High Sensitivity Accelerometers are intended for the measurement of lowest vibrations. Typical fields of application include the monitoring of buildings, dams, bridges, oil platforms and pipelines. These sensors are often called seismic accelerometers because they are used to monitor construction activity, volcanoes and earthquakes. Their high sensitivity is achieved, unlike other high sensitivity accelerometers, by the sensing element itself and not by internal amplification, resulting highest resolution and lowest noise.
|High Sensitivity Accelerometers
||1 µg (0.5..300Hz)
|Linear frequency range (±3 dB)
||0.08 .. 260 Hz
||0.1 .. 4000 Hz
||UNF 10-32, radial
||Binder 713 (M12), axial