We will be glad to assist you with detailed and individual support

The choice of suitable inertial sensors is a challenge even for experienced measurement engineers. Our experts will be glad to assist you.

Which sensor is best suited? 
Often it is not immediately clear which sensor type is needed for the measurements of the particular application. The specialists at ASC have extensive industry expertise and know what is important in choosing a sensor.

What are the different sensor technologies?
Whether analog, digital or smart: every application requires a different technology. We will help you to find the right sensor solution for your application.

Which measurement range do I need?
Are you unsure about the measurement range needed for your application? Our engineers will analyze the application with your help and then define the ideal parameters.

Are you looking for a custom solution?

Our goal is to offer you the optimal sensor for your application. We will therefore be glad to develop an entirely new solution for you. If desired, we can implement the entire engineering process – from planning through to the finalized sensor.

Always there for you, in person
At ASC you always have the same contact person, whom you can reach quickly and directly. Whenever you want information or a consultation: we take the time to assist you!

Do you require a personal consultation?

Together we will find the optimal solution for your testing or monitoring application.
Feel free to contact us. We will be glad to assist you with detailed and individual advice.

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ASC 4111LN

Uniaxial, capacitive
Measurement range: ±2 to ±400 g
Noise density: 7 to 400 µg/√Hz
Frequency range (±5 %): DC to 2000 Hz

ASC 5521MF

Triaxial, capacitive
Measurement range: ±2 to ±200 g
Noise density: 10 to 680 µg/√Hz
Frequency range (±5 %): DC to 2900 Hz