Available now from Bestech Australia , the Endevco 2223D Triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer is designed specifically to measure vibration in three orthogonal axes on small structures and objects.
Weighing just 41g, these piezoelectric accelerometers place minimal mass loading on the subject, and each of the accelerometer’s three sensors is isolated from the other sensors and the mounting surface by a hard anodised isolator.
Being piezoelectric, the 2223D Triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer is an active, or self generating, device and therefore requires no external power source.
The output sensitivity of the 2223D Triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer is highly stable over time, and the accelerometer maintains a high grade of precision. A set of low noise coaxial cables is included with each accelerometer to ensure error free performance.
Endevco signal conditioner models, including the 133, 2775A, or the Oasis 2000 computer controlled system, are recommended for use with the 2223D high impedance Triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer.
Applications for the Endevco 2223D Triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer include package testing, biomechanic and aerodynamic research, materials tests, and a number of other general tests and research where the monitoring and measurement of acceleration and vibration in three concurrent axes is required.
The 2223D Triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer has a charge sensitivity of12 pC/g (typical) with a minimum of 9.5 pC/g. The resonant frequency is 14 kHz for its X and Y axes, and 28 kHz for its Z axis. Dimensions excluding electrical signal connectors are (L X W x Height) 25.4 x 25.4 x 15.62mm.
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