Charge mode accelerometers, triaxial, high temperature, ceramic shear, 1000 g / 8290A

Type 8290A is a triaxial high temperature charge mode accelerometer with long term operational stability.

8290A

Type 8290A is a triaxial high temperature charge mode accelerometer with long term operational stability.
Main features / advantages
  • High impedance, charge mode
  • Ceramic shear sensing element
  • High temperature (250°C)
  • Low transverse sensitivity
  • Long-term stability at extended temperatures
The 8290A high temperature, triaxial accelerometer is housed in a cube-shaped package with a notched corner to aid in orientation during installation in blind areas. Laser-etched markings on all sides clearly identify the three axes. A ceramic shear sensing element produces a charge output that can be easily converted into a useable analog voltage signal via a charge amplifier. Kistler’s shear technology assures high immunity to base strain, thermal transients and transverse accelerations. Other outstanding features include high frequency response, lightweight and hermetic sealing. It is recommended that low noise transducer cables be used between the sensor and charge amplifier, such as Kistler 1635 series.
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Manual
Ceramic Shear Accelerometers – (High Impedance – Charge Mode)
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