Low bandwidth Accelerometers

KA Low Bandwidth Accelerometeres

The Low Bandwidth Accelerometers are designed for true inertial measurements on race vehicles or automotive test vehicles. The use of low bandwidth sensing elements ensures that high frequency vibration from transmission components or similar do not affect the measurements. Therefore allowing only lower frequency components to be detected and measured. 

KAT Low Bandwidth (Chassis) Accelerometer
KAT Low Bandwidth (Chassis) Accelerometer

The KAT Series of low bandwidth accelerometers offer a compact and rugged solution for the motorsport and automotive testing industries with integral signal conditioning to give a standard signal of 0.5V to 4.5V which is ideal for most data acquisition systems.  The low bandwidth sensor eliminates high frequency chassis vibrations, therefore allowing low frequency events to be detected and measured.

Typical applications include: Braking - Suspension Test - Aero Performance - Structural Analysis - Launch Control

  • Miniature Size
  • ±2g to ±10g Range
  • 0 to 20 HZ Bandwidth
  • Ruggedized Construction
  • 3 Axis of Measurement
  • ±20000 Over Range
KATD 1 and 2 Axis (Dual) Low Bandwidth Accelerometer
KATD 1 and 2 Axis (Dual) Low Bandwidth Accelerometer

The KATD Series of single or dual axis accelerometers are designed for true inertial measurements on race vehicles or automotive test vehicles. The use of low bandwidth sensing elements ensures that high frequency vibration from transmission components or similar do not affect the measurements. Therefore allowing only lower frequency components to be detected and measured. The sensors offer 2 axes of measurement with integral signal conditioning to give a standard signal of 0.5 to 4.5V which is ideal for most data acquisition systems.

Typical applications include: Aero Performance - Launch Control - Track Mapping - Lean Angle – Cornering – Braking

  • Miniature Size
  • ±2g to ±10g
  • 2 Axis Output
  • 0 to 20Hz Bandwidth
  • ±20,000g Over Range
  • Built-in Amplifier