Subminiature Accelerometers from Endevco

Subminiature Accelerometers from Endevco
Endevco Corp.
Model 71 Series subminiature SMT piezoresistive accelerometers from Endevco Corp., San Juan Capistrano, CA, are rugged, undamped, and offer sensitivities from 3–30 µV/g for shock measurements from 6000–60,000 g. The internal sensing system is micromachined from a single piece of silicon and includes the inertial mass and strain gauges arranged in an active 4-arm Wheatstone bridge circuit complete with an onchip zero balance network. Features include small size, low mass, resonant frequencies from 180–700 kHz, low output impedance, and high over-range. Applications include munitions fusing, kinetic impact testing, and high-shock component testing.

Contact Info

Company: Endevco Corp.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 888-363-3826/949-493-8181
Fax: 949-661-7231

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