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Sherborne Sensors has introduced the T820 series of high-precision, gravity-referenced dual-axis inclinometers for measurements in space-constrained environments such as borehole or well logging and seismic studies. The devices can withstand high levels of mechanical shock without any degradation in performance.

Available for ranges from ±14.5° to ±60°, the cylindrical inclinometers measure just 23mm in diameter and 161mm in length and are Sherborne’s smallest-diameter inclinometers. 

The T820 series includes the T823 with an environmentally sealed connector and cable system and the T825 with solder pin terminations. Both can operate from a bi-polar input voltage range of ±12 to ±18VDC or a single-ended voltage range of 9–18VDC.  

The T820 series is made from stainless steel to prevent corrosion and to reduce angular errors that can be caused by the mechanical flexibility found in alternative aluminium alloy-constructed sensors. 

According to the company, the sensors have an innovative precision angular alignment capability for increased installed resolution. The inclinometers continue to deliver precision accuracy in temperatures ranging from -18°C to +70°C and will survive temperatures down to -40°C.

Key features and specifications

  • T823 and T825 can operate from a bi-polar input voltage range of ±12 to ±18VDC or a single-ended voltage range of 9–18VDC
  • Inclinometers are available for ranges from ±14.5° to ±60°
  • They are made from stainless steel to prevent corrosion and to reduce angular errors 
  • Each device measures 23mm in diameter and 161mm in length
  • High-level output of ±5VDC is achieved for the bi-polar supplied unit and 0.5–4.5VDC for the single-ended version
  • Series performs in temperatures ranging from -18°C to +70°C and will survive temperatures down to minus 40°C

Sherborne Sensors launches T820 series of gravity-referenced dual-axis inclinometers

Sherborne Sensors has introduced the T820 series of high-precision, gravity-referenced dual-axis inclinometers for measurements in space-constrained environments such as borehole or well logging and seismic studies. The devices can withstand high levels of mechanical shock without any degradation in performance.

Available for ranges from ±14.5° to ±60°, the cylindrical inclinometers measure just 23mm in diameter and 161mm in length and are Sherborne’s smallest-diameter inclinometers. 

The T820 series includes the T823 with an environmentally sealed connector and cable system and the T825 with solder pin terminations. Both can operate from a bi-polar input voltage range of ±12 to ±18VDC or a single-ended voltage range of 9–18VDC.  

The T820 series is made from stainless steel to prevent corrosion and to reduce angular errors that can be caused by the mechanical flexibility found in alternative aluminium alloy-constructed sensors. 

According to the company, the sensors have an innovative precision angular alignment capability for increased installed resolution. The inclinometers continue to deliver precision accuracy in temperatures ranging from -18°C to +70°C and will survive temperatures down to -40°C.

Key features and specifications

  • T823 and T825 can operate from a bi-polar input voltage range of ±12 to ±18VDC or a single-ended voltage range of 9–18VDC
  • Inclinometers are available for ranges from ±14.5° to ±60°
  • They are made from stainless steel to prevent corrosion and to reduce angular errors 
  • Each device measures 23mm in diameter and 161mm in length
  • High-level output of ±5VDC is achieved for the bi-polar supplied unit and 0.5–4.5VDC for the single-ended version
  • Series performs in temperatures ranging from -18°C to +70°C and will survive temperatures down to minus 40°C

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