Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 87, Issue 1, January 2008: Product News

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Cryogenic Accelerometer



Chatsworth, CA (December 18, 2007) Dytran Instruments is pleased to introduce a new IEPE accelerometer that is designed specifically for vibration testing under cryogenic conditions. Continuous operation down to -420F makes this unit ideal for ultra low temperature environments. Even at these extremely cold temperatures the signal output remains very stable. Two poles of low pass filtering helps remove spurious high frequency data. Model 3045A is electrically isolated and hermetically sealed. To learn more about this new miniature triaxial accelerometer, please visit the Dytran website at www.dytran.com where you can download the product datasheet.


Established in 1980, Dytran Instruments, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of piezoelectric and DC accelerometers, force and pressure transducers, and associated electronics. Dytran products are used extensively in industrial test and measurement applications. Additionally, Dytran products are widely utilized for on-board measurements in a variety of aerospace, commercial, and military applications. Dytran maintains a world-class manufacturing facility in Chatsworth (Los Angeles) California. This vertically integrated facility includes engineering, administrative, manufacturing, and automated machining capabilities. Dytran products are available worldwide via a network of distributors and representatives.







Ken Supin

Application Engineer

Dytran Instruments, Inc.

21592 Marilla Street

Chatsworth, CA 91311

Tel: 818-700-7818

Fax: 818-700-7880

E-mail: info@dytran.com




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