A/D Servo Inclinometers

Meggitt Sensing Systems’ Sensorex servo inclinometers designed to provide high-precision angular measurements.

Comments Off on A/D Servo Inclinometers June 3, 2012
by Design Engineering Staff

Meggitt Sensing Systems introduced the Sensorex SX41100 series, a high-performance servo inclinometer family featuring analog/digital outputs and a maximum linearity error of less than ±0.02% FS. With available ranges of ±1° to ±70°, the SX41100 is designed to provide an output signal proportional to the angle of measurement. The series featuring the company’s Sensorex digital hybrid compensation circuit design for inclinometers with ±5V analog, 4-20 mA, and RS232 or RS485 outputs.

Units feature built-in active digital temperature compensation, reliably operating over a temperature range of -40° to +85°C (-40° to +185°F). The sensors operate from a 9-30V unipolar power supply and feature IP65 environmental sealing. Digital versions are delivered with software and digital data transmitted in ASCII format, allowing for direct communication with a standard PC, along with user-selectable parameters of data acquisition and display.
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