The silicon MEMS accelerometer incorporates integral temperature compensation that provides a stable output over a wide operating range. The three independent circuit assemblies have independent signal conditioning and can operate on common or separate power supplies. The advanced MEMS sensing elements are gas damped in order to provide a wide stable frequency response.
TE Connectivity's (TE) partnership with Andretti Technologies goes beyond the logo on cars. Learn from the Andretti team how the TE 4630A triaxial accelerometer sensors are used to measure vehicle dynamics as well as ensure driver safety.
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