PKGS-25SXAP1-R Murata Electronics,
Murata shock sensors find use in many computer hard disk drives. They detect impacts - for example, when the storage falls to the floor - in a fraction of a second and prevent read and write errors. Hard disk drives are fitted with 2 additional shock sensors positioned diagonally (acceleration sensors). The difference in the acceleration levels registered by both sensors is used to control rotational vibration.
|Operating Temperature Range||-40? to 85?|
|Primary Axis Inclined Angle||25°|
|Shock Resistance||3000G (0.3ms duration)|
|Sensitivity Type||Electric charge sensitivity type|
|Storage Temperature Range||-40? to 85?|