Miniature triaxial accelerometer for submersible applications
Dytran Instruments has released a miniature triaxial accelerometer designed for submersible applications.
Chatsworth, CA— Dytran Instruments has released a miniature triaxial accelerometer designed for submersible applications. Model 3243A is a 10 mV/g accelerometer featuring a two-meter moisture sealed integral cable, which allows for the sensor to be used in damp and moist conditions.
With a weight of 2.5 grams and a vertical height of 0.28 inches, this sensor is useful for situations where vertical space is limited. It has an adhesive mount and contains three miniature quartz shear mode accelerometer elements. These are mounted to a single support and welded into a titanium housing.
Established in 1980, Dytran Instruments , Inc. is a leading manufacturer of piezoelectric and DC accelerometers, force and pressure transducers, and associated electronics. To learn more about model 3243A, please contact us at email@example.com.
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