Endevco unveils high-temperature triaxial accelerometer

Designers at Endevco Corp. in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., are introducing their model 2230D high-temperature triaxial accelerometer to test for vibration on aircraft and automotive components. The device operates in temperatures as hot as 260 degrees Celsius, and enables test personnel to adhesively mount the accelerometer for vibration and shock measuremetns in extreme-temperature aerospace, industrial, and automotive applications. The 2230D has three charge-mode piezoelectric accelerometers i

Feb 1st, 2000

Designers at Endevco Corp. in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., are introducing their model 2230D high-temperature triaxial accelerometer to test for vibration on aircraft and automotive components. The device operates in temperatures as hot as 260 degrees Celsius, and enables test personnel to adhesively mount the accelerometer for vibration and shock measuremetns in extreme-temperature aerospace, industrial, and automotive applications. The 2230D has three charge-mode piezoelectric accelerometers in one stainless steel housing. It comes with three 10-foot high-temperature cables that exit the case from the same side. For more information, contact Endevco by phone at 949-493-8181, by fax at 949-661-7231, by post at 30700 Rancho Viejo Road, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 92675, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.endevco.com/. — J.K.

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