Accelerometer
The TitanSMA is a strong motion accelerograph designed for high precision observational and structural engineering applications, where scientists and engineers require exceptional dynamic range over a wide frequency band

The TitanSMA features the same sensor as the Titan Accelerometer with its low noise floor, exceptionally low hysteresis, and industry leading dynamic range. The integrated digitizer and recorder facilitate both standalone and networked free-field monitoring deployments.

Ease of Use Features Include:

Civil Defense Applications

The TitanSMA provides all the necessary functionality to facilitate civil defense applications such as early warning systems and shake maps:


Specifications TitanSMA

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

TECHNOLOGY
Topology Triaxial, horizontal-verticall
Feedback Force balance with capacitive displacement transducer
Centering Electronic offset zeroing via user interface
Full-scale Range Electronically selectable range: ±4g, ±2g, ±1g, ±0.5g, ±0.25g, and ±0.125g (nominal)
Bandwidth DC to 430 Hz
Dinamic Range 166 dB @ 1 Hz over 1 Hz bandwidth155 dB, 3 to 30 Hz
Offset Electronically zeroed to within ±0.005g
Non-linearity < 0.015% total non-linearity
Hysteresis < 0.005% of full scale
Cross-axis Sensitivit < 0.5% total
Offset Temperature Horizontal sensor: 60 μg/°C, typica
Coefficient Vertical sensor: 320 μg/°C, typical
DIGITIZER PERFORMANCE & CAPABILITIES
Type True 24-bit ADC per channel, simultaneous sampling
Dynamic Range 142 dB @ 100 sps, 135 dB @ 500sps(full-scale peak to RMS shorted-input noise)
Sensitivity 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, and 64 digitizer counts per μg, ±1%
Sample Rates 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 40, 50, 80, 100, 125, 200, 250, 500, 1000, 2000 spsz
Dual Sample Rate A second sample rate can be selected from the sample rates above
Decimation Filter Selectable linear phase (non-causal) or minimum phase (causal)
Anti-alias Filters 140 dB (linear phase) or -120 dB (minimum phase) at Nyquist frequency, 0 dB at 80% Nyquist
Digital Filters -> User-configurable low-pass and high-pass  
-> 1st to 5th order, 0.1mHz to Nyquist  
-> Different filters may be configured for primary and secondary sample rates
Orientation Correctio User configurable onboard 3-D data rotation for correcting azimuth and tilt

Detailed specifications in the brochure..


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