tion, 7264B, 7264C, 7264H) therefore the damage to one of the bridge arms will result in substantial resistance increases that may be different for the transducer's input and output impedance measurement values.
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64C, 7264B, 7264D, 7264H) utilize an advanced MEMS sensor with integral mechanical stops in a monolithic design. This ensures ruggedness, stability and reliability.
This series is offered in both undamped and lightly damped versions, which helps minimize phase s
cer), 7264B (hockey, football), 2228C (cricket), 2250A (baseball), the triaxial Model 65 (golf), 7255A (golf) and tennis (25B).
Common to all sports accelerometer applications is the need for small size in a rugged package that can withstand high shocks. The 35B is another g