Additional IEPE Impact Hammers have been added to the range of general purpose hammers used for structural and modal testing
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An article written by Dino Florjancic, an aerospace engineer and DJB recommended distributor
DJB are pleased to announce the launch of our new DC MEMS accelerometer range now available.
DJB Instruments UK Ltd has announced the launch of the AF/50/5 and AF/100/10 IEPE Impedance heads which integrates an IEPE accelerometer and force sensor into one device to measure dynamic acceleration and force simultaneously.
Making an informed choice about the wireless communication standard requires a comprehensive understanding of the technology and the application. There is no ‘ideal’ wireless sensor that could be used for all plausible applications. Development of any wireless sensor requires an in-depth understanding of the environment, usage and expectations from the device
DJB Instruments (UK) Ltd are pleased to announce the first of a range of new product launches in 2017. The QV/04 in-line signal conditioner joins the QV/02 and replaces the outgoing QV/01.
It's all about finding the solution. In the more extreme applications such as turbo charger testing a unique water cooled solution enables the triaxial accelerometer to be mounted directly on the surface which can be up to 900°C
DJB has an extensive cable assembly capability offering everything from simple microdot, BNC, LEMO, SMA etc. sensor leads through to complex junction box and interface panels with a high level of customisation for individual customer needs
DJB Instruments UK Ltd has announced the addition of a new modular switchable Low/High Pass Filter to its growing product range. Available as a single channel DC powered unit or up to 9 channels in a AC/DC powered chassis.
DJB Instruments UK Ltd has announced the launch of the AT/18 ultra-lightweight micro-miniature triaxial IEPE accelerometer. The AT/18 features three fully independent ceramic shear/mass sensing elements, welded into a Titanium body to minimise risks of signal failure and cross axis issues, maintaining the highest levels of data accuracy.
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