Sherborne Sensors (Wyckoff, NJ) has introduced the T835 Series gravity-referenced tri-axial inclinometer for challenging and space constrained environments. Available in angular ranges ±14.5° to ±60°, and measuring 25.4 mm in diameter, the unit is manufactured from aerospace-quality stainless steel for measurement in confined areas such as borehole applications and seismic studies. The inclinometer can also survive and operate in temperatures from -4 to 158 ºF. The sensor system withstands mechanical shock up to 1000 g, and is sealed to IP67.
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