Columbia Model 5840 Differential Charge Amplifier has been specifically designed to operate with differential output piezoelectric vibration sensors typically used in aircraft engine condition monitoring systems. It features small package size and extremely low power consumption.
The Model 5840 Differential Charge Amplifier provides both Acceleration and Velocity outputs from an individual signal-conditioning amplifier. Acceleration may be measured from 5 Hz to 2,000 Hz at a fixed gain conversion rate of 1.0 mV/pcmb. The velocity transfer function is 387 mV/pcmb/sec referenced to 1.0 mV/pcmb at 61.4 Hz. The nominal slope is 6 dB/octave over the bandwidth of from 5Hz to 2,000 Hz. Consult the factory for customized versions of this instrument.
|Transducer Compatibility||Piezoelectric Differential Capacitive Transducers|
|Source Impedance||Minimum Input Source Resistance: 25 Megohms|
|Source Capacity||10,000 pF Max To Meet All Specifications|
|Overload Recovery||5,000 pcmb 1mS Half-Sine, No Effect|
|Input Connection||Differential, Referenced to Circuit Ground|