2 Axis MEMS Based Vibration Transducer MEMS Shock Sensor for Shock
VS2030 Vibration Measurement Sensor is a compact, factory
calibrated dual axis device based on piezoresistive technology. Its
housing has a flat design for easy screw mount. Due to its low mass
this model is perfect for testing light weight structures. Its
ranges is ±20 g and high frequency response. The sensing element
has integrated overload stops which guarantees high shock
performance. Signal amplified versions are optional.
VS2020 enjoys high reliability, high stability, high accuracy, low
temperature drift, and strong adjustment in harsh environment.
It is an ideal option for auto measurement, inertial navigation,
aircraft safety system, earthquake monitor, tilt, speed and
position inertia, test platform of vibration and shocking, etc.
- 2-axis MEMS vibration sensor
- Range:2-axis ±20g, excellent bias stability
- Advanced MEMS Sensing Element
- High-sensitivity accelerometer
- Low-frequency vibration monitoring
- Suitable for hydraulic turbine and auto test applications
- Built-in electronics
- Isolated case, IP67 protection
- Qualified for Critical Safety Avionics Application
- Individually calibrated, real actual precision
- Extremely reliable in Harsh environment
- Wide operating temperature range: -40℃～+60℃
- Overload resistance: 10000g
VS2030 Single Axis Low Frequency Vibration Measurement Sensor can
measures the low frequency vibration. And it enjoys high overload
resistance up to 10000g, VS2020 has been widely applied in the
following solutions, such as:
- Crash Testing
- Vibration & Shock Monitoring
- Car Testing
- Road Testing
- Transportation Testing
|Name||2-axis vibration sensor|
|Frequency Characteristic||10~2000Hz in-band roughness≤1dB, out-of-band attenuation>32dB|
|Dynamic Output Voltage(V)||0.2±0.2~4.8±0.2|
|Current(mA)||+15V ≤60, -15V ≤60|
High Performance Piezoresistive Vibration Measurement Sensor
- Highly accurate, reliable and temperature stable
- Full temperature calibration of all sensing elements.
- Environmentally sealed (IP67), compact design
- Overload resistance: 10,000g
- Full tests and individual calibration from -40 to 60°C
- High cost effective
What is the useable frequency range?
For an accelerometer to be useful the output needs to be directly
proportional to the acceleration that it is measuring. This fixed
ratio of output to input is only true for a range of frequencies as
described by the frequency response curve.
The usable frequency response is the flat area of the frequency
response curve and extends to approximately 1/3 to 1/2 of the
natural frequency. The definition of flat also needs to be
qualified and is done so by quoting the roll off of the curve in
either percentage terms (typically 5% or 10%) or in dB terms
(typically +/- 3db).