Model 2210 Series DC accelerometer modules offered by Silicon Designs (Kirkland, WA) now include measurement capabilities on one, two or three orthogonal axes.
Low-noise single axis Model 2210 accelerometer modules integrate a MEMS VC accelerometer chip with high-drive, low-impedance buffering for reliable, repeatable measurements. When used with a Silicon Designs mounting block, such as the Model 2330-BLK, the Model 2210 can effectively measure on either one, two or three axes, allowing for the specification of a single part number for multiple requirements, thereby reducing in-house inventory counts.
Offered in ranges from ±2 to ±400 g, the Model 2210 Series generates two analog voltage outputs that vary in response to applied acceleration. Customers can utilize either single-ended or differential output, the latter of which doubles accelerometer sensitivity over single-ended versions. The sensitive axis of the Model 2210 is perpendicular to the package bottom, with positive acceleration defined as a force pushing on the bottom of that package. Output scale factor is independent from the supply voltage of +8 to +32V. At zero acceleration, differential output voltage is nominally 0 VDC; at full scale, ±4 VDC.
Sensing elements of the Model 2210 are packaged within a lightweight, anodized epoxy sealed aluminum housing, occupying a total footprint of just one square inch. The design features a simple-yet-robust four-wire connection and internal voltage regulator, which minimizes supply voltage variation effects. Units are relatively insensitive to temperature changes and feature quick, easy self-calibration.
Model 2210 MEMS VC accelerometer modules are ideal for lower frequency vibration testing requirements, including vibration analysis, machinery control, modal analysis, robotics, and crash testing.