Kistler Model 8765A PiezoStar® Miniature, Voltage Mode Triaxial Accelerometer

Kistler, Model, 8765A, PiezoStar, Miniature, Voltage Mode, Triaxial Accelerometer The Kistler 8765A250M5 triaxial accelerometer measures shock and vibration in three orthogonal axis. The Kistler 8765A is a miniature 6.4 gram center hole triaxial accelerometer with a +/-250g measurement range and 20 mV/g sensitvity. The 8765A is a miniature IEPE triaxial accelerometer designed for high temperature applications. The triaxial design permits simultaneous shock and vibration measurements in three perpendicular axes: X, Y and Z.

Kistler's PiezoStar® element design provides a wide operating frequency range along with extremely low sensitivity to thermal transients. The accelerometer operates from -54C to -165C using a welded hermetic and ground isolated housing with a miniature 4-pin ceramic insulated connector for reliable measurements and long-term stability especially at higher operating temperatures. The 8765A250M5 accelerometer also uses Kistler PiezoStar Crystals and high gain integral hybrid microelectronics providing very low sensitivity variation over the operating temperature range, compared to quartz and ceramic element designs.

Light weight
PiezoStar sensing element
-165C operation
Hermetically sealed, miniature design
New miniature 4-pin connector
High immunity to thermal transients
Low base strain sensitivity
Low impedance voltage output
Conforming to CE

Kistler Model 8765A PiezoStar® Miniature, Voltage Mode Triaxial Accelerometer