Columbia Research Labs (CRL), has been providing high quality and reasonably priced 1, 2, and 3 axis accelerometers since 1953. Our highly qualified team of engineering and manufacturing personnel, many with 20 plus years of service, uses both Piezoelectric and Force Balance technologies to meet the wide variety of our customers needs over the aerospace, military, commercial and industri... (read more)
The Model 612-TX Triaxial Piezoelectric Accelerometer is designed to meet the most stringent space and mass loading requirements with a weight of only 8 grams and a volume of 0.082 cubic inches. This unit is equipped with the exclusive Columbia microminiature detachable cable assembly that is easily replaced. (read more)
COLUMBIA's Models 765M25 and 765M27 are High Intensity Acoustic Sensors (Microphones) designed for measurement of gas-borne sound in frequency range of 100Hz to 30KHz, in industrial applications requiring operation up to +500 degrees F. (read more)
The Columbia Model 100-P High Intensity Acoustic Sensor (Microphone) is designed for measuring exceptionally wide pressure ranges in applications requiring fast rise times and broad frequency response. This sensor is extremely sensitive allowing very low pressure measurements to 0.005 psi as well as high pressure transient measurements to 5,000 psi at temperatures up to +150 Degrees C.... (read more)
The Models 765M20 and 765M22 High Intensity Acoustic Sensors (Microphones) are designed for the measurement of gas-borne sound in industrial applications. These sensors have been constructed for use in corrosive environments that are compatible with the type 316 stainless steel diaphragm. The miniature 10-32 fused-glass coaxial connector, when combined with allwelded construction, provid... (read more)
The Columbia 3000 Series of Accelerometers are for a wide range of vibration and shock work. The unique designe of the piezoelectric seismic system inherently provides complete mechanical isolation fo the sensing element so that th sensors are insensitive to mounting torque, body strains, cable vibration, cable whip, pressure variations and most heat transients. (read more)
The Columbia Series 5814 In-Line Charge Converters are specifically designed to convert the charge signals from a high impedance piezoelectric sensor into a voltage signal output with low output impedance, thereby eliminating the need for costly charge amplifiers in many applications. This device can be used with all Columbia non-integrated piezoelectric accelerometers and pressure senso... (read more)
The COLUMBIA Fatigue-Monitor Strain Sensor may be bonded to critical airframe surfaces using conventional strain-gage bonding techniques. The unique construction and small size of the 2684 Series permits easy application with a new and higher level of accuracy and mechanical integrity. The four, #26 AWG, Teflon-insulated lead wires eliminate the tedious and difficult termination methods... (read more)
Columbia Models SI-702AI and SI-702AIHP are biaxial force balance inclinometers designed with an output circuit configuration made for use in 4-20 mA data transmission systems. The 4-20 mA system is used extensively in industrial installations in order to transmit data over long distances in environments where interference from nearby electrical power lines could be a problem.
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The Columbia Models SI-701FND is a premium performance force balance inclinometer designed to yield exceptional performance and long life under extreme shock and vibration conditions. A fluid-damped sensor system makes this sensor virtually uninfluenced by shock and vibration encountered in the most severe applications.
The Models SI-701FND inclinometer is capable of producing acc... (read more)
Models SA-107LN, SA-207LN, and SA-307LN servo accelerometers from Columbia Research Labs are high sensitivity, ultra low noise sensors designed for use in seismic, and low level, low frequency motion studies. The SA-107LN is a single axis unit and the SA-207LN, and SA-307LN are two and three axis units. (read more)
COLUMBIA Research Laboratories, offers a wide selection of Force Balance Servo Accelerometers specifically designed to give the user a diversified choice of sizes, configurations and performance levels for industrial, O.E.M. and military requirements. The servo force balance accelerometer offers significant performance and accuracy advantages. (read more)
The Model SS-108 Accelerometer Switch measures DC and low frequcency acceleration and can be configured to trigger in one or both directions along the sensitive axis,at a specified g level within a selected operating range. Ranges: ±2g to ±30g. (read more)