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If you have a demanding molding and/or assembly job that requires the ultimate in machine orientation, Sherborne Sensors Inc. (Wyckoff, NJ) would like you to take a look at its T700 series of solid-state MEMS inclinometers. The company claims the sensors enable high-precision inclination measurements with accuracies better than 1 milliradian over angles of ±30° to ±90°.

IMM Staff

January 6, 2010

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Machine leveling to precise degree

If you have a demanding molding and/or assembly job that requires the ultimate in machine orientation, Sherborne Sensors Inc. (Wyckoff, NJ) would like you to take a look at its T700 series of solid-state MEMS inclinometers. The company claims the sensors enable high-precision inclination measurements with accuracies better than 1 milliradian over angles of ±30° to ±90°. The DC-operated unit is available in two variations designed to measure inclination proportional to sine of angle in one axis (Model T710), or dual axes at right angles (Model T720) in applications where space is at a premium.

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Unlike fluid-damped devices, air damping used in the T700 Series is essentially independent of temperature, which enables the inclinometer to perform reliably over a very wide temperature range. The T700 series also incorporates positive mechanical stops, which is said to confer good shock resistance and offer reliable over-ranging protection. —[email protected]

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