understand from your explanation, the part will operate un-normally but not
damaged when the shock is larger than 100g and smaller than 2000g. And the
operation will become normal after the acceleration back to smaller than 100g.
is it right?
Your assessment is correct, with one exception. The shock will cause the
accelerometers to over-range and we would suggest that the linear-g
compensation be turned off. This will cause the linear-g to be ~0.013
deg/sec/g and the rectified response will be approximately 0.0001 deg/sec/g^2,
when the acceleration is below 100g.