PCB’s new low-outgassing triaxial accelerometer with transducer electronic data sheet

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PCB Piezotronics (PCB) has released a new low-outgassing ICP triaxial accelerometer, called the Model 356A19. The solution is the company’s latest addition to its portfolio of miniature, triaxial accelerometers and has been developed to enable accurate high-frequency measurements to 13kHz (±5%).

The transducer electronic data sheet (TEDS), which complies with IEEE 1451.4, is located within the sensor and includes data such as the serial number, sensitivity and last calibration date.

Due to its small size and wide frequency range, the 356A19 is well suited for modal and structural analysis, vibration testing in thermal vacuum environments, ESS and HALT/HASS testing of satellites, automotive internal combustion engine and electric vehicle powertrain development, vehicle systems NVH, and vibration testing in confined spaces or on small, lightweight objects.

The 356A19 features a hermetically sealed, 0.4in (10.2mm) cubical housing with a 1.5m integral cable to a four-pin ¼-28 pin connector. A 1.5m mating extension cable to the BNC plug termination is a supplied accessory.

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