Jewell Instruments, LLC has introduced new force-balanced low-cost Emerald Series inclinometers to their Inertial Sensors and Controls product line.
The world-leading manufacturer and distributor of sensors and controls, meters and avionics, industrial test equipment, and geophysical and geotechnical products announced the addition of their new Emerald Series low-cost inclinometer sensors, which are designed with higher accuracy than comparable MEMS sensors.
The Emerald Series inclinometers can be used for a variety of industrial and railway applications including wheel alignment, construction equipment, antenna positioning, cross rail management, and tilt safety systems.
The latest range of low cost, high precision inclinometers from Jewell are presented in a small rectangular design package with the compact size suitable for installation in areas with space constraints. The Emerald Series inclinometers can withstand up to 500g shock and offer single or dual power input.
The Emerald Series inclinometers are available in custom ranges and bandwidths to suit specific application requirements.
Brian Ward, Director of Business and Development for the Sensors and Controls product line comments that the Emerald Series is the first of many planned affordable sensor lines planned to be introduced at Jewell Instruments. These sensors can be used in a wide variety of applications allowing price conscious customers a reliable high quality sensor without having to pay the higher traditional costs of inertial sensors or sacrificing accuracy and ruggedness by using a MEMS sensor.
Jewell Instruments also provides custom solutions for a diverse group of industries including aerospace, medical, industrial and telecommunications.
Jewell Instruments is represented in Australia by Applied Measurement Australia .