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141 – Tri-axial Accelerometer Calibration – TSD109 series or SS26/27

Tri-axial accelerometers are high-level output transducers requiring no additional amplification since the amplifier is built into the transducer. They provide three outputs, each simultaneously measuring acceleration in the X, Y, and Z direction. They connect directly to the AMI100D Amplifier Module Interface—released in 2019—and the older HLT100C High-Level Transducer module or TEL100C module; check connection compatibility by specific part number, including suffix.

Precise acceleration measurements can be obtained with the equipment and scaling parameters detailed in this application note.

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