|Shock accelerometers are specifically designed to withstand and measure extreme, high-amplitude, short-duration, transient accelerometers. Built-in Mechanical & Electrical Filters; Lightweight Integral Cable or M5 Coaxial Jack; Measurement Ranges From 5,000g’s to 100,000g’s.
|111A01||0.5mV/g||~40kHz||1~15k||±10,000g||-40~+121oC||10 Gram||Ø12x20 mm|
|111A02||0.2mV/g||~40kHz||1~15k||±25,000g||-40~+121oC||10 Gram||Ø12x20 mm|
|111A05||0.1mV/g||~40kHz||1~15k||±50,000g||-40~+121oC||10 Gram||Ø12x20 mm|
|211A01||0.5pC/g||~45kHz||1~15k||±10,000g||-40~+150oC||8 Gram||Ø12x18 mm|
|211A05||0.1pC/g||~50kHz||1~15k||±50,000g||-40~+150oC||8 Gram||Ø12x18 mm|
|211A010||0.05pC/g||~50kHz||1~15k||±100,00g||-40~+150oC||8 Gram||Ø12x18 mm|
- Built-in Mechanical & Electrical Filters
- Lightweight Integral Cable or M5 Coaxial Jack
- Measurement Ranges From 5,000g´s to 100,000g´s
Shock accelerometers are specifically designed to withstand and measure extreme, high-amplitude, short-duration, transient accelerations. Such accelerations characteristically exceed the 1000g boundary imposed on typical accelerometer designs. Shock acceleration events may reach 100,000g or more with pulse durations of less than 10 microseconds. The extremely fast transient and volatile nature of a shock event imposes special demands on the design of a shock accelerometer.
YMC shock accelerometers represent extensive research in materials, assembly techniques, and testing techniques to ensure survivability and faithful representation of the shock event. s.
- Pile Driver Monitoring
- Simulated Pyroshock Events
- Recoil and Penetration
- Impact Press Monitoring
- Explosive Studies
- Shaker Impact Monitoring
- Body Armor Piercing