measurement, monitoring and control requirements in automotive, aerospace, industrial, R&D, military, educational, commercial, OEM applications and more. Our Platinum Products programme ensures fast delivery of over 10,000 sensors. With a customer support team of more than 30 Customer Service Representatives and Application Engineers, PCB® proudly stands behind their products with the services you value most, including 24-hour technical support, a global distribution network and the industry's only commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction. Visit us at www.pcbpiezoelectronics.co.uk
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