Measurement Specialties’ new Model 4610 accelerometer with on-board signal conditioning is designed for low level accelerations for instrumentation test, aerospace and automotive applications.
Our accelerometer Offers integral temperature compensation with a hermetically sealed sensor assembly, the accelerometer is available in ranges from 2 to 500g. Integral, mechanical overload stops provide shock protection to 10,000g.
The Model 4610 accelerometer utilizes Measurement Specialties’ 2nd generation MEMS technology that ensures exceptional long term stability and wide dynamic range. The accelerometers rugged, screw-mounted anodized aluminium packaging was specifically designed for severe vibration environments where accurate, reliable measurements of shock and vibration motion are required.
The accelerometer operates from a 10-24 Vdc power supply (32 Vdc option available) with minimal power consumption and provides an optional 2.5 V reference voltage.
The Model 4610 accelerometer has an operating temperature range of -40°C to 115°C and offers a standard thermal zero and sensitivity shift of ±0.019 %FSO/°C maximum from -20°C to 85°C (other options available upon request).
The accelerometer is available with either the standard integral cable or connector options, measurement professionals will find the Model 4610 the ideal accelerometer for static and dynamic applications.
The underlying MEMS technology and the innovative design for this accelerometer sensor stems from Measurement Specialties’ research and vibration design facilities in Fremont and Aliso Viejo California.
Measurement Specialties, Inc. (USA) designs and manufactures sensors and sensor-based systems. The Company produces a wide variety of sensors and transducers to measure precise ranges of physical characteristics such as
- and photo optics.
Measurement Specialties uses multiple advanced technologies – including
- application specific integrated circuits (ASICs)
- micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS)
- piezoelectric polymers and strain gauges – to engineer sensors that operate precisely and cost effectively.
For more information on accelerometers, and help with selecting the right sensor for your needs please contact Applied Measurement.