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Accelerometers

An accelerometer is a sensor or transducer that measures the rate of change of velocity of an object, or in simpler terms, it measures acceleration. Accelerometers are widely used in various electronic devices to detect and measure the acceleration forces acting on the device in different directions. Learn more about accelerometers →

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Arkwright Technologies Pty. Ltd.
Arkwright Technologies Pty. Ltd. - Hawthorndene, Australia
Specializes in the development of custom fiber optic sensing systems. Designs and manufactures application specific fiber Bragg grating sensors. Temperature independent, highly sensitive FBG pressure and force sensors provide output with temperature as well as pressure and force data from the same location.
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ACEINNA - Tewksbury, MA
Acuity Laser - Portland, OR
AtGrating Technologies Co. Ltd. - Shenzhen, China
Eluox Automation - Chengdu, China
First Sensor Inc. - Westlake Village, CA
HBK FiberSensing S.A., Optical Business - Maia, Portugal
Micro-Hybrid Electronic GmbH - Hermsdorf, Germany
Micronor Sensors Inc. - Ventura, CA
PCE Instruments UK Ltd. - Manchester, United Kingdom
Piezo Technologies - Indianapolis, IN
Sherborne Sensors Ltd. - Lynnfield, MA
Somni Solutions - Delft, Netherlands
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  • accelerometer An accelerometer is a sensor or transducer that measures the rate of change of velocity of an object, or in simpler terms, it measures acceleration. Accelerometers are widely used in various electronic devices to detect and measure the acceleration...
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