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An accelerometer is a device that detects a structure’s vibration or acceleration of motion. The mass “squeezes” the piezoelectric material as a result of vibration or a change in motion (acceleration), resulting in an electrical charge proportional to the force placed on it.
Through axis-based motion sensing, accelerometers enable smartphones and other mobile devices to sense their own orientation. Navigation systems, motion-sensitive video game controllers and smartphones, earthquake detectors, and bionic limbs are all examples of where they’re used. They can now be used in cardiovascular disease monitoring systems as well as ultra-sensitive wearable and portable motion-capture technologies thanks to recent advancements.
The Europe Accelerometer Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
At the International Machine Vibration Analysis Conference (IMVAC) in Antwerp, Belgium, Hansford Sensors will showcase its latest products, including the recently announced HS-173R tri-axial vibration sensor, which can provide simultaneous measurement in three axes. The HS-173R is intended for use with current route-based and stand-alone data collectors that require multichannel inputs from vibration sensors that are permanently or temporarily placed. The device produces a highly dependable, small, and light accelerometer.
The Tronics AXO315 is a small high-performance 1-axis closed-loop MEMS accelerometer with a 24-bit digital SPI interface and SMD package that outperforms commercial MEMS sensors and simplifies integration, according to TDK Corporation.
Honeywell has announced the release of a new accelerometer that offers great performance and durability in a tiny, rugged, and low-cost package. The MV60 micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) accelerometer is intended for aerospace and defence applications, but it might also be used in industrial and maritime applications that demand high-precision, navigation-grade accelerometers that are tiny, lightweight, and consume minimal power.
The iXal A5, the firm’s first navigation-grade accelerometer specialised to high-performance applications, has been launched by iXblue, a global high-tech company focusing on the design and development of innovative navigation and positioning solutions.
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