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Miniature underwater accelerometer 754

Miniature underwater accelerometer, 10 mV/g sensitivity, wide frequency range, titanium case for long term reliability in submerged monitoring locations, 10ft integral J6 cable, case isolated 

Product Description

Miniature underwater accelerometer, 10 mV/g sensitivity, wide frequency range, titanium case for long term reliability in submerged monitoring locations, 10ft integral J6 cable, case isolated

Features

  • Titanium case
  • 650 psi rating
  • Wide dynamic range
  • Miniature size
  • Hermetic seal

Specifications

PARAMETER VALUE
Sensor output Dynamic vibration (IEPE)
Sensitivity 10 mV/g
Sensitivity tolerance ±1.5 dB
Frequency response, ±3 dB 2 Hz – 25,000 Hz
Mounting thread N/A – adhesive
Connector style Integral cable
Connector orientation Side exit
Full-scale range 250 g peak
Resonance frequency 60 kHz
Temperature range -20°C to +90°C
Weight 4 grams
Hazardous area approvals Non-approved

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Miniature underwater accelerometer, 10 mV/g sensitivity, wide frequency range, titanium case for long term reliability in submerged monitoring locations, 10ft integral J6 cable, case isolated 
Wilcoxon underwater accelerometers are designed to be used virtually anywhere under continuous submersion. They are built to withstand the high pressures of deep submergence. Titanium cases are used when the accelerometer must be highly resistant to galvanic corrosion or mounted on titanium structures. Stainless steel can be used for applications where the accelerometer will be mounted on cast iron or mild steel structures since they are near one another on the galvanic series list.