Piezoelectric Sensors

Sept. 28, 2006
New charge-output and hightemperature sensors handle in-flight monitoring and predictive maintenance of flight systems on aircraft.

Sensors come with top or side-exit electrical connectors, and in a variety of hermetically sealed enclosures. High-temperature versions operate up to 900°F (482°C), with a ±500-g pk measurement range, and in frequencies up to 15 kHz. Model 495B10 differential charge converter uses aircraft power to condition signals of a charge-output accelerometers for standard data-acquisition equipment.

PCB Piezotronics Inc., 3425 Walden Ave., Depew, NY 14043, (888) 684-0013, pcb.com

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