Dytran Instruments, Inc. Datasheets for Calibration Instruments

Calibration instruments use electrical signals or physical quantities to calibrate sensors and meters. Devices that produce electrical signals can serve as precise meters for sensor calibration, or send output signals to other devices.
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The Dytran model 3010M14 is a primary transfer standard accelerometer, and is designed to transfer standard vibration calibration data from standards organization such as NIST, to back-to-back calibration accelerometers such...
The Dytran model 3038A is a back-to back calibration accelerometer designed to mount on a miniature dynamic shaker and is used to calibrate other (TEST) accelerometers which are attached to...
The Dytran model 3120B is a double ended IEPE reference (comparison) accelerometer, offering a convenient means of determining the sensitivity and frequency response characteristics of unknown acceleration, velocity and displacement...
The Dytran model 3120BK is a back-to-back accelerometer calibration system for low frequency, low g level measurements. The system features model 3120B double ended IEPE reference (comparison) accelerometer, offering a...
The Dytran model 3123AK is a back to back accelerometer calibration system. . With a system sensitivity at 100mV/g, the Dytran system 3123AK incorporates a back to back accelerometer, power...
The Dytran series 3027 is a double ended IEPE reference (comparison) accelerometer, offering a convenient means of determining the sensitivity and frequency response characteristics of unknown acceleration, velocity, and displacement...