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Sensors to measure vibration, acoustics, force,
pressure, load, strain, shock and torque.

PCB® manufactures the largest selection of sensors and sensor accessory products worldwide. Our product lines include sensors for the measurement of acceleration, acoustics, force, load, pressure, shock, strain, torque, and vibration.

Our Products are the first choice of engineers and scientists at leading businesses, research institutions, and independent laboratories around the world.

ASC (Advanced Sensors Calibration) GmbH has its headquarters in the Bavarian town of Pfaffenhofen

and is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of capacitive, piezoelectric and piezoresistive accelerometers, angular rate sensors (gyros) and IMUs (inertial measurement units).

Rail Transport

In rail transport, ASC sensors monitor the stability of bogies and the wear and functionality of bearings, shafts, brakes and wheels. Defects can be localized faster, maintenance cycles optimized and costs reduced.

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Precision accelerometers to satisfy accurate measurement of vibration, shock, acceleration, and motion for monitoring, control, and testing applications.

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Measure longitudinal strain on machinery structures. Control press forces and other processes. Monitory quality, safety, and reliability.  Robust construction endures harsh, industrial environments.  Simple installation is noninvasive to process.  Single bolt screw or adhesive mount screw.

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We offer an array of general purpose load cell models designed to meet your complex and diverse testing needs.  All offer excellent accuracy and value, and most operate in both tension and compression.

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The technology behind our torque sensors are strain gauges.  These gauges are arranged into a Wheatstone Bridge circuit, which converts the physical, mechanical force into an electrical signal that can be filtered, displayed, and recorded for further processing.  This very accurate radiometric electrical signal is proportional to the applied mechanical force.

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Strain Gage type sensors that measure force often have a low frequency response not suitable for high repetition rate events. Typical measurements include dynamic and quasi-static forces as encountered during actuation, compression, impact, impulse, reaction, and tension.

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Pressure sensors are used for a variety of dynamic pressure measurements.  Some examples include: compression, pulsations, surges, cavitation, hydraulic and pneumatic pressure fluctuations.

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