The Model 802 DeepWater Series is the fully submersible cousin of our Model 801 Tuff Tilt Series. Performance features are the same, but the DeepWater housing is machined from a solid piece of 316 stainless steel and incorporates a high-pressure neoprene connector. The pressure rating is 250 bars (2500 meters depth). Higher-pressure versions may be special ordered. Temperature rating is governed by the neoprene connector. Wider temperature range is available with other connector types. Units are available in a variety of configurations including single axis (uniaxial), or dual-axis (biaxial), analog, digital, or 4-20mA outputs.
The model 820 Shallow Water is a high-precision submersible tiltmeter for use in fresh and saltwater applications. Using an absolute gravity-referenced electrolytic sensor, the 820 delivers superior measurement accuracy with virtually no long-term drift. High-gain units are sensitive to <0.0017 mm/m or better. Output options include analog (±5 VDC, ±10 VDC), current (4-20mA), and digital (RS-232 and RS-422). All units are rated to 200 meters (656.2 ft) waterproof for advanced protection from the elements. Use the 820 “Shallow Water” for structural monitoring, angle measurement and control, platform leveling, and more.
The Tulip-SC is a precision 4-20mA signal conditioning card for use with all Jewell Instruments miniature tilt sensors. Each TulipSC card operates one single-axis tilt sensor. Tilt output is measured as a 4-20mA output. The Tulip-SC is current loop-powered, so measurements can be made over long cable lengths using an economical 2-wire pair. Units also come with an onboard thermistor for measuring temperature.