Accelerometrar 1-axle

Accelerometers for various industries in testing and testing. For example for passenger cars, trucks, rail, wind energy and much more. The team at ASC has 25 years of experience in developing accelerometers and is today one of the world’s leading manufacturers.

You can have your accelerometers delivered and customized with the connectors you want and if an accelerometer breaks, ASC can repair a shaft or fix a cable.

ASC 3511LN
Sensors of type ASC 3511LN are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±4 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 6 to 40 VDC. The LN (Low Noise) accelerometers from ASC provide an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio which is essential for demanding measurements of smallest frequencies and amplitudes.

ASC 3521MF
Sensors of type ASC 3511MF are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±2.7 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 5 to 40 VDC. The MF (Medium-Frequency) accelerometers from ASC provide a wide frequency response range of 0 Hz to 7 kHz (±3 dB) and an extremely robust design with shock resistance up to 6,000 g.

ASC 4111LN
Sensors of type ASC 4111LN are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±4 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 6 to 40 VDC. The LN (Low Noise) accelerometers from ASC provide an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio which is essential for demanding measurements of smallest frequencies and amplitudes.

ASC 4211LN

Sensors of type ASC 4211LN are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±4 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 6 to 40 VDC. The LN (Low Noise) accelerometers from ASC provide an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio which is essential for demanding measurements of smallest frequencies and amplitudes.

ASC 4221MF
Sensors of type ASC 4221MF are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±2.7 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 5 to 40 VDC. The MF (Medium-Frequency) accelerometers from ASC provide a wide frequency response range of 0 Hz to 7 kHz (±3 dB) and an extremely robust design with shock resistance up to 6,000 g.

ASC 4311LN / ASC 4315LN
Sensors of type ASC 4311LN/ ASC4315LN are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±4 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 6 to 40 VDC. The LN (Low Noise) accelerometers from ASC provide an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio which is essential for demanding measurements of smallest frequencies and amplitudes.

ASC 4321MF / ASC 4325MF
Sensors of type ASC 4321MF/ ASC 4325MF are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±2.7 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 5 to 40 VDC. The MF (Medium-Frequency) accelerometers from ASC provide a wide frequency response range of 0 Hz to 7 kHz (±3 dB) and an extremely robust design with shock resistance up to 6,000 g.

ASC 4411LN / ASC 4415LN
ASC’s 4411LN and ASC 4415 LN  accelerometer has the lowest spectral and broadband noise of the 44 series accelerometers. ASC’s LN (Low-Noise) accelerometers have an excellent Signal-to-Noise ratio, which is critical while performing demanding low-frequency, low-amplitude measurements.

ASC 4421MF / ASC 4425MF
Sensors of type ASC 4421MF and 4425MF are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±2.7 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 5 to 40 VDC. The MF (Medium-Frequency) accelerometers from ASC provide a wide frequency response range of 0 Hz to 7 kHz (±3 dB) and an extremely robust design with shock resistance up to 6,000 g.

ASC 61C1
These piezoresistive accelerometers are based proven MEMS technology, in which four variable resistors are configured as a Wheatstone bridge. The uniaxial ASC 61C1 features a wide dynamic range from 0 Hz to 2.5 kHz and outstanding impact resistance up to 5,000 g. In addition, the lightweight design allows its use in applications where the mass load of the test structures has to be minimized.

ASC 62C1
These piezoresistive accelerometers are based proven MEMS technology, in which four variable resistors are configured as a Wheatstone bridge. The uniaxial ASC 62C1 features a wide dynamic range from 0 Hz to 2.5 kHz and outstanding impact resistance up to 5,000 g. In addition, the lightweight design allows its use in applications where the mass load of the test structures has to be minimized.

ASC CS-1711LN / ASC CS-1511LN / ASC CS-1611LN
The sensors of the ASC CS series are based on proven MEMS technology with a capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a single-ended analog current output of 4-20 mA and flexible power supply voltage from 8 to 30 VDC. The models of the ASC CS series feature broadband noise of <0.2 µA and are used in applications that are requiring extremely long cables (>100 m) or very high EMC immunity.

ASC OS 115LN / ASC OS 125MF
Sensors of type ASC OS-115LN-PG and ACS OS 125MF are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±4 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 6 to 40 VDC. The LN (Low Noise) accelerometers from ASC provide an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio which is essential for demanding measurements of smallest frequencies and amplitudes.

ASC OS 325MF
Sensors of type ASC OS-325MF-PG are based on proven MEMS technology and capacitive operating principle. The integrated electronic circuitry enables a differential analog voltage output (±2.7 V FSO) and flexible power supply voltage from 5 to 40 VDC. The MF (Medium-Frequency) accelerometers from ASC provide a wide frequency response range of 0 Hz to 7 kHz (±3 dB) and an extremely robust design with shock resistance up to 6,000 g.

ASC P101A15 / ASC P101A25
Piezoelectric accelerometers are based on PZT ceramic and feature IEPE (integrated electronics piezo electric).
circuitry for converting of the charge to an analog output voltage signal. The uniaxial ASC P101A15 operates at a constant current from 2 to 10 mA, is equipped with a side connector and is available with an integrated TEDS (tranducer electronic data sheet). If required, the calibration data and sensor parameters can be written to the TEDS.

ASC P311A15 / ASC P311A25
Piezoelectric accelerometers are based on PZT ceramic and feature IEPE (integrated electronics piezo electric) circuitry for converting of the charge to an analog output voltage signal. The industrial accelerometers feature a very high full-scale output voltage of ±8 V and low broadband noise of <100 µg.

ASC P401A15
Piezoelectric accelerometers are based on PZT ceramic and feature IEPE (integrated electronics piezo electric) circuitry for converting of the charge to an analog output voltage signal. The uniaxial ASC P401A15 operates at a constant current from 2 to 20 mA, has an operating temperature range from -55 °C to +150 °C and is available with an integrated TEDS (tranducer electronic data sheet). If required, the calibration data and sensor parameters can be written to the TEDS.