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Parker ACC50

Sensor Condition Monitoring 0-5Vdc Output Accelerometer.

The  Parker ACC50 is a 0-5 Vdc output accelerometer and has a variety of uses for mobile hydraulic applications. The ACC50 can be used to sense vibration, impact, tilt and motion of the equipment where it is mounted. The measuring range is +/- 1.5 G. The sensor has twelve inch leads with an attached Deutsch connector.The ACC50 has a glass-filled nylon plastic construction for sturdiness and corrosion resistance. The sensor uses micro-machined technology for trouble free operation. The sensor is very robust and able to withstand rugged applications.

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Specifications

Mechanical

Range +/- 1.5 G +/-3.5% error
Housing Material Glass-filled nylon plastic Corrosion resistance
Size - -
Height 14.7mm -
Length 31.8mm -
Width 54.1mm Insert style dependent
Mounting Vertical (bump, drop) Horizontal (bump, tilt) Large mounting holes
Weight 62 g -

Electrical

Input 5Vdc Max 10 mA
Output 0.5-4.5Vdc -
Electrical Protection - -
Over-Voltage Y -
Reserve-Voltage Y -
Output Short-Circuit Protected Y -
Connections 3 PIN DTm on 300mm lead wire -
LED Indicators None -
Resolution Controller dependent -

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range −40°C to +125°C -
Storage Temperature Range −40°C to +125°C -
Humidity - -
Protection Class IP67 -
Vibration 30 Gs -
Shock 50 Gs -

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