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TP-ACC50-25
Dual-Axis Accelerometer For HS3/4/4-DIFF Handyscopes, +/- 5G
 
Features
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  • SPECIAL ORDER. 1 - 2 WEEKS TO DELIVERY
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  • +/- 5 measuring
  • Dual axis
  • Tilt sensor
  • Acceleration sensor
  • 98 inch cable
  • NEW! TWO OPTIONS AVAILABLE:
  • Order code : TP-ACC50-25
  • Range : +/- 5G
  • Sensitivity : 174 mV/g
  • Delivery time : 1 - 2 weeks
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  • Order code : TP-ACC160-25
  • Range : +/- 16G
  • Sensitivity : 57 mV/g
  • Delivery time : 1 - 2 weeks

Description
    The Accelerometer is a low cost, low power, complete dual-axis accelerometer with signal conditioned voltage outputs. The output signals are analog voltage proportional to acceleration. The Accelerometer is capable of measuring both positive and negative accelerations to at least +/- 5G.

    The Accelerometer can measure both static accelerations, such as gravity and dynamic accelerations (vibrations etc). The ability to measure static accelerations, allows the Accelerometer to be used as a tilt sensor.

    The Accelerometer can be connected directly to the Handyscope series 3/4/4-DIFF. Two BNC connectors provide the output for the measuring data and the 25 pins D-Sub is used to supply power for the electronics in the Accelerometer.

    The sensor of the Accelerometer is a surface-micromachined polysilicon structure built on top of the silicon wafer. Polysilicon springs suspend the structure over the surface of the wafer and provide a resistance against acceleration forces. Deflection of the structure is measured using a differential capacitor that consists of independent fixed plates and central plates attached to the moving mass. The fixed plates are driven by 180 degree out of phase square waves. Acceleration will deflect the beam and unbalance the differential capacitor, resulting in an output square wave whose amplitude is proportional to acceleration. Phase sensitive demodulation techniques are then used to rectify the signal and determine the direction of the acceleration.


    Hardware specifications of the Dual-axis Accelerometer:

    Connectors: 2 x BN, 25 pins D-Sub
    Sensitivity: 167 mV/g
    Power supply: 1 mA from extension connector
    Cable length: 2.5 meter (98 inch)
    Dimensions: 30 mm width x 17 mm height x 70 mm length
    Weight: 243 gram (8.6 ounce)
    Color: Gray

    Measuring with the accelerometer:

    The Accelerometer is the ideal instrument for measuring static and dynamic accelerations. By means of two BNC connectors, two acceleration axes can be measured. Power is supplied to the accelerometer through the 25 pins D-Sub connector on the back of the Handyscope 3/4/4-DIFF measuring instruments. No additional cables or power supplies are needed.

Program / Software Information
    Setting up the software:

    See the step-by-step instructions with pictures at:

    http://www.tiepie.com/uk/products/Accessories/Dual-axis_Accelerometer/Measuring_accelerations.html



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