Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 39, Issue 1, January 2004: Product News

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Miniature Triaxial Accelerometer is Ideal for Biomechanics Research Applications

 

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. - December 16, 2003 - Endevco’s Model 7269 is a miniature triaxial accelerometer that is ideal for biomechanics research, studies of head injuries, testing of sport helmets, heads-up displays and ejection seats. The device weighs only 0.4 grams, allowing for measurements on light structures with a minimum of mass loading. Its extremely small size facilitates installation in hard to access areas or on small electronic assemblies. Using three micromachined sensors, the rugged Model 7269 offers exceptional output and high resonance frequency. This sensor includes integral mechanical stops and internal diodes for electrostatic discharge protection.

 

The accelerometer has a full scale output of 400 mV using 10 Vdc excitation. Minimum damping produces negligible phase shift over the specified frequency range. The frequency response extends down to DC (steady state) acceleration, making the Model 7269 ideal for measuring long-duration transient shocks.

 

Endevco is the world's leading designer and manufacturer of dynamic instrumentation for vibration, shock and pressure measurement. The company's comprehensive line of piezoelectric, piezoresistive, ISOTRON® and variable capacitance accelerometers are used to solve measurement problems in a wide variety of industries including aerospace, automotive, defense, medical, industrial and marine.

Miniature Triaxial Accelerometer, Model 7269

 

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