February 26, 2014
Sherborne Sensors announced the launch of its A820 Series DC-operated dual axis ultra-low range, servo accelerometers.
Developed from the company’s A320 single axis accelerometer, the A820 is suitable for deployment in structural health monitoring applications where its compact design and measurement axes simplify installation while reducing cabling and installation costs, the company says. The A820 offers full-scale acceleration ranges down to as little as ± 0.10g and up to ±2g, while also providing discrimination down to micro-g levels. It can be used for recording of structural response during ambient vibrations and seismic disturbances. It is available with differing X and Y full-scale ranges to optimize the unit for specific applications where dissimilar sensitivities are required in each axis.
“We are delighted to be adding the A820 to our growing range of high precision inertial accelerometers which offer the highest levels of accuracy and reliability in order to meet the requirements of demanding aerospace, aviation, military and industrial applications,” said Mike Baker, managing director, Sherborne Sensors. “The A820 Series ultra-low range and compact design make it ideal for geophysical, seismic and civil engineering applications and any ultra-low acceleration studies which require DC response.” For more information, visit Sherborne Sensors.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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