The Fredericks Co.'s new 0703-1601-99
Mid-Range Single-Axis Linear Output Electrolytic Tilt Sensor is a single sensor
solution that accurately measures a full tilt range while replacing legacy
designs which required multiple sensors.
The newest member of the company's patented TrueTILT product line, the sensor
provides a ±25 degree angle/±10 degree linear range, resolution is 1 arc sec, and null
repeat is = 10-arc sec.
The sensor is ideal for economical
commercial market applications such as construction laser instruments and
transits; wheel alignment equipment; geophysical and structural monitoring;
machine tool/platform leveling; and medical positioning and monitoring.
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