DJB launch new miniature IEPE triaxial accelerometer – 185°C version also available

DJB Instruments UK Ltd has announced the launch of a revised version of the AT/10 miniature triaxial IEPE accelerometer. Using the industry standard ¼-28 UNF single 4-pin connector the AT/10 has been through a redesign to enable it to be produced to the full high temperature specification of 185°C. Weighing just 6.9 grams the Titanium bodied triaxial accelerometer is available with sensitivities up to 100mV/g and has a fully welded construction.

Unlike similar products on the market the AT/10 still utilises three fully independent ceramic KONIC Shear sensing elements each with its own mass, this allows for much improved reliability and stability when compared to single ceramic designs, it also provides the perfect base for the integration of the high tempertaure electronics used to achieve a peak operating temperature of 185°C.

DJB’s Managing Director, Neill Ovenden, said of the new design…’The integration of the high temperature electronics and the three independent sensing elements has been a challenge in such a compact accelerometer. We are extremely happy with the final product which provides something completely new to the market and offers unrivalled levels of quality, reliability, performance and price.’….. ‘ We are close to launching a higher peak temperature
for all our IEPE accels of 200°C it was important that we factored this next step into the scope of the AT/10 re-development.’

The AT/10 is available to order now in standard or high temperature form, sensitivities up to 100mV/g are available and associated cables are made to customer requirements at any length.

For more details about the AT/10 please visit the DJB website or call the sales team.

DJB Instruments UK Ltd Sales +44 (0) 1638 712 288 or email

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