Rugged MEMS-based analog accelerometers introduced by Spectrum Sensors for extended-temperature applications

AKRON, Ohio, 7 July 2011. The Spectrum Sensors & Controls Inc. Precision Inertial Products Operations in Akron, Ohio, is introducing the XL403A analog rugged MEMS accelerometers that measure acceleration as strong as plus-or-minus 15 Gs, and operate in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius. The analog accelerometers are based on micro-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS) technology. The devices are tested before shipment, and come with NIST-traceable calibration certificates.

Jul 7th, 2011
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AKRON, Ohio, 7 July 2011. The Spectrum Sensors & Controls Inc. Precision Inertial Products Operations in Akron, Ohio, is introducing the XL403A analog rugged MEMS accelerometers that measure acceleration as strong as plus-or-minus 15 Gs, and operate in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius. The rugged accelerometers are based on micro-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS) technology.The devices are tested before shipment, and come with NIST-traceable calibration certificates. The accelerometers are available in customer-specified configurations in single, dual, and triaxial versions. The devices measure acceleration from plus-or-minus 1 G to plus-or-minus 15 G, with bandwidths as fast as 800 Hz.

Spectrum expedites final testing and calibration, so data collection in less than a week company officials say. A standard termination option is a four-foot cable with DB9M connector. Other custom options are available. For more information contact Spectrum Sensors & Controls Precision Inertial Products online at www.summitinstruments.com.

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