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A sensor's high frequency usable limit is a function of the resonance of the accelerometer. The mounting method of the sensor will significantly impact its "mounted" resonance. If the mounting resonance is less than the sensor resonance, the high frequency limit of the sensor will be compromised. Each mounting method has an associated resonance. Generally, the more intimate the contact between the sensor and machine surface, the closer the "mounted" resonance and high end response will be to sensor specifications.

Tip provided by: Renard Klubnik, Applications Engineer

Meggitt Sensing Systems - Wilcoxon Research

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