The Endevco model 7284 series is the triaxial version of the companys popular single-axis 7280A series. It shares the same footprint, bolt pattern and highly survivable sensing system, while making high-g shock measurements across three mutually perpendicular axes. And, with a frequency response extending down to dc (steady state), the model 7284 can measure long duration transient shocks.

The robust design of the model 7284 incorporates three sensors mounted in a triaxial arrangement within a single housing. Each axis features a unique piezoresistive MEMS sensor with light gas damping to attenuate resonant amplitudes and prevent breakage in overload conditions. Because units are only lightly damped, they still accurately respond to fast rise times and short duration shock motion. All sensing elements are manufactured in-house at the Meggitt ISO9001-certified MEMS facility in Sunnyvale, California, USA.

Simple screw-mount installation with factory controlled and tested cross-axis performance makes the model 7284 much easier and more cost effective to install than three single-axis accelerometers with a mounting block. The sensor also features a robust, eight-conductor cable designed to repeatedly withstand high-g shock acceleration inputs.  Input voltage of 5V and cable length of 48 inches are standard, but both are easily configured to customer requirements.

Recommended accessories for the Endevco model 7284 series include the model 126 three-channel DC bridge amplifier, the model 136 three-channel signal conditioner and the model 436 DC differential voltage amplifier.

NOTE: Global sale of this product is subject to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and, as such, a license is required for all non-U.S. shipments, with the product also potentially subject to other restrictions on its sale and use. Consult factory for details.

For more information on the complete Endevco product line, visit www.endevco.com. For full details on all Meggitt Sensing Systems products, visit www.meggittsensingsystems.com.

About Meggitt Sensing Systems

Meggitt Sensing Systems, a Meggitt group division (www.meggitt.com),  is a leading supplier of high-performance sensing and monitoring systems for physical parameter measurements in extreme environments. It has operated since 1927 through its antecedents - ECET, Endevco,  Ferroperm Piezoceramics, Lodge Ignition, Sensorex, Vibro-Meter and Wilcoxon Research - whose portfolios form the basis of product lines offered by todays Meggitt Sensing Systems. Meggitts Endevco range of piezoelectric, piezoresistive, Isotron and variable capacitance accelerometers, piezoresistive pressure transducers, acoustic sensors,  electronic instruments and calibration systems ensure critical accuracy and reliability within aerospace, automotive, defense, industrial,  medical, power generation, R&D, space and test and measurement applications. Endevco and Isotron are registered trademarks of the Meggitt group. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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