Piezoelectric Accelerometer: Introduction
- The piezoelectric accelerometer utilizes the piezoelectric effect of certain materials to measure dynamic changes in mechanical variables such as mechanical shock, vibration, and acceleration.
- The piezoelectric accelerometer market is primarily utilized for measurement of vibration. It converts one form of energy into another to offer an electrical signal with respect to the condition, property or quantity.
- High and low impedance are the two types of piezoelectric accelerometers. High impedance accelerometers convert their charged output into a voltage using external impedance converter, and the low impedance units uses the same piezoelectric sensing element as high-impedance units.
- The piezoelectric accelerometer is widely used in machining systems, metal cutting and machine health monitoring, aerospace ejection systems, rocketry, landing gear hydraulics, shock tube instrumentation, wind tunnel and modal testing, etc.
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Rise in Demand for Piezoelectric Accelerometer Globally
- Piezoelectric accelerometers are beneficial for usage in condition monitoring and fault diagnosis in machines in order to check overall vibrations in a machine and to detect its impending problems and provide information about the machine’s health
- They are used in aerospace and flight testing to detect faults and prevent any damage created by these heavy machinery. They are also utilized to measure the vibration on gas-turbine engines in the fight and test cells.
- Piezoelectric accelerometers have a wide range of frequency response to thousands hertz, which offers a cost-effective vibration monitoring solution for military applications such as high temperature gas turbine and helicopter vibration monitoring
- Piezoelectric accelerometers are required for study of high-speed explosions and blast-waves propagation in high-end laboratories
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North America to Lead Global Piezoelectric Accelerometer Market
- North America is expected to dominate the piezoelectric accelerometers market due to the presence of large manufacturers and market players in the region
- Rise in demand for piezoelectric accelerometers in different industries, such as manufacturing, aerospace defense, and for dynamic stressing, metal cutting, shock/vibration testing, structural analysis, control systems and materials evaluation is fueling the piezoelectric accelerometer market in North America
- Asia Pacific is also rapidly adopting piezoelectric accelerometers technologies with the entry of major established players for various uses in machine control systems
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Key Players Operating in Global Piezoelectric Accelerometer Market
Key players operating in the global piezoelectric accelerometer market are:
- Meggitt Sensing Systems
- Kyowa Electronic Instruments
- Metrix Instrument
- CEC Vibration Products
- ASC sensors
- Hansford Sensors
- Honeywell International Inc.
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