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Rugged inclinometer stands up to heavyweight applications.

Sherborne Sensors' T333 Series gravity referenced, tri-axial linear servo inclinometer is designed for commercial, industrial and military applications where high accuracy and robustness are wanted.

Extremely rugged and designed with both electronic and hydro-dynamic damping, the T333 Series can withstand high levels of vibration and mechanical shock up to 1500g. It has an operating temperature range of -18 to 70[degrees]C and a survival temperature range of - 40 to 70[degrees]C.

The T333 is self-contained with electrical terminations via a multi-pin electrical connector and can be connected to a DC power source and readout or control device. Each axis of the T333 is isolated and available in ranges from +/-3[degrees] to +/-90[degrees]C.

Sherborne Sensors can customise all its inclinometers and manufacture to comply with customer requirements within its AS9100C Quality Management System.

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Title Annotation:Technology; Sherborne Sensors' T333 Series
Publication:Environmental Engineering
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Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Dec 1, 2012
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