Accelerometers suit automotive applications
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2260 analogue accelerometers
The 2260 range is designed as a cost-effective replacements to piezorestive accelerometers, but with higher accuracy levels.
Inertial Aerosystems has released a new range of high-performance, rugged, analogue accelerometers.
The 2260 range is designed as a cost-effective replacements to piezorestive accelerometers, but with higher accuracy levels, non-ratiometric outputs and insensitivity to temperature variation.
The three models offer the most common supply voltages and scale factors used in the automotive and industrial markets.
These innovative products incorporate a capacitive sensing element and an advanced ASIC which simulates the operation of a piezorestive bridge and can accommodate shunt calibration.
Features include performance which is insensitive to variations in excitation voltage, temperature and cable resistance.
The three models in the range have a temperature of -40 to + 85C, and full-scale acceleration from + or - 5g to + or - 200g.
Ideal where space and weight are at a premium, the accelerometer sensitivity is accurate to 2% (typical) and they are serialised for traceability.
Applications include crash testing, vibration monitoring and analysis, machine control and instrumentation, model analysis, robotics and flight testing.
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