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Sherborne Sensors Re-Launches DSIC Digital Servo Inclinometers

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Sherborne Sensors has re-launched its DSIC digital servo inclinometers due to continued demand from its customers, the company says. The DSIC Series is a range of single and dual-axis gravity referenced digital output servo inclinometers with total error band of less than 0.08 degrees over a temperature range of -20 degrees Celsius to +70 degrees. The sensors are suitable for use in a wide variety of industrial and military applications where high precision angular measurements are required and high levels of vibration and mechanical shock up to 1,250g may be experienced.

Output bandwidth ranges are configurable to 20Hz with options for custom connectors and electrical filters. The DSIC employs a servo-inclinometer element to sense inclination to a very high accuracy with almost zero hysteresis. Internal temperature and linearity compensation is programmed into the DSI during calibration.

The sensors incorporate dynamic filtering to eliminate unwanted vibration and noise, as well as to ensure rapid response times. A low-pass filter with a 3dB cut-off frequency at 20Hz is designed to ensure a 40dB per decade attenuation. The dynamic filter also accommodates low cut-off frequencies for vibration rejection.

For more information, visit Sherborne Sensors.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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