Nominal sensitivity in V/m/s**2 is
To translate the Sensor Output Voltage Level and Output Type from a R-Sensors calibration sheet to Full Scale Voltage shown below, know that the Sensor Output Voltage Level is the maximum voltage for the acceleration range or clip level from a single output.
If the sensor has, for example, a single-ended (positive) output and an Output Voltage Level of 2.5V, a positive maximum acceleration would generate +2.5V. Likewise, the maximum negative acceleration would generate -2.5V. Therefore,
If the sensor has differential (a positive and negative) output and an Output Voltage Level of 2.5V, a positive maximum acceleration would generate +2.5V from the positive output and -2.5V from the negative output for a sum of +5V. Likewise, the maximum negative acceleration would generate -5V from the sum of the positive and negative outputs. Therefore,
|Manufacturer||Model||Period / Frequency||Sensitivity (V/m/s**2)||Full Scale Voltage||Clip Level||RESP Filename||Source||Comments|
|R-Sensors||MTSS-1031A||10-0.0083 s / 0.1->120 Hz||0.24465 V/M/S**2||+/-7.5V Single-ended||+/-3g||RESP.XX.NS617..BNZ.MTSS1031A.10_120.7_5VSE.3G||R-Sensors|
|R-Sensors||MTSS1031A||10-0.0083 s / 0.1->120 Hz||0.4893 V/M/S**2||+/-15V Differential||+/-3g||RESP.XX.NS618..BNZ.MTSS1031A.10_120.15VDF.3G||R-Sensors|
Mary Templeton 11/5/2019