Murata shock sensors
Murata shock sensors

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Murata shock sensors can be used for many applications, such as consumer equipment, in-vehicle TPMS technology, and industrial systems. They improve the safety of kinds of products and equipment, and make business processes even more efficient. The quotation prices are only for your reference, contact us for the unit price. 

The Shock Sensors Based on long unique piezoelectric ceramic technology in-house, Murata shock sensors are developed unique and high performance acceleration sensors used for detecting vibration and impact (mechanical shock). 


For Consumer:

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. With a wide range of shock sensors developed for hard disk drives, Murata is now opening up new consumer markets. The keywords here are "vibration," "impact," and "tapping."

PKGS-00GXP1-R 0 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-00LDP1-R 0 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms) 
PKGS-25SXAP1-R 25 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-25WXP1-R 25 17.1 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms)
PKGS-90LDP1-R 90 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms)

For Healthcare:

Using its extensive lineup of shock sensors, Murata offers innovative solutions for detection of abnormal vibration in motors used in industrial electrical automation systems. Precision equipment manufacturers are considering the feasibility of using Murata shock sensors for data loggers, which detect and register impacts acting on their products during transport.

PKGS-00GXP1-R 0 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-00LDP1-R 0 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms) 
PKGS-25SXAP1-R 25 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-25WXP1-R 25 17.1 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-90LDP1-R 90 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms)

For Security:

SMD type shock sensors are finding a new application in the security equipment market. They help reduce the size of the equipment that detects when window glass is hit and broken. Murata's low-cost shock sensors are also used to prevent security cameras from being vandalized.

PKGS-00GXP1-R 0 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-00LDP1-R 0 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms) 
PKGS-25SXAP1-R 25 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-25WXP1-R 25 17.1 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-90LDP1-R 90 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms)

For Tire Pressure Monitoring Sysytem:

In the automotive market, shock sensors are used to reduce degradations of batteries used for TPMS modules integrated in tire valves. These sensors register tire rotation speed to wake up the TPMS system, helping extend battery life. The lineup includes automotive TPMS shock sensors with three detection angles conforming to the AEC-Q200 Standards.

PKGS-00TAV-R 0 81.6 125 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-25TA-R 25 20.9 125 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-45TAV-R 45 78.5 125 3000 (Duration 0.3ms)

For Industrial Automation:

Using its extensive lineup of shock sensors, Murata offers innovative solutions for detection of abnormal vibration in motors used in industrial electrical automation systems. Precision equipment manufacturers are considering the feasibility of using Murata shock sensors for data loggers, which detect and register impacts acting on their products during transport.

PKGS-00GXP1-R 0 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-00LDP1-R 0 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms) 
PKGS-25SXAP1-R 25 35.7 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-25WXP1-R 25 17.1 85 3000 (Duration 0.3ms) 
PKGS-90LDP1-R 90 85.7 85 1500 (Duration 0.5ms)

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