Technical Articles

Meggitt Sensing Systems - Measurement Group has published these technical articles:

(Wire and Cable)
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I have a 10-32 coaxial cable connector that is damaged and unusable. Is there a connector replacement option?... (View Full Article)
(Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning)
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How do I make use of the Shunt Calibration feature for the model 126?... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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This paper is written as an overview on low-noise piezoelectric accelerometers and will review when and where low-noise devices are needed as well as the engineering tradeoffs made during the design... (View Full Article)
(Pressure Sensing)
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I have received a pressure transducer with the calibration certificate. I am uncertain of the terms listed on the cal cert. Can you explain these terms a little more relative to how it may affect my... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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How do I select the correct gain based on my accelerometer model?... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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I am trying to use a Single Ended PE accelerometer, model 2248, as an input to the 6634C amplifier and there are no details in the instruction manual for this input.... (View Full Article)
(Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning)
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How can I translate the Error Code identified with a particular fault with my model 133 conditioner? Is there a definition of the particular error codes, since it is unclear what the error codes mean?... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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Do you have connector assembly instructions for the 6917B cable with the replacement connector, 26574?... (View Full Article)
(Pressure Sensing)
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How is the ZMO value derived with Endevco absolute pressure transducers? I have an 8515C-50 transducer with a ZMO specified on the cal cert. Is this value recorded at atmospheric pressure?... (View Full Article)