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Measure Vibration in Tight Spaces with PCB's Smallest Charge Triaxial Accelerometer

Introducing PCB Model 357A67 elevated temperature, small charge triaxial accelerometer

May 23, 2024 - Depew, NY - PCB Piezotronics (PCB®) is introducing our new Model 357A67 elevated temperature charge triaxial accelerometer. The 357A67 is PCB's smallest charge output triaxial accelerometer and can withstand temperatures as high as 500°F (260°C).

Model 357A67 features:

  • Small size 0.78 x 0.40 x 0.45 in (19.8 x 10.2 x 11.4 mm)
  • High charge output 3.0 pC/g
  • High resonant frequency ≥ 45 kHz
  • Measurement range ±1,000 g
Model 357A67


Model 357A67 is PCB's first charge output accelerometer that utilizes one multi-conductor cable assembly instead of three individual coaxial cable assemblies, reducing the installation envelope of the sensor/cable pair. This model's small size and integral M3 x 0.5 mm thread allows for ease of mounting within customer assemblies which can then be tested at temperatures up to 500°F (260°C). The rugged titanium shell is hermetically sealed with output through a 4-pin ¼-28 pin connector.

Model 357A67 can be used for many test applications involving elevated temperatures and space restrictions. Automotive applications include powertrain development and vehicle systems NVH. Aerospace & defense applications include ESS and HALT/HASS testing of satellites, as well as vibration testing in thermal vacuum environments and on small objects, small turbines, & fuel cells.

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PCB manufactures vibration, pressure, force and strain, shock, and acoustic sensors used by design engineers and predictive maintenance professionals worldwide for test, measurement, monitoring, and control requirements. Our sensors support testing in aerospace and defense, automotive, transportation, civil engineering, and general R&D industries. Primary sensing technologies include piezoelectric (ICP®), piezoresistive, and capacitive MEMS. With a worldwide customer support team, 24-hour SensorLine, and a global distribution network, PCB is committed to Total Customer Satisfaction. PCB Piezotronics is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amphenol Corporation. More info at