Jewell Instruments is proud to introduce ten new families of low-cost MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) inclinometers. They are the latest additions to Jewell’s quality line of high-performance electronic tiltmeters.
Models span from 0.01° to temperature compensated 0.0008° resolution, allowing customers to match price to performance across a broad range of applications. These low-cost sensors utilize chip-based technology, consisting of a suspended mass between two capacitive plates, to cover up to ±90° full range output. Dual and single-axis models are available with analog voltage or current outputs as well as RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, and CAN bus outputs.
“This is a major expansion of our MEMS technology product offerings,” said Bill Bentley, product marketing manager. “These new sensors give us increased flexibility in matching performance and cost to the application, pushing forward our drive to be the one-stop-shop for anyone who needs to electronically measure tilt.”
The variety and affordability make the sensors a great solution for applications in industrial automation, platform leveling, antenna, and other position control applications, pitch and roll measurement, and more.
Jewell Instruments is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of inertial sensors, precision solenoids, avionics components, and panel meters. Jewell Instruments provides custom solutions for a diverse group of industries, including aerospace, medical, marine, industrial, telecommunications and rail transportation. Jewell’s Triplett test equipment product line brings over 100 years of experience providing the highest quality, most technologically advanced, rugged, and reliable products in the marketplace.