Battery Powered Accelerometers Datasheets

Wireless Vibration Meter Data Logger -- VSEW mk2-8g
from Convergence Instruments

The VSEW_mk2 is a new model in the VSE series of smart vibration datalogers. It can record accelerations, vibrations, velocities and inclinations. It includes a 3-axis MEMS accelerometer, an accurate date/time clock and a non-volatile 128 Mb recording memory. Depending on the settings it can record... [See More]

  • Features: Battery Powered; Event triggered; Environmentally / Hermetically Sealed; Self Test / Self Calibrating
  • Measurement Axes: Triaxial
  • Acceleration: -8 to 8
  • Sensor Technology: MEMS
Accelerometer -- ACC101
from OMEGA Engineering, Inc.

The ACC101 accelerometer is low cost yet extremely durable. These accelerometers are constructed using high strength aluminum, has a rugged strain relief, rugged ΒΌ-28 stud mounting, an epoxy seal, and uses the kind of dependable components usually found only in higher priced... [See More]

  • Features: Battery Powered (optional feature)
  • Frequency Range: 3 to 5000
  • Acceleration: 70 to 80
  • Accuracy: 10.00
Angular Accelerometers -- SR-107RFR
from Columbia Research Labs, Inc.

The Columbia Models SR-107RFR and SR-207RFR are precision force balance angular accelerometers. This design makes use of the fluid rotor concept of sensing angular acceleration and in conjunction with the Columbia patented HP suspension system provides the ultimate in reliability and ruggedness... [See More]

  • Features: Battery Powered; Printer
  • Frequency Range: 1 to 1000
  • Acceleration: 0.1000 to 300
  • Accuracy: -4.00 to 4.00
G-Link® -LXRS™ Wireless Accelerometer Node
from LORD MicroStrain Sensing Systems

Wireless Accelerometer Node. Overview. The G-Link ® -LXRS ™ Wireless Accelerometer Node features on-board triaxial ±2 g or ±10 g MEMS accelerometers and an internal temperature sensor. G-Link ® -LXRS ™ can be employed to measure vibration or acceleration, or as a... [See More]

  • Features: Battery Powered
  • Frequency Range: 1 to 512
  • Acceleration: -10 to 10
  • Measurement Axes: Triaxial