New model added to blast and
acoustic pressure transducer range
The new 165 series of high performance piezoelectric
pressure transducers has been added to the already
extensive range of blast and acoustic sensors from
The 165 has been specifically designed to retrofit popular existing
mounting ports for ballistic pressure measurements but with the wide
choice of other models, applications in the study of acoustics, hydraulics,
compressors, engine test, cavitation, blast, explosion, turbulence and
shock waves can also be covered.
With a welded, hermetically sealed, stainless steel construction, the
dynamic pressure sensors offer extremely fast rise times up to 500 kHz
due their inherent stiffness and are suited for measuring small fluctuations
in the presence of high static pressures.
A variety of sizes, pressure ranges from 0.007 kPa to 69,000 kPa and
mounting configurations are available with probe, adaptor and clamp
nut alternatives. Many of the models can be supplied with or without
integral hybrid electronic circuitry offering a choice of output interfaces
and can also come with optional acceleration compensation.