The triaxial accelerometer Type 8794A... measures shock and vibration in three mutually perpendicular axes. Their quartz sensing elements are contained in a unique flat package and housed in a welded, stainless steel case with the integral cable epoxy sealed to the case. Kistler’s K-Shear design provides a wide operating frequency range along with extremely low sensitivity to thermal transients and transverse acceleration. Quartz sensing elements ensure long-term stability and are superior to other sensing materials.
Each of the three sensing elements is internally connected to a Piezotron® microelectronic circuit that converts the charge signal from the quartz piezoelectric elements into a useable high level voltage signal at a low impedance output allowing the use of a low-cost cable. Cable wires are soldered to terminals outside the case and covered by a epoxy molded strain relief cover. This electrical connection provides the advantages of an integral cable but permits replacement of damaged output wires.
|Product Name||Low Profile Triaxial Accelerometer|
|Frequency Range||2.5 to 10000 Hz|
|Operating Temperature||-103 to 329 F (-75 to 165 C)|
|Device Category||Sensor / Transducer|