AccelerometerS / Vibration Sensors

An accelerometer uses a spring‐mass system to generate a force proportional to the vibration responding to a wide range of research and industry test applications. B&K accelerometers provide piezoelectric charge accelerometers and CCLD accelerometers featuring ICP©, DeltaTron™, and TEDS technology - enabling easy setup and consistent measurement results. With both single-axis and three-axis (triaxial accelerometer) configuration parameters, the adaptability of our accelerometers is extensive. Get in touch with our expert sales for choosing the most suitable accelerometer for your application.

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Hz
C
mV or pC/ms^2
g
gram

ACCELEROMETER TECHNOLOGY
Back in 1943, the company founder, Per V. Brüel, developed the world's first commercial piezoelectric accelerometer from Rochelle salt crystals. In continouation, the DeltaShear, OrthoShear and ThetaShear piezoelectric designs, on which most of today's accelerometers are based on, are all invented by Brüel & Kjær.


CHOOSING YOUR ACCELEROMETER
Watch this video to learn about the most important specifications, and how to select the right accelerometer: