Bestech Australia introduces a low profile yet smart, programmable triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer designed for vibration measurement. It guarantees ultra accuracy with a frequency range of 1 Hz to 2 KHz.
This tri-axial piezoelectric accelerometer is designed for vibration measurement in three orthogonal axes. It consists of a sensing element operating in shear mode, a semiconductor temperature sensor, and the necessary front-end signal conditioning, data acquisition, data processing and Intellibus compliant digital bus.
It is packaged in a small, low-profile metal case with two pig-tail connectors for daisy chaining the Intellibus based network. Its low noise front end signal conditioning and programmable gain allows for measurement of a wide range of vibration & acceleration levels.
Temperature readings from its built in sensor may be used for on or off-board temperature correction. There are two software selectable 3-pole anti-aliasing filters, one with a cut-off frequency at 2 KHz and another at 360 Hz in this triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer.
The 16-bit A/D converter samples data at a programmable rate up to 250 Ksps. A powerful processor performs digital signal processing algorithms such as digital filter, etc. The Transducer Electronic Data Sheet stored in non-volatile memory provides the information needed to set up the highly versatile signal conditioner and data acquisition parameters.
Programmable Full Scale: ± 0.5 g to ± 500 g
Accuracy: ±0.2% Electronic signal conditioner and Data Acquisition, ±1.5% Sensor Calibration Uncertainty at 100 Hz
Noise Floor: 7 mg rms
Freq Response: 1 Hz to 2 KHz
Programmable Digital Filter: 64 Order FIR Type
Filter Corners: 10 Hz to 12 KHz
A/D Converter: 16-bit, Programmable Sample Rate up to 250 Ksps
This triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer is available in Australia and New Zealand from Bestech Australia Pty Ltd.
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