The HT356A43/44 is PCB’s smallest triaxial ICP® accelerometers with TEDS that is suitable up to 325 ◦F (163 ◦C)

The HT356A43/44 is PCB’s smallest triaxial ICP® accelerometers with TEDS that is suitable up to 325 ◦F (163 ◦C)

PCB Piezotronics (United States) - Miniature Triaxial ICP® Accelerometers with TEDS.

Models 356A43, 356A44 and 356A45 are miniature and lightweight triaxial ICP® accelerometers that are TEDS IEEE 1451.4 enabled. The accelerometers are hermetically sealed and packaged in a 0.4 inch (10.16 mm) titanium cube that weighs 0.15 ounces (4.2 grams). These miniature triaxial accelerometers are available with three sensitivities, 10 mV/g, 50 mV/g or 100 mV/g.

Models J356A43, J356A44 and J356A45 are ground isolated to reduce electrical noise and ground loops.


  • Small size and lightweight
  • TEDS IEEE 1451.4 enabled
  • Wide frequency bandwidth
  • High resonant frequency
  • Hermetically sealed titanium housing
  • Ground isolated option


  • Modal and structural analysis
  • NVH studies on automotive parts
  • Space restricted installations
  • Drop testing and package testing
  • Small component qualification testing
  • General purpose vibration testing

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