The LSO — a high-precision, gravity-referenced servo inclinometer — can be employed in an extensive range of military and industrial applications. Models come in different angular ranges, each with low-impedance output signals.
Solder pins (LSOP) or a 6-way bayonet lock connector (LSOC) is used for electrical terminations. It is highly robust and endures shocks of over 1500 g. The design is well established with several thousand in use globally in the most taxing applications.
- High-level DC output signal that is proportional to the sine of the tilt angle
- Available in ranges from ±1° to ±90°
- Very robust and endures a shock of 1500 g
- Completely self-contained — it can be connected to a DC power source and a control or readout device to obtain a complete operating system
- Ballast transfer systems for marine applications such as ships, offshore barges and others
- Can be used for dam and rock shifts, bore-hole mapping, and other seismic, geophysical, and civil engineering studies
- Installation of large machinery and other electronic level applications
- Level control and calibration systems
- Setting tilt of grading machines, pipeline leveling, crane overturning-moment alarms, and other heavy-duty construction control demands
High-Precision Inclinometer for Industrial and Military Applications
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