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350042 Radwell Bently Nevada Sensors & Switches, Vibration Transmitter MONITOR PROXIMITOR SEISMIC

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    seismic sensor technology is evolving in respond to. these emerging demands with traditional Electromechanical FBAs being increasingly displaced by more cost effective,. more robust Micro-electromechanical (MEMS) based sensors. Barriers to accelerating the rate of adoption of SHM. systems are varied
  • Development of a Damped Piezoresistive MEMS High Shock Sensor
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    such as vibration, shock, or tilt has become very commonplace in a wide range of products. At first you might think of seismic activity or machinery performance monitoring, but would automotive airbags, sports training products, or computer peripherals ever cross your mind? The technology behind
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    measuring pure acceleration (inertia), to vibration,. low frequency seismic signals, angular tilt and shock.

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