Two new Triaxial Accelerometers from Dytran

High Sensitivity, 160°C IEPE Triaxial Accelerometers

Dytran have recently introduced a 100mV/g, isolated triaxial accelerometer, able to withstand temperatures up to 160°C for continuous use. The model 3543A case isolated sensor can be placed in the hotter sections under the car bonnet, and are ideal for the general measurement of vibration in all types of hot test conditions. Additionally, this sensor eliminates the need for a charge mode sensor which results in a more straightforward setup because of IEPE power and standard cables.

The 3543A features a 10-32 stud mount, a 1/4-28 4-pin industry standard connector and is offered in an acceleration range of 50g’s.  Other applications include modal and structural analysis, NVH, squeak and rattle, and general purpose high temperature triaxial vibration measurements.

 

Ultra-Miniature Triaxial Accelerometer

Dytran have recently introduced a new series 3133D, ultra-miniature hermetically sealed IEPE triaxial accelerometers This new range of sensors are 6 x 6 x 5.8mm high, which allows it to be mounted in spaces that are inaccessible to other types of triaxial accelerometers.  It features a hermetically sealed titanium case suitable for adhesive mounting, and weighs only 0.8 grams. It is offered with a sensitivity that ranges from 0.25mV/g to 10mV/g, and an integral 3 ft. long cable with a 4-pin connector, which is designed to mate with several models of extension cables for connection to IEPE power sources. Unique features of the 3133D series include its low frequency response and low base strain sensitivity.  The series 3133D is ideal for shock and vibration testing of small, lightweight specimens such as printed circuit boards, board-mounted components, and other miniature products. It is capable of operating in a variety of application environments including Environmental Stress Screening (ESS), HALT/HASS, modal and structural analysis, product response testing and general purpose triaxial vibration testing.

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