The acceleration sensor is based on an advanced piezoresistive MEMS sensor element that provides extraordinary dynamics and stability. With over cataloged products, Kistler offers acceleration sensors across the entire acceleration spectrum. Not only have many new individual sensors and. The Kistler AM10 PiezoSMART® accelerometer simultaneously measures vibration and shock in three, mutually perpendicular axes (x, y and z).
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Kistler expands its acceleration sensor product lines to cover all acceleration applications. With over cataloged products, Kistler offers acceleration sensors across the entire acceleration spectrum.
Not only have many new individual sensors and accessories been introduced kisfler recent months, but a new family of eight ceramic shear sensors, featuring high output ceramic elements is now available. For a general overview of the comprehensive range of Kistler accelerometers, please request their well documented, easy to read kkstler, which provides comprehensive information on all Kistler products for the measurement of acceleration.
Acceleration Sensors Accelerometers From Kistler Instrument Corporation Kistler expands its acceleration sensor product lines to cover all acceleration applications. All units are hermetically sealed and are constructed of titanium.
Kistler Model AM10 PiezoSMART Triaxial Accelerometer
The quartz crystal sensing elements afford excellent long-term stability that ensure repeatable, accurate measurements for many years. All units are hermetically sealed and are constructed of titanium and stainless steel. Quartz sensing crystals ensure the long-term stability not achievable kistoer other sensing materials.
The sensor is constructed in a hermetically sealed, welded, titanium case. It features a rugged all welded, hermetic construction with an electrical ground isolation.
The low impedance voltage output minimizes noise pick-up and eliminates the need for highly insulated low noise cables.
The electrically isolated base prevents potential ground loop problems. Operation in the shear mode reduces sensitivity to thermal transients, base strain and ,istler motion.
Long-term stability and accuracy is achieved by use of a quartz crystal sensing element. The sensor is constructed in an environmentally sealed, welded, titanium case.
Accelerometer Sensors from Kistler
A Teflon integral cable is attached to solder terminals which are potted to permit cable repair. The unit is designed for mounting with an adhesive or mounting wax. Kistler’s K-Shear technology assures insensitivity to base kishler, thermal transients and transverse cross-axis acceleration. Only the M1 version, which is slightly larger and “off-ground”; weights 2.
These sensors are constructed in a welded, hermetically sealed titanium case. The units are designed with a top connector for convenience and reliability.
The basic A and its M1 and M8 versions contain integral threaded mounting stud.
The rectangular body shape of the A allows for easy adhesive mounting on any side particularly in tight locations. With Kistler’s unique K-Shear design, the inaccuracies long associated with industrial acceleration measurements are eliminated. The triaxial design permits simultaneous impact and vibration measurements in three mutually perpendicular axes: X, Y and Z.
This triaxial design allows simultaneous shock and vibration measurements in three mutually perpendicular axes: All types are of stainless steel welded construction, hermetically sealed in a unique flat package design that will provide many years of reliable operation. It is designed in a unique flat package and accelerometet in a welded, environmentally sealed, stainless steel case, providing years of reliable kist,er.
For installation ease, the sensors are housed in a convenient cube shaped package. Process Controls And Instrumentation. Kistler Accelerometers Catalogue This well documented, easy to read catalogue provides comprehensive information on all Kistler products for the measurement of acceleration.