Bruel and Kjaer is launching a new version of its accelerometer and conditioning product catalogue to showcase its latest product range including the versatile DC-response accelerometers.
These micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) DC-response accelerometers are designed to be robust and are suitable for testing dynamic acceleration effects on a number of applications, from automotive to aerospace. They can withstand high mechanical shocks of up to 10,000g and have been gas-damped, which makes them resistant to temperatures ranging from ""54 to +121degC.
Suitable for measuring low-frequency, motion and the tilt of objects under constant force, the DC accelerometers can be used for studying acceleration effects within many industries including aerospace (for testing aircraft, missiles, helicopters and satellites) and automotive manufacturers (for testing airbags and seats). They are also suitable for railways, ground transport testing, structural testing and even for studies on whole-body motion.
Bruel and Kjaer's DC-response accelerometers are individually calibrated to provide a specified frequency range and offer two operating temperature ranges to suit customer requirements.
Along with the catalogues and other literature designed for customer support, Bruel and Kjaer offers free interactive training sessions called WebEx.
The online courses run throughout the year with topics such as human vibration and PULSE User Training. WebEx seminars can be viewed at www.bksv.co.uk/?ID=3550.
The company also runs training courses throughout the year. The full 2008 calendar is available at www.bksv.co.uk/default.asp?ID=3506.
For a copy of the new accelerometer and conditioning catalogue, please contact email@example.com.