Wide range of Piezoelectric charge output accelerometers and IEPE (Integrated Electronic Piezoelectric) Accelerometers, supported by a full range of mounting accessories


Kemo Ltd has been manufacturing a full range of precision filters since 1965 and now boasts a global reputation for unrivalled accuracy and quality

IEPE & Charge Signal Conditioning

Our signal coniditoning solutions include Charge amplifiers, IEPE signal conditioning and other options for 4-20mA and PRT

Cable Assemblies, Connectors and Joiners

High quality low noise cable assemblies, coaxial cable assemblies, easyfit 10/32UNF and M5 microdot connectors, BNC and a range of cable adaptors are all available from stock


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Kemo Ltd – The low noise Experts

Electronic Signal Filtering and Signal Conditioning solutions since 1965

Kemo Ltd has been a global leader in the innovation, design and manufacture of electronic filters and signal conditioning instruments since 1965, during this time it has developed a reputation for the highest quality and accuracy. Over the last 56 years our range has expanded into a broader range of signal conditioning solutions for IEPE, Charge, PRT and other types of signal conditioning and amplification. In more recent times we have also introduced a wide range of low noise cables, instrumentation cables, connectors, joiners and sensor mounting accessories.

Our most recent product addition is a range of general purpose IEPE impact hammers and handheld accelerometer calibrator.

We continue to innovate and explore new opportunities to introduce new and improved products for the benefit of all our customers.

Mission statement

Our mission is to promote and support high quality signal capture to ensure engineering quality is at the forefront of product design, production and operation for all our customers.

Vision statment

Our vision is to ensure the future of engineering knowledge and understanding remains at the highest level