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Vibration sensing options

Can you summarize the options you have for vibration sensing?

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  • All accelerometers are capable of measuring vibration. According to Webster's Dictionary, "to vibrate" means "to move or to cause to move back and forth rapidly."  Selection criteria for a paricular application will normally fall into two separate categories: function and performance.  Starting with function, here are some simple examples.

    ADXL001: 1-Axis, +/-70/250/500g range, 22kHz, Analog output

    ADIS16220: 1-Axis, +/-70g range, 22kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, 100kSPS

    ADIS16223: 3-Axis, +/-70g range, 22kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, 72.9kSPS

    ADIS16227: 3-Axis, +/-70g range, 22kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, FFT processing, 100kSPS

    ADIS16228: 3-Axis, +/-18g range, 5kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, FFT processing, 20kSPS, Low-noise

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  • All accelerometers are capable of measuring vibration. According to Webster's Dictionary, "to vibrate" means "to move or to cause to move back and forth rapidly."  Selection criteria for a paricular application will normally fall into two separate categories: function and performance.  Starting with function, here are some simple examples.

    ADXL001: 1-Axis, +/-70/250/500g range, 22kHz, Analog output

    ADIS16220: 1-Axis, +/-70g range, 22kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, 100kSPS

    ADIS16223: 3-Axis, +/-70g range, 22kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, 72.9kSPS

    ADIS16227: 3-Axis, +/-70g range, 22kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, FFT processing, 100kSPS

    ADIS16228: 3-Axis, +/-18g range, 5kHz, Digital output, capture buffer, FFT processing, 20kSPS, Low-noise

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