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acceleration measurement devices


Measurement devices:

accelerograph  |  accelerometer  |  capacitive accelerometer  |  gravity gradiometer  |  linear accelerometer  |  MEMS accelerometer  |  omnidirectional accelerometer  |  triaxial accelerometer  |  actigraph  |  PIGA accelerometer  |  metrosphere  |  piezoelectric sensor   (total:  12)


Description:

accelerograph | A device that consists of a strong motion seismograph or an earthquake accelerometer.\naccelerometer (generic) | A device that measures proper acceleration.\ncapacitive accelerometer | A device that measures proper acceleration by detecting changes in capacitance due to shifting of capacitive plates.\ngravity gradiometer | A device used measure the gradient in gravitational acceleration.\nlinear accelerometer | A device that measures proper acceleration along a single axis.\nMEMS accelerometer | A device that measures acceleration using micrometer scale sensors.\nomnidirectional accelerometer | A device that measures proper acceleration in any direction.\ntriaxial accelerometer | A device that measures proper acceleration in three orthogonal directions.\nactigraph | A device worn by a patient to measure gross motor activity.\nPIGA accelerometer | A type of accelerometer that can measure acceleration and simultaneously integrates this acceleration against time to produce a speed measure as well.\nmetrosphere | A theoretical device which incorporates the functions of clock, rod, nonrotating platform, and accelerometer, and whose operation depends on the properties of light rays and free particles.\npiezoelectric sensor | A device that uses the piezoelectric effect to measure changes in pressure, acceleration, strain, or force by converting them to an electrical charge.

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