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Sherborne Sensors has been selected by global defence, aerospace and security company BAE Systems to supply two custom variants of its A263 series servo accelerometers.

The contract follows the decision by the Sultanate of Oman to purchase 12 Typhoon and eight Hawk Advanced Jet Trainer (AJT) aircraft.

The Hawk is currently being used to train pilots for 21 of the world’s air forces, and is one of the most successful and proven AJT aircraft in the world. Sherborne Sensors’ flight-qualified accelerometers have been ordered under a sole source of supply contract by BAE Systems, and will be used within the health and usage monitoring systems (HUMS) of the Hawks.

Sherborne Sensors’ A260 series servo accelerometers have provision for an optional active filter with low output impedance, and 1g bias circuitry for vertical mounting to offset acceleration due to gravity. Flight-qualified versions are available in ranges from ±1g to ±20g.

The sensors deliver high resolution down to 0.05mg, and support a wide operational temperature range from –55°C to +95°C.

Click on the link above to download the data sheet for the A260 series of servo accelerometers.

Key benefits of product application

  • Sherborne Sensors managing director, Mike Baker, said: ‘Our accelerometers are renowned for their precision, repeatability, and survivability and are employed across a wide range of military aircraft platforms.’
  • Sherborne Sensors can customise any of its wide range of products to conform to specific customer requirements.
  • All Sherborne Sensors’ products are thoroughly tested and calibrated to international standards at the factory prior to shipment and are accompanied by a guaranteed on‐time delivery programme.

Sherborne Sensors A263 accelerometers are selected for military aircraft platform

Sherborne Sensors has been selected by global defence, aerospace and security company BAE Systems to supply two custom variants of its A263 series servo accelerometers.

The contract follows the decision by the Sultanate of Oman to purchase 12 Typhoon and eight Hawk Advanced Jet Trainer (AJT) aircraft.

The Hawk is currently being used to train pilots for 21 of the world’s air forces, and is one of the most successful and proven AJT aircraft in the world. Sherborne Sensors’ flight-qualified accelerometers have been ordered under a sole source of supply contract by BAE Systems, and will be used within the health and usage monitoring systems (HUMS) of the Hawks.

Sherborne Sensors’ A260 series servo accelerometers have provision for an optional active filter with low output impedance, and 1g bias circuitry for vertical mounting to offset acceleration due to gravity. Flight-qualified versions are available in ranges from ±1g to ±20g.

The sensors deliver high resolution down to 0.05mg, and support a wide operational temperature range from –55°C to +95°C.

Click on the link above to download the data sheet for the A260 series of servo accelerometers.

Key benefits of product application

  • Sherborne Sensors managing director, Mike Baker, said: ‘Our accelerometers are renowned for their precision, repeatability, and survivability and are employed across a wide range of military aircraft platforms.’
  • Sherborne Sensors can customise any of its wide range of products to conform to specific customer requirements.
  • All Sherborne Sensors’ products are thoroughly tested and calibrated to international standards at the factory prior to shipment and are accompanied by a guaranteed on‐time delivery programme.

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