Acoustic Pressure Sensors

Jan. 6, 2005
Models 934M8 and 934M9 high-intensity acoustic sensors measure gas-borne sound in the 2-Hz to 6-kHz frequency range.

The sensors are constructed of corrosion-resistant nickel alloy and withstand temperatures up to 700°C. Isolated case construction provides electrical isolation, which is said to help deliver accurate wideband pressure data. Each sensor incorporates a 2-in. integral hard-line extension with a standard 10-32 connector, differing only in their mounting configurations.

Columbia Research Laboratories Inc.,
1925 Mac Dade Blvd., Woodlyn, PA 19094,
(800) 813-8471, www.columbiaresearchlab.com

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