Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 58, Issue 8, August 2005: Product News

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Rugged Triaxial Seismic Accelerometer

 

Chatsworth, CA. Dytran Instruments, Inc. offers a rugged triaxial seismic accelerometer at an affordable price. Called the model 3233A, this accelerometer permits the measurement of three orthogonal axes simultaneously with a single unit.  The hermetically sealed 3233A accelerometer features ground isolation and is constructed of rugged welded titanium with thru-hole bolt mounting.  Sensitivity is 1000mV/g with a frequency response of 0.4 to 3000 Hz.  Built-in signal conditioning provides a low impedance voltage output.  The robust package makes this accelerometer suitable for both field and laboratory applications.

 

Applications include floor vibration measurements, structural testing, low frequency low amplitude vibration testing and low frequency modal analysis.

 

Established in 1980, Dytran Instruments, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of piezoelectric accelerometers, force and pressure transducers along with associated electronics.  Dytran products are used extensively in test and measurement and industrial applications.  Additionally, Dytran products are also widely utilized for on-board measurements in aerospace, commercial and military applications.

Dytran maintains a world class manufacturing facility in Chatsworth (near Los Angeles) California.  This vertically integrated facility includes engineering, administrative, manufacturing and automated machining capabilities.  Dytran products are distributed by a worldwide network of distributors and representatives.

 

 

Contact:

 

Bruce B.  Lent,

Dytran Instruments, Inc.

21592 Marilla Street, Chatsworth, CA 91311

Tel:  818.700.7818, fax:  818-700-7880

E-mail: Blent@dytran.com

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