Colibrys (Switzerland) Ltd. has announced today the release of its VS9005.D, a new ±5g range MEMS vibration sensor, complementing its existing family of +/-2g to +/-200g products targeted for applications in the industrial and instrumentation markets.
The VS9005.D is designed to offer to Colibrys customers a new alternative to existing selection of VS9002.D and VS9010.D products dedicated in low g range and low frequency vibration measurements.
According to Philippe Krebs, Product Line Manager at Colibrys, “the VS9005.D offers optimal performances for applications in environments characterized by low levels of vibration and shock such as security and comfort. The ±5g product features a wide frequency response from DC to 1’700 Hz and a high signal to noise ratio, which ensure very good resolution in band. Typical concrete examples of applications are aerospace and automotive testing, railway and process control or monitoring of vibration for industrial security and control. This new product strengthens Colibrys’ position as the world leading supplier of MEMS accelerometers for vibration, shock and condition monitoring applications”.
This product benefits from the specialised knowledge and applications experience of Colibrys accelerometers in term of reliability for harsh environments and safety critical applications.
About COLIBRYS – Smart Sensing Solutions
Colibrys, new company of the group Sagem (Safran), is a world-leading supplier of standard and semi-custom MEMS based motion sensors to the harsh-environments (Military, Aerospace and Energy) and safety critical (Industrial and Instrumentation) applications. COLIBRYS family of motion sensors include extremely low noise, shock resistant seismic sensors, high stability shock tolerant inertial and shock accelerometers tilt sensors as well as DC coupled capacitive vibration sensors. COLIBRYS is based in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. For more information: www.colibrys.com
About MEMS Technology
MEMS (Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems) are highly miniaturized devices that integrate a number of functions including fluidics, optics, mechanics and electronics on a single silicon chip using techniques similar to traditional integrated circuit process technology. MEMS merge sensing, actuating, and computing into miniature systems that enable enhanced levels of perception, control and performance.
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