The Columbia Model SA-122R miniature force balance accelerometer is a lightweight sensor designed to survive severe mechanical environments without degradation to unit performance. Originally conceived as a replacement for a popular strain gage design frequently used by major aircraft manufacturers, this device has found widespread acceptance by major airframe producers.
The SA-122R eliminates the need for supplementary signal conditioners by providing a standard 0 to 5 volt low impedance output while operating from +28VDC aircraft power. The force balance design delivers accuracy and stability far superior to that which can be expected from a comparably priced strain gage system. Consult the factory for customized versions of these sensors.
Exports of accelerometers from the United States are subject to the licensing requirements of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and/or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
|Output Impedance||<1000 Ohms|
|Ranges Available||+0.5 G To +50 G|
|Output Voltage||0.2 To 4.8 VDC into 100K Load|
|Excitation||+24 To +32 VDC 25 mA Nominal|
|Sensitive Axis Alignment||1 Deg Max.|
|Scale Factor Tolerance||+1% for a given range|
|Scale Factor Temp Coefficient||0.02% / Deg C Max.|
|Zero Bias||2.5 +0.020 VDC|
|Null Temp Sensitivity||+0.25 mV / Deg C|