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ACCELEROMETERS LIKE IT HOT

24-04-2017
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New from Metromatics, the Dytran Instruments Model 3543A is a high-temperature 100mV/g electrically isolated triaxial accelerometer. Ideal for under-bonnet automotive applications, the Model 3543A can withstand continuous temperatures up to160°C.

These case isolated sensors are simple to set up, with IEPE power and standard cables and no need for a charge mode sensor.  The 3543A features a 10-32 stud mount, 1/4-28 4-pin industry standard connector and features an acceleration range of 50g.

Other key applications outside engine monitoring include modal and structural analysis, NVH, squeak and rattle, and general purpose high-temperature triaxial vibration measurements.

Metromatics
07 3868 4255
www.metromatics.com.au

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