Accelerometer (Low g 3-axis)

datalogging sensors

3200

Data Harvest

Product Description

Ideal for measuring small accelerations such as change of g investigations e.g. free fall, golf swings.

The low g 3-Axis Accelerometer measures forces in the range of ±10.0 g or ±100.0 ms-2. 

The sensor can record Acceleration along a single axis i.e. X, Y or Z, Resultant force (sum of X + Y + Z), Vibration and Angle making this a very versatile sensor. 

 

 

Teaching applications:
  • Acceleration forces in Bungee jumps
  • Study of free fall
  • Opposing forces in collisions
  • Earthquake simulations

Extension and advanced ideas:
  • Measurement of angle vs. another process (e.g. angle of insolation vs. temperature)
  • Earthquake stability models
  • Damping of vibration
  • Centripetal force
  • Change of forces in a pendulum
  • Acceleration of a lift

 

  • Comes with mounting kit for the Data Harvest dynamics cart.
  • One axis can be measured at a time.
  • 19 measurement ranges available.
  • Resultant range is the square root of the sum of the component accelerations of X,Y,Z vectors.
  • For single axis measurements and vibration the fastest data collection is 20us (5Khz).
  • Resultant and inclinometer ranges the fastest data collection is 20ms (50Hz).
  • Sensor is a capacitive MEMs device

download  the Accelerometer Sensor Manual

Sensor Ranges:

Range Name Value Resolution Accuracy
X,Y and Z Axis (ms-²) ± 100 ms-²
X,Y and Z Axis (ms-²) 0 - 200 ms-² Resultant force
Inclinometer ±90.0°
X,Y and Z Axis (ms-²) ± 25 ms-²
X, Y and Z Axis (g) 0 - 20 g Resultant force
Vibration ± 2.5 g and ± 10 g
X, Y and Z Axis (g) 0 - 5 g Resultant force
X,Y and Z Axis (ms-²) 0 - 50 ms-² Resultant force
X, Y and Z Axis (g) ± 2.5 g
X, Y and Z Axis (g) ± 10 g

 

Contents/Details:

X, Y & Z (g): ±2.5 g, ±10 g, 0 to 5 g, 0 to 20 g
X,Y & Z (ms-2): ±25 ms-2, ±100 ms-2,
X,Y & Z (ms-2): 0 to 50 ms-2, 0 to 200 ms-2
Vibration ±2.5 g and ±10 g
Inclinometer ±90.0°

 

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HK$ 1,100.00

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