500Hz bandwidth triaxial accelerometer sensor with short recovery time, 1%/ 2%/ 5% lateral vibration sensitivity ratio, 2.4kHz/ 5.5kHz resonance frequency. It is widely used in crash record, fatigue monitoring and prediction, wind power generation, low frequency vibration and automatic monitoring, automobile, bridge and road roller.
|Measuring Range (g)
|Nonlinearity (% FS) (highest)
|Lateral vibration sensitivity ratio (%)
|Cross-axis sensitivity (%) (mA/g)
|Resonance frequency (kHz)
|Deviation Calibration (mg)
||X, Y, Z
|Up/ off Power Repeatablity (mg) (highest)
|Deviation Temperature Coefficient (%/ ℃) (Typical value)
|Resolution/ Threshold (@ 1Hz) (mg) (highest)
|Bandwidth (3Db) (Hz)
||5Hz, 10Hz, 25Hz, 50Hz, 100Hz, 200Hz, 500Hz, 1000Hz
||MIL-HDBK-217, Grade 2
||100g@11ms, Triaxial and Identical (Half Sine Wave)
||<1ms (1000g, 1/2 Sin 1ms, Shock Acting On The i Axis)
||20g Rms, 20-2000Hz (Random Noise, o, p, i Per Axis For Action 30 Minutes )
||<60mA @ 12 VDC
||Industrial standard M12 connector
Dimension of Mounting Fittings (unit=mm)
Magnetic adsorption base plate L-type adapter plate
Tips: What is Three Axis Accelerometer Sensor?
An acceleration sensor is a sensor that can measure acceleration. It is usually composed of masses, dampers, elastic components, sensitive components, and adaptive circuits. In the process of acceleration, the sensor obtains the acceleration value by using Newton's second law by measuring the inertial force on the mass block. According to the different sensitive components of the sensor, common acceleration sensors include capacitive, inductive, strain, piezoresistive, piezoelectric, etc.