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Structural and component testing, drop tests, and general vibration work can now be conducted more precisely at elevated temperature with the Isotron model 65HT and 67 triaxial accelerometers from Endevco Corp. (San Juan Capistrano, CA), which can operate up to 175°C. The 65HT models are offered in 10,000g (0.5 mV/g) and 500g (10 mV/g) versions in a low-noise, low-impedance, 10-mm welded titanium cube design weighing just 5g and offering milli-g resolution.

IMM Staff

January 27, 2010

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High-temperature structural testing

Structural and component testing, drop tests, and general vibration work can now be conducted more precisely at elevated temperature with the Isotron model 65HT and 67 triaxial accelerometers from Endevco Corp. (San Juan Capistrano, CA), which can operate up to 175°C. The 65HT models are offered in 10,000g (0.5 mV/g) and 500g (10 mV/g) versions in a low-noise, low-impedance, 10-mm welded titanium cube design weighing just 5g and offering milli-g resolution. The 67 models are available in 500g (10 mV/g) and 50g (100 mV/g) versions in a 14-mm cube welded titanium design, and offer similar resolutions. The hermetically sealed package weighs less than 14g. Both models are shock proof and overload protected.—[email protected]

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