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Compact & Miniature Force Balance Accelerometers

Airborne applications SA-102BHC / SA-302BHC compact and SA-102MFTB / SA-302MFTA miniature precision accelerometers operate from +24 to +32 VDC aircraft power.

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New Sensor Designed to Measure Strain on Curved Mounting Surfaces

Accuracy, ruggedness, and ease of installation found in Columbia's flight-qualified Series DTD284, DT3747 models compensate materials commonly used in aircraft structural fabrication.

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Measurements In Low Frequency Micro-G Range

High sensitivity, ultra low noise use in seismic, low level, low frequency motion studies. SA-107LN is a single axis unit and SA-207LN, and SA-307LN are two and three axis units.

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Columbia Research Labs Welcomes John Kaliscik to the Sales and Marketing Team

Gian Savona, President of Columbia Research Laboratories, is pleased to announce the addition of John Kaliscik as Sales and Marketing Manager. John brings more than 20 years of sensor design, development, product management as well as sales and marketing expertise to Columbia. Most recently, he was an engineering manager responsible for development of new sensor products and technologies. John’s focus was working directly with customers to develop application specific solutions to meet the customer requirements and ensure their success. Many of his efforts were in military and aerospace programs with demanding requirements and requiring unique qualifications. Prior to that he worked in sales, marketing and product management of sensors and was responsible for growing sales and product offerings to meet market demand.

“I am pleased to have John join the Columbia team. John’s extensive applications experience with LVDT and force-balanced accelerometers and tilt sensors makes him a good fit for the team and will bring an excellent resource to our customers.”
― Gian Savona President of Columbia Research Laboratories

John has a proven background in working with customers to supply sensing solutions to meet demanding and often unique requirements. He brings with him a wealth of application expertise that will be of great benefit to Columbia’s customers. John becomes a part of the customer’s internal team working to help them be successful. His knowledge and experience is with displacement transducers including LVDT’s and force-balanced inclinometers and accelerometers specifically. John is very excited about joining the Columbia team and is anxious to provide customers with the best accelerometer, inclinometer, piezo and strain gauge sensor solutions for their applications.

Columbia Research Laboratories, Inc. is ISO9001:2000 with Design & AS9100 Revision B certified. For more information call 1-800-813-8471; Fax: 610-872-3882; e-mail: sales@crlsensors.com

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