Vibration Sensors

Vibration sensors, also known as piezoelectric sensors, are versatile tools for the measurement of various processes. These sensors use the piezoelectric effect, which measure changes in pressure, acceleration, temperature, strain or force by converting them to an electrical charge. A vibration sensor can also be used to determine aromas in the air by simultaneously measuring resonance and capacitance.

Who would use a piezoelectric sensor?

  • Medical industry
  • Engineers
  • Vehicle designers
  • Nuclear Technicians
  • Different types

  • Ohms rating differs for contact resistance
  • Various sizes are available
  • Maximum vibration reading can hit 29400 m/s²

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Description Price Maximum Shock / Vibration Maximum Current Maximum AC Voltage Maximum DC Voltage Contact Resistance Switching Frequency Length Width Depth Minimum Operating Temperature Maximum Operating Temperature Dimensions Hazardous Area Certification
RS Stock No. 818-6947
Mfr. Part No.CMSS 200-02-SL
1 Box of 2
- - - - - - - 33.66mm 68.26mm -20°C +85°C 33.66 (Dia.) x 68.26 mm -