Product Announcement from Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Dytran Instruments has introduced the 3133M series, a family of ultra miniature IEPE triaxial accelerometers weighing just 0.9 grams. The 3133M series was designed to mount in space inaccessible to other types of accelerometers.
Available in three different models, with choice of 2, 5 or 10 mV/g sensitivity, design of the Dytran 3133M series incorporates shear sensing elements with integral electronics, packaged in a robust, lightweight, welded titanium cube, with a three-foot integral cable terminating to a 4-pin connector and adhesive mounting capabilities. The cable is designed to mate with several different types of Dytran extension cables. Units are case isolated to avoid EMI/ground loop interference.
These ultra miniature triaxial sensors are capable of operating at temperatures up to +300°F (+149°C). Series model 3133M4 is the world's smallest isolated triaxial accelerometer with 10 mV/g sensitivity.
About Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Founded in 1980, Dytran Instruments designs and manufactures a full line of piezoelectric and DC MEMS sensors for measurement and monitoring. The company's world class product range includes miniature and triaxial accelerometer models, high temperature sensors with built-in electronics (IEPE), variable capacitance DC sensors with low-noise differential output, and sensors with TEDS capabilities. Dytran also offers a complete range of piezoelectric force and pressure sensors, impulse hammers, support electronics, cables and accessories for dynamic measurements, with full in-house customization capabilities. Since their founding, Dytran sensors have become the industry's most popular choices within a variety of applications, including modal and structural analysis; flight test; HALT/HASS/ESS; Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS); mechanical impact testing; product testing; vehicle dynamics; and space related applications. The team at Dytran prides itself on its high level of custom responsiveness, as well as its focus on developing and maintaining strong customer relationships. The "people factor" is what continues to make Dytran a success. To learn more, visit http://www.dytran.com.