The OMEGAROMETER™ Series accelerometers are designed for industrial vibration measurements. These accelerometers feature a hermetically sealed 316L stainless steel case suitable for harsh environments. The ACC793 is a high performance accelerometer with a top cable exit. FM and CSA intrinsic safety approval is an available option.
DYNAMIC Sensitivity, ±5%, 25°C (77°F): 100 mV/g Acceleration Range: 80 g peak Amplitude Non-Linearity: 1% Frequency Response: ±5%: 1.5 to 5000 Hz ±10%: 1.0 to 7000 Hz ±3 dB: 0.5 to 15,000 Hz Resonance Frequency: 25 kHz Transverse Sensitivity, Max: 5% of axial Temperature Response: -50°C (-58°F) = -10%; 120°C (248°F) = 5%
ELECTRICAL Power Requirement: Voltage Source: 18 to 30 Vdc Current Regulating Diode1: 2 to 10 mA
ENVIRONMENTAL Temperature Range: -50 to 120°C (-58 to 248°F) Vibration Limit: 500 g peak Base Strain Sensitivity, Max: 0.0005 g/microstrain Sealing: Hermetic to 10-8 cc/s
PHYSICAL Weight: 112 g (3.9 oz) Case Material: 316L SS Mounting: ¼-28 tapped hole Output Connector: 2 pin, MIL-C-5015 style Connections: Pin A: Power/signal Pin B: Common Mating Connector: Amphenol 97-3106A-10SL-4S type Recommended Cabling: ACC-CB7-10 Agency Approvals: FM: Class I, II, III, Division I, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G; Division II, Groups A, B, C, D, F, G CSA: Class I, Division I, Groups A, B, C, D
Are the Accelerometers able to be adjusted to a more limited peak g force range? say 10g, or changing the sensitivity of the device from 100mV/g to 500mV/g?
Asked by: jerrad
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, the accelerometers are not able to be adjusted. The sensitivity and hence the g range is fixed. Please contact our Tech Support if you have any future questions we can assist you with.