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Sherborne Sensor's new Series T233/5 servo inclinometers

Sherborne Sensors debuts series T233/5 compact, dual axis, gravity-referenced servo inclinometers

Sherborne Sensors Limited (Sherborne) has announced the North American debut of its Series T233/5, a family of compact, dual axis (x and y), gravity referenced servo inclinometers, designed for use in aggressive military, commercial and industrial applications where a high level of accuracy and resolution is required. Series T233/5 offers a ± 15 VDC input voltage, and ± 5 VDC output signal, with self-test on both axes.  Units are capable to a resolution of 0.1 arc second.  Each axis is fully conditioned, with total electrical isolation between axes.  Models are silicone oil and electric damped, and available in ranges from ±1° to ±90°.  Series T233/5 offers either solder pin leads or a connector as standard, and delivers a complete, cost effective, high-accuracy measurement system.

Press release issued by Sherborne Sensors Ltd. on June 3, 2009


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Sherborne Sensors Ltd. Transducers, Accelerometers, Inclinometers


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