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Dytran Miniature Teardrop High Temperature Accelerometers Available from Metromatics

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Dytran Instruments, Inc. is represented in Australia and New Zealand by Metromatics

Dytran Instruments has recently released a new range of miniature high temperature sensors, which are low-profile, charge mode accelerometers designed for use in Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) and mechanical shock testing applications where factors such as small size and temperature range are critical.  

Model 3310A high temperature accelerometers weigh just 1.8 grams and have an upper temperature of +500°F (+260°C), making them unique in both size and operating temperature.  

The 3310A utilises a Lithium Niobate (LINbO3) sensing element, which ensures greater temperature stability over a wider temperature range.  

Designed in a lightweight titanium packaging, model 3310A high temperature accelerometers also feature a miniature teardrop design, base isolation and hermetic sealing for reliable operation in high-humidity environments.  

With a sensitivity of 1.2 pC/g and adhesive mount, the 3310A has a special Dytran designed 3-56 coaxial connector, which mates with a replaceable cable. This coaxial cable has a 10-32 coaxial jacket at the end.  

Model 3310A high temperature accelerometers are also ideal for PC board vibration measurements, product response testing and general purpose high temperature vibration measurements where space is at a premium.  

Key features:

  • Miniature teardrop design
  • High operating temperatures
  • 1.2 pC/g sensitivity
  • Ultra lightweight at 1.8 grams
  • Hermetically sealed
  • Removable cable
  • Adhesive mount
  • Base isolated
  • Charge mode

Potential applications:

  • Environmental Stress Screening (ESS)
  • Mechanical shock testing
  • PC board vibration measurements
  • Product response testing
  • General purpose high temperature vibration measurements

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