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'[EE] Re: AcceleroMeter (looking)'
2005\07\13@101227 by Vasile Surducan

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On 7/13/05, Mateusz Goÿffffb3ÿffffb9bek <spam_OUTmat_euszTakeThisOuTspamyahoo.com> wrote:
> I am looking accelerometer (vibroMeter) for checking vibration on CNC
> machine(there must be posibility controling vibrtion separatlly in x y and z
> direction). During last view weeks i have noticed that you have speak at
> little about this. Could anybody adviece me where can i buy Cheap
> accelerometers ( that would be great to find small company who is
> specializing in this type of meserment compontnts).
> Abybody could advice me something ?

 I think you don't need an accelerometer if you are interested only
in vibration detection on every axes of your CNC. Usualy a right
positioned piezoelectric sensor may give you some complete
informations about vibrations.

best regards,

2005\07\13@134110 by Vic Fraenckel

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Take a look at the Freescale 7260Q tri-axial acceleromenter at
http://www.freescale.com/ (where else?). This is a programmable device (1.5,
2, 6 etc gees) that might fit the bill for you.

HTH

Vic
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2005\07\14@012816 by Mateusz Goÿffffb3ÿffffb9bek

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Thanks Vic
tis is exactlly this what i need. By the way i have checked also Texas instruments catalog but as i see only Freescale have such modul with complet software :)
thanks

Vic Fraenckel <.....victorfKILLspamspam@spam@windreader.com> wrote:
Take a look at the Freescale 7260Q tri-axial acceleromenter at
http://www.freescale.com/ (where else?). This is a programmable device (1.5,
2, 6 etc gees) that might fit the bill for you.

HTH

Vic
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Victor Fraenckel - The Windman
victorf ATSIGN windreader DOTcom
KC2GUI

Home of the WindReader Electronic Theodolite
Read the WIND


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