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The Model 834M1 is a low cost, board mountable triaxial accelerometer designed for high amplitude embedded shock applications.
Description: The Model 834M1 is a low cost, board mountable triaxial accelerometer designed for high amplitude embedded shock applications. The accelerometer features a maximum current consumption of 22 micro-amps and incorporates full power and signal conditioning. The model 834M1 is available in ±2000g to ±6000g ranges and provides a flat frequency response up to greater than 6kHz. The standard model 834 offers the same envelope with a lower maximum current consumption of 4 micro-amps.
Range (g): ±2000 ±6000
Sensitivity (mV/g): 0.62 0.20 ±30%
Frequency Response (Hz): 2-6000 2-6000 ±2dB
Natural Frequency (Hz): >30000 >30000
Non-Linearity (%FSO): ±2 ±2
Transverse Sensitivity (%): <8 <8
Shock Limit (g): 10000 10000
Bias Voltage (Vdc): Exc Voltage / 2 Exc Voltage / 2
Total Supply Current (µA)1: <22 <22
Excitation Voltage (Vdc): 3.3 to 5.5 3.3 to 5.5
Output Impedance (Ω): <100 <100
Insulation Resistance (MΩ): >100 >100 @100Vdc
Broadband Noise (µV): 60 30 2Hz-10kHz
Spectral Noise (mg/√Hz): 4.5 5.0 @ 10Hz
Spectral Noise (mg/√Hz): 0.65 1.0 @ 100Hz
Spectral Noise (mg/√Hz): 0.25 0.50 @ 1000Hz
Ground Isolation: Isolated from Mounting Surface
Temperature Response (%): -20/ 30 from -40°C to 125°C
Operating Temperature (°C): -40 to 125
Storage Temperature (°C): -40 to 125
Sensing Element: Ceramic (shear mode)
Case Material: Ceramic Base, Nickel Silver Cover
Weight (grams): 2.6
1A lower current consumption of 4 micro-amps is available on model 834. 2
The model 834M1 is not to be reflow soldered at high temperature, manual soldering is recommended. See application note. 3
The model 834M1 can be operated with 2.8V excitation but the full-scale range will be limited.
Calibration supplied: CS-SENS-0100 NIST Traceable Amplitude Calibration at 100Hz
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