TYPE 4397

Miniature Accelerometer, DeltaTron, CCLD

Miniature accelerometer Type 4397 is designed for measurements on lightweight structures where relatively high-level, high-frequency vibrations are encountered. Delivered with cable included.

見積もり依頼

Miniature accelerometer with internal electronics CCLD is well-suited for measurements on lightweight structures where relatively high-level, high-frequency vibrations are encountered. Type 4397A uses a M3 connector.

USE SCENARIOS

  • Shock and vibration measurement
  • Vibration analysis
  • Vibration monitoring
  • Vibration test control
  • Product and quality control

The accelerometer require an external constant-current power supply and operate as voltage sources. Output signals come in the form of voltage modulation on the power supply line.

ACCELROMETER FEATURES

    Type 4397 is a DeltaTron accelerometer; this means it operates on constant-current line-drive (CCLD) ICP® principles, and features:

    – Integral preamplifiers
    – All-welded construction (withstands rough environment)
    – Delta Shear Uni-Gain® design
    – Low sensitivity to all environments
    – Individual standard-traceable calibration
    – Individual data for best fit to measured frequency response

    The DeltaTron name identifies products that operate with a constant-current power supply and give output signals in the form of voltage modulation on the power supply line. 

    Accelerometers, like Type 4397-A, are constructed to the proven Brüel & Kjær Delta Shear design with the addition of an integral DeltaTron preamplifier.

    Freq. range
    1 – 25000 Hz
    Temperature
    -50 – 125 ℃
    Weight
    2.4 gram
    Sensitivity
    1 mV/ms^-2
    Residual Noise Level in Spec Freq Range (rms) ±
    1500 µg
    Maximum Operational Level (peak)
    750 g
    Connector
    M3
    Mounting
    Stud
    Output
    CCLD
    Unigain
    No
    Triaxial
    No
    TEDS
    No
    Applications
    Miniature
    Resonance frequency
    53 kHz
    Maximum Shock Level (± peak)
    10000 g