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Model 797L Low Profile Low-Frequency IsoRing Accelerometer

Brand: Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies
Features: 
  • High sensitivity
  • Ultra low-noise electronics for clear signals at very low vibration levels
  • Low pass filtered to attenuate high frequencies
  • Hermetically sealed
  • ESD protection
  • Reverse wiring protection
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Features: 
  • High sensitivity
  • Ultra low-noise electronics for clear signals at very low vibration levels
  • Low pass filtered to attenuate high frequencies
  • Hermetically sealed
  • ESD protection
  • Reverse wiring protection

Specifications

Approvals & Certifications

  • CE
  • SIMTARS

Circuit Protection

  • ESD Protection
  • Reverse Wiring Protection

Electrical Connectors

  • Cable (J9T2A)
  • Mating Connector: R6 Typical

Element

  • Sensing Element Design: PZT Ceramic, Shear

Enclosure, Body Material

  • 316L Stainless Steel

Frequency

  • Frequency Response (± 10%): 0.4 to 1,500 Hz
  • Frequency Response (± 3 dB): 0.2 to 3,700 Hz
  • Frequency Response (± 5%): 0.6 to 850 Hz
  • Resonance Frequency: 18 kHz

Mounting

  • 1/4-28 Captive Socket Head Screw

Noise

  • Electrical Noise, Equivalent G (Broadband: 2.5 Hz to 25 kHz): 12 µg
  • Electrical Noise, Equivalent G (Spectral: 1,000 Hz): 0.2 µg/√Hz
  • Electrical Noise, Equivalent G (Spectral: 100 Hz): 0.6 µg/√Hz
  • Electrical Noise, Equivalent G (Spectral: 2 Hz): 2.0 µg/√Hz

Non-Linearity

  • Amplitude Non-Linearity: 1%

Output Impedence

  • Maximum 100 Ω

Power Requirement

  • 18-30 Vdc
  • Current Regulating Diode: 2-10 mA

Range

  • Acceleration Range: 10 G Peak

Seal Type

  • Hermetic

Sensitivity

  • Base Strain Sensitivity, Maximum
  • Electromagnetic Sensitivity, Equivalent G: 5 µg/Gauss
  • Sensitivity, ± 5%, 25° C (77° F): 500 mV/g
  • Transverse Sensitivity: Maximum 7% of axial

Shock

  • Shock Limit: 2,500 G Peak

Temperature Range

  • -50° to 120° C (-58° to 248° F)

Vibration

  • Vibration Limit: 250 G Peak

Voltage

  • Bias Output Voltage: 10 Vdc