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Miniature **Damped** Accelerometer Series offers WideRangeof Applications developed& manufactured by Kyowa ElectronicInstruments Co. Ltd., Tuesday 31 May, 2005 Presented by KYOWA Electronic Instruments Co. Ltd & ZSE GmbH MitsutakaKanehira, chief engineer

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