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Sherborne T700 series for ±30°

Sherborne T700 Series, single axis, ±30°

Order Code: T710-0001-±30
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Description:

Sherborne T700 MEMS Single and Dual Axis Inclinometer
The Sherborne Sensors T700 range of Solid State Inclinometers measure inclination proportional to sine of angle in one axis or two axes mutually at right angles.
Designed for operation from an unregulated DC power source, the T700 series are packaged in a robust aluminum alloy housing with an integral shielded cable connection; the shield is connected to the sensor case. The cable may be supplied with wire or optional connector.
The inclinometer utilizes advanced MEMS technology and has mechanical stops conferring excellent shock resistance.

Sherborne T700-0100 Ultra-High Accuracy, Thermally Optimized, MEMS Single and Dual Axis Inclinometer
Sherborne T700-0101 Series is derived from the Sherborne Sensors’ T700 range of Solid State Inclinometers measuring inclination proportional to sine of angle in one axis or two axes mutually at right angles.
The T710-0101 and T720-0101 inclinometers incorporate a temperature sensor by reference to which the inclinometer output may be individually characterized and subsequently corrected over its operational temperature range. A data sheet containing
the characteristic output equation is supplied with each sensor enabling errors due to zero offset, sensitivity error, linearity, thermal zero shift and thermal sensitivity shift to be minimized. By entering the supplied equation coefficients into the host operating software, cost effective
high accuracy angle sensing may be achieved.
Designed for operation from an unregulated DC power source, the T700 is packaged in a robust aluminum alloy housing with an integral shielded cable connection; the shield is connected to the sensor case. The cable
may, as an option, be fitted with an electrical connector.
The inclinometer utilizes advanced MEMS technology and has mechanical stops conferring excellent shock resistance.
The characteristic error correction equation supplied with each inclinometer for each axis takes the following format:
Angle (°) = K1F 3 + K2F 2 + K3F + K4
where:
F = Function of axis output voltage and temperature
K1 = 3rd order output coefficient
K2 = 2nd order output coefficient
K3 = 1st order output coefficient
K4 = Output constant