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When space isn’t a premium, the sensor can be fitted into a mounting adapter. Internally these provide the required level of mounting accuracy, whilst externally they can be fitted into a much less precisely toleranced mounting bore. When the mounting location space is restricted, the sensor can be located in an appropriately dimensioned mounting bore, and then held in place with amounting nut, or connecting nipple onto which the cable is then attached. Piezoelectric sensors generate a tiny charge, in the order of pico Coulombs. For this reason only high impedance cables can be used to connect the sensor to a charge amplifier.
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