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The servo force balance accelerometer oﬀers signiﬁcant performance and accuracy advantages. This fact is evident by their extensive use in applica ons requiring 0.1% or be er overall accuracy. Unlike conven onal accelerometers, the servo type contains a freely suspended mass constrained by an electrical equivalent mechanical spring. There are two classes of servo force balance accelerometers: the pendulous type, having an unbalanced pivo ng mass with angular displacement, and the non‐pendulous type, having a mass which is displaced linearly. The behavior of all accelerometers is explained by Newton’s second law of mo on: Force equals mass mes accelera on.
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