PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Datasheets for Impact Hammers

Impact hammers are used in structural and modal analysis to determine component or system response to impacts of varying amplitude and duration. A hammer with a force transducer in its head is paired with an accelerometer on the component being tested to compare impact and response.
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Product Name Notes
Sensitivity: (±15%) 1 mV/lbf (0.23 mV/N) Measurement Range: ±5000 lbf pk (±22240 N pk) Hammer Mass: 0.7 lb (0.32 kg)
Sensitivity: (±15%) 1 mV/lbf (0.23 mV/N) Measurement Range: ±5000 lbf pk (±22240 N pk) Hammer Mass: 12.1 lb (5.5 kg)
Sensitivity: (±15%) 1 mV/lbf (0.23 mV/N) Measurement Range: ±5000 lbf pk (±22240 N pk) Hammer Mass: 2.4 lb (1.1 kg)
Sensitivity: (±15%) 10 mV/lbf (2.25 mV/N) Measurement Range: ±500 lbf pk (±2224 N pk) Hammer Mass: 0.34 lb (0.16 kg)
Sensitivity: (±15%) 5 mV/lbf (1.1 mV/N) Measurement Range: ±1000 lbf pk (±4448 N pk) Hammer Mass: 0.34 lb (0.16 kg)
Sensitivity: (±15%) 50 mV/lbf (11.2 mV/N) Measurement Range: ±100 lbf pk (±444 N pk) Hammer Mass: 0.23 lb (0.10 kg)
Sensitivity: (±15%) 50 mV/lbf (11.2 mV/N) Measurement Range: ±100 lbf pk (±444 N pk) Hammer Mass: 0.34 lb (0.16 kg)
Sensitivity: (±20%) 100 mV/lbf (22.5 mV/N) Measurement Range: 50 lbf pk (222 N pk) Hammer Mass: 0.17 oz (4.8 gm)