DJB Instruments (UK) Ltd is pleased to annouce the launch of the new A/123/B cube monoaxial Piezotroinc accelerometer, which forms part of the hugely successful A/123 range of IEPE accelerometers.
DJB are pleased to confirm their expansion into the USA with an exclusive distribution deal with Skorchtek LLC
After years of use can you still see the serial numbers on your accelerometer?
Most manufacturers choose to laser engrave. DJB hears again and again this just doesn't work in the long term.
The latest miniature monoaxial accelerometer, the A/123 (IEPE) and the A/23 (PE charge) is now available with a tapped base.
DJB Instruments (UK) Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of James Wren as Sales & Marketing Manager.
The opening of the China office is the first of a number of new announcements including new products, staff and further overseas office expansions.
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.
DJB Instruments (UK) Ltd is setting a new standard for the low cost industrial accelerometer marketplace by introducing a new design and build of their A/140 range, using their unique Konic Shear® technology.
An insight into the day to day happenings at DJB to share a little of our passion in the work we do in the world of vibration.
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