PCB’s engineering staff is experienced in design of sensors, cables, and signal conditioning for flight test applications. Our long standing commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction includes our willingness to devote engineering and manufacturing resources to the unique and challenging requirements of flight test. This allows us to quickly and efficiently modify sensors and electronics for specific flight requirements.
Through decades of collaboration with flight test engineers, PCB® has developed a set of sensors and signal conditioners tailored to flight test’s demanding environments. PCB® offers a wide array of MEMS DC response, piezoelectric charge and ICP® accelerometers, microphones, pressure sensors, force sensors, and load cells. In addition, an assortment of torque sensors and high-sensitivity strain gauges are also available.
PCB’s sensors operate over the wide range of aerospace temperatures, with some capable of operating over much wider extremes and radiation tolerant accelerometers for space applications. Sensors can be customized to include built-in filtering to customer specified values and to protect integral amplifiers. Many of our sensors operate from 28 VDC aircraft power and the majority of manufacturers of airborne telemetry systems provide ICP® compatible constant current power supplies. <