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What is the relation between gs

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There are three kind of g that i dont understand relation between them
In most datasheets i can only see vibration and shock but in some of them i see acceleration g

My question is
How can i get g acceleration from other ones and is there any relation between them?
 

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Hi,

A bit more context please.
* Which documents do you refer to? Which datasheets?
* which "three kinds of g" are you talking about

It seems to be just a physics / mathematics question. Not electronics related at all.

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Hi,

you take effort to show only very tiny informations. Why? Why not giving a link to the whole datasheet?

Still I don´t know whether this is an acceleration sensor question or a device question.
If a device question, that maybe causes malfunctionn depending ong g force.....
but not only g force counts for malfunction but also time. And frequency is a measure of time. Indeed f = 1/t.

Imagine you standing in a bus. if the bus brakes for a very short time, just a tiny part of a second, then you move forward just a few centimeters.
But if the bus brakes with the same strength (g-force) but for several seconds, it may make you move forward for several meters. Maybe until the front screen. Impact, hurt.

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They can change to each other
I saw a gui that the operator put the acceleration an it change to vibration
Or almolitude and time
 

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