Kistler Model 8794A K-Shear® Triaxial Accelerometers

Kistler, Model, 8794A, K-Shear, Triaxial, Accelerometers The Kistler 8794A500 is a triaxial accelerometer that measures shock and vibration in three mutually perpendicular axes. It is designed in a unique flat package and built in a welded, environmentally sealed, stainless steel case, providing years of reliable operation. This sensor is available as a 8794A500M5 version, featuring a higher operating temperature up to 330F (165C) and in a 8794A500M3 version with a low end frequency point of 1Kz.

Kistler's K-Shear design provides a wide operating frequency range along with extremely low sensitivity to thermal transients and transverse acceleration. Quartz sensing elements are used in this sensor to ensure long-term stabilitysuperior to other sensing materials. Three integral Piezotron® impedance converters provide a low impedance voltage output, eliminating the need for charge amplifiers. The voltage output also eliminates the need for expensive, highly isulated low-noise cables.

The output wires are soldered to terminals outside the case and covered by a molded strain relief cover. This unique electrical connection provides the advantages of an integral cable but permits replacement of damanged output wires.

Low impedance voltage mode
Low profile design
Quartz shear accuracy and stability
High temperature (330F) version available
Conforming to CE

Kistler Model 8794A K-Shear® Triaxial Accelerometers