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News

The latest news from DJB Instruments UK Ltd

New Tapped Base Miniature Triaxial Accelerometer Launched

DJB Instruments is pleased to announce the launch of a new version of the popular miniature triaxial accelerometer, the AT/10 IEPE type and AT/01 charge type. These low mass miniature triaxials accommodate a tapped base for removable stud mounting.

New Impedance Head Launched

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.

Wireless Miniature Piezoelectric Accelerometers – The Holy Grail?

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

Specialist Cable Assemblies - Anything IS possible  

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 Launch New Modular Low/High Pass Filter

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 Launches Micro Miniature triaxial IEPE accelerometer up to 200°C

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.