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DYNAMIC SENSORS

Accelerometers are devices that measure the vibration or acceleration of the movement of a structure.

PIEZOELECTRIC ACCELEROMETERS

Serie 3256

General purpose accelerometer.

Used for modal analysis, vibration control, general purpose vibration monitoring.

Serie 3049D

Miniature Accelerometer

Used for modal analysis, vibration control, vibration monitoring at high temperatures.

Serie 3049

Miniature Accelerometer

Used for modal analysis, vibration control, vibration monitoring at high temperatures.

Serie 3056

General purpose accelerometer.

Used for modal analysis, vibration control, general purpose vibration monitoring.

VC MEMS

Serie 7506

Variable capacitance accelerometer

For fight test, low frequency aircraft test.

Modelo 7508A2

Variable capacitance accelerometer

For fight test, low frequency test.

Serie 7500

High precision MEMS accelerometer

It is used for air bag testing, impact testing, seismic monitoring, tilt measurement and flight testing.

Serie 7503

High precision Triaxial MEMS accelerometer

It is used for air bag testing, robotics, earthquake monitoring, impact testing and tilt testing.

VIBRACORDER

Modelo 5384

Vibration measurements 

VIBRASCOUT 6DOF USB

Ideal for field data collection, NVH studies, end-of-line testing and angular static measurements.

Serie 4401

Vibracorder II

Acquires six degrees of freedom data for full-body vibration measurements.

Serie 4400

Vibracorder

General purpose built with a VC-MEMS triaxial accelerometer. Available in three ranges.

IMPULSE HAMMER

5800 Series

The Dytran Dytranpulse™ series 5800 is a general purpose IEPE impulse hammer used to excite structures or machinery with a definable impulse force. The impulse is used to identify resonances, an important measurement parameter for the study of dynamic behavior, as well as to help determine the overall structural health of a test specimen. Available with 5–100 lbf range, the Dytran series 5800 features a 100–gram head weight and is supplied with three interchangeable impact tips.

 

The Dytran Dynapulse™ impulse hammers incorporate a special acceleration compensated piezoelectric force sensor in the hammer head at the striking face, ensuring a smooth frequency spectrum that is free from anomalies. Electrical connection is achieved via a BNC connector jack located at the end of the hammer handle. Series 5800 features TEDS capabilities (per ) for use in larger channel count applications in several models.

5800SL Series

The Dytran model 5800SL is a compact, lightweight version of the 5800B model IEPE impulse hammer, offering an ultra low mass of 9.8 grams and very high stiffness.

 

With a measurement range of 50 lbf, the Dytran model 5800SL has a head weight of just 2 grams and is supplied with a brass head extender. Electrical connection is achieved via a 10–32 jack located at the end of the hammer handle. Design of the model 5800SL incorporates an ultra miniature quartz force sensor built into the impact hammer tip, coupled with an onboard miniature IC amplifier. The reduced size and weight of the hammer head and handle further reduce overall hammer inertia for quicker rebounding. This produces a very high frequency excitation, allowing the user to excite smaller structures with high frequency content and input forcing function.

5802 Series

The Dytran model 5802A is an IEPE impulse sledge hammer, used to excite larger structures with a definable impulse force, for purposes of studying their dynamic behavior. The impulse is used to identify resonances, an important measurement parameter for the study of dynamic behavior, as well as to help determine the overall structural health of a test specimen.


With a sensitivity of 1 mV/lbf and an available measurement range of 5,000 lbf, the Dytran model 5802A is available with a head weight of 3 pounds, and is supplied with four interchangeable impact tips. Electrical connection is achieved via a BNC jack located at the end of the hammer handle. Design of the Dytran IEPE impulse sledge hammer incorporates a special acceleration compensated piezoelectric force sensor in the hammer head at striking face, ensuring a smooth frequency spectrum that is free from anomalies.

Serie 5803

The Dytran model 5803A is an IEPE impulse sledge hammer, used to excite larger structures with a definable impulse force, for purposes of studying their dynamic behavior. The impulse is used to identify resonances, an important measurement parameter for the study of dynamic behavior, as well as to help determine the overall structural health of a test specimen.


With a sensitivity of 1 mV/lbf and an available measurement range of 5,000 lbf, model 5803A is the largest of the Dytran sledge hammers with a head weight of 12 pounds, and is supplied with four interchangeable impact tips. Electrical connection is achieved via a BNC jack located at the end of the hammer handle. Design of the Dytran IEPE impulse sledge hammer incorporates a special acceleration compensated piezoelectric force sensor in the hammer head at the striking face, ensuring a smooth frequency spectrum that is free from anomalies.

Serie 5805A

The Dytran model 5805A is an IEPE impulse sledge hammer, used to excite larger structures with a definable impulse force, for purposes of studying their dynamic behavior. The impulse is used to identify resonances, an important measurement parameter for the study of dynamic behavior, as well as to help determine the overall structural health of a test specimen.


With a sensitivity of 1 mV/lbf and an available measurement range of 5,000 lbf, model 5805A is the smallest of the Dytran sledge hammers with a head weight of 1 pound, and is supplied with four interchangeable impact tips. Electrical connection is achieved via a BNC jack located at the end of the hammer handle. Design of the Dytran IEPE impulse sledge hammer incorporates a special acceleration compensated piezoelectric force sensor in the hammer head at the striking face, ensuring a smooth frequency spectrum that is free from anomalies.

Serie 5850A

The Dytran Dynapulse™ model 5850B is a general purpose IEPE impulse hammer used to excite structures or machinery with a definable impulse force. The impulse is used to identify resonances, an important measurement parameter for the study of dynamic behavior, as well as to help determine the overall structural health of a test specimen. The model 5850B features a 3–position toggle switch located on the hammer handle, which allows the user to select from 3 different sensitivities for use with test objects of varying size. Larger testing structures require higher force levels for adequate excitation while tiny structures require much lower force levels. Thus, a wide range of sizes of objects or structures can be tested with this versatile hammer. Sensitivities available are 1, 10 and 100 mV/lbf. The Dytran model 5850B features a 150 gram head weight and is supplied with three interchangeable impact tips.


The Dytran Dynapulse™ impulse hammers incorporate a special acceleration compensated piezoelectric force sensor in the hammer head at the striking face, ensuring a smooth frequency spectrum that is free from anomalies. Electrical connection is achieved via a BNC connector jack located at the end of the hammer handle.