610 TX

610 TX

  • 3-Axis Vibration Measurement
  • Small Size, Lightweight
  • Sensitivity 3 pC/g
  • Low Base Strain Sensitivity
  • Electrically Isolated
  • 2-Point Mounting
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The Model 610-TX Triaxial Piezoelectric Accelerometer performs simultaneous measurement of vibration acceleration in three, mutually perpendicular axes. It is an excellent choice for general-purpose shock and vibration measurement work where a threedimensional characterization of dynamic responses of a structure is required. The relatively low mass and small size of the 610-TX recommends it for the testing of large or small specimens.

The 610-TX incorporates miniature shear type accelerometer inserts bonded into a machined aluminum block. The electrical isolation provided by the epoxy bonding permits accurate, repeatable measurements even in noisy industrial environments. Two mounting holes allow the unit to be bolted or bonded to the test specimen. The Model 610-TXHT is a high temperature version that will operate in environments up to +500 Deg. F.

Consult the factory for customized versions of these sensors.

Notes:
At +75 Deg F, 10g Peak, 100Hz; Lower Frequency Limit is Determined by Associated Electronics
Referenced to Sensitivity @ 100 Hz.
With Connector Protected or Sealed, Unit is Epoxy Sealed.

Specifications

Charge Sensitivity 3 +/-0.5 pC/g
Frequency Linearity +/-5% Max 2 Hz To 5,000 Hz
Resonant Frequency 25 KHz, Nom.
Amplitude Linearity +/-1.0% (BFSL)
Capacitance 220 +/-40 pF
Insulation Resistence 20,000 M Ohm Min, 50 VDC Test
Isolation Resistance 100M Ohm Min.
Transverse Sensitivity 5% Max
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