Digital servo inclinometers

  • 09-Jun-2010 11:43 EDT

Sherborne Sensors’ DSIC series of robust, high-precision single- and dual-axis digital servo inclinometers offers RS485 ASCII digital output and built-in active temperature compensation, with a total error band of just 0.08° from true input angle, for high-precision tilt measurements over an operating range of -20 to +70°C. Available in ranges of ±15° to ±60° and rugged to 1500 g mechanical shock, the series incorporates a servo-inclinometer element and 19-bit analog-to-digital conversion capabilities to sense inclination to a high degree of accuracy with near-zero hysteresis and better than 0.001° resolution. Units incorporate dynamic filtering to eliminate unwanted vibration and noise, also facilitating fast response times. Applications include gun fire control, platform leveling, antenna control, geophysical, level control and calibration, or anywhere precision angular measurements are required over a wide temperature range.

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