Model 10B10-X Piezoelectric Accelerometer
- Normalized charge sensitivity (typ. 10.2 pC/g)
- Temp. range -300º F to +500º F (-184 to +260º C)
- Low base and case strain sensitivity
- Flat charge sensitivity vs frequency
- Flat charge sensitivity vs temperature
- Mounted resonant frequency 30 kHz
The 10B10-X (side connector) and 10B10T-X (top connector) accelerometers are general purpose piezoelectric vibration transducers designed with wide operating temperature range for use in the charge mode. The factory adjusted sensitivity of 10.2 pC/g (typ.) is maintained for all units.
- Charge sensitivity: 10.2 pC/g typ. at 160 Hz.
- Open circuit voltage sensitivity: 5.2 mV/g typical
- Accelerometer capacitance: 1,600 pF typical at 100 Hz.
- Mounted resonant frequency: 30,000 Hz. typical
- Transverse sensitivity: 3% max at 150 Hz. 1% typical
- Accelerometer resistance: 20,000 megaohms min at 75º F, 500 megaohms min at 500º F
- Amplitude linearity: within 2% of best straight line (2000 g range)
- Sensitivity Flatness: ±2%, 10 - 2,000 Hz.
- Design Type: Compression mode, grounded case, strain isolating double base
- Connector: Bismuth Strontium Titanate
- Piezoelectric Material
- Weight: 1 oz (27 gm) nominal
- Mounting: 10-32 internal thread, .145 inch deep
- Case: Type 303 stainless steel
- Accessories: Various length Microdot low noise cable and 10-32 x 3/8 isolation mounting stud
- Dynamic Range: 1000 g sinusoidal, 2000 g shock
- Temperature Range: -300º F to +500º F for ±5% charge sensitivity deviation
- Base Strain Sensitivity:
10B10: Equivalent .005g/microinch/inch strain, typ
10B10T: Equivalent .002g/microinch/inch strain, typ
- Seal: True hermetic seal, grade A, with welded and glass-to-metal bonds
Calibration of each accelerometer is accomplished by comparison to a NIST traceable reference. Using a UD Model APEX SL-C Digital Calibration Control System, a continuous calibration curve is plotted from 10-10,000 Hz., showing percent deviation of charge sensitivity as compared to the sensitivity measured at the 160 Hz. reference frequency.