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Implantable Accelerometer from Endevco


Implantable Accelerometer from Endevco
Endevco Corp.
June 15, 2007

The Model 40366 from Endevco Corp., San Juan Capistrano, CA, is a variable capacitance silicon MEMS device designed for use in implantable devices such as rate-responsive heart pacemakers and defibrillators. The sensor is hermetically sealed with a shear bond strength of 1 kg and has <0.035 pF repeatability, 40 Hz frequency response, <1% linearity, <1% transverse sensitivity, and over-range stops to eliminate electrostatic sticking when the accelerometer is over ranged. The SMT footprint is 2.05 by 2.90 mm. The sensor is configured as a 3-terminal half-bridge; acceleration through the oblate axis causes one capacitor to increase in value as the other decreases, and air damping creates an over-damped inertial system.


CONTACT INFO

CompanyEndevco Corp.
CountryUnited States (USA)
Emailbruce.lent@meggitt.com
Phone888-363-3826/949-493-8181
Fax949-661-7231
URLhttp://www.endevco.com/



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