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New TrueTilt Mid-Range Electrolytic Tilt Sensor Provides Highly Repeatable Mid-Range +10 Angle Measurement with a Linear Output



The Fredericks Company, a leading ISO 9001:2008 registered manufacturer of electrolytic tilt sensing and inclinometer products, has announced availability of their new 0703-1601-99 Mid-Range Single Axis Linear Output Electrolytic Tilt Sensor - a single sensor solution that very accurately measures a full tilt range while replacing legacy designs which required multiple sensors.


The newest member of the company's patented, state-of-the-art TrueTILT product line, the sensor provides a 25 angle/10 linear range, resolution is 1 arc second, and null repeat is Ј 10-arc seconds. Long-term stability over its angle and temperature range is a distinct characteristic of this sensor and its robust, field-proven all metal design provides outstanding durability as well as superior dimensional tolerances for excellent sensor-to-sensor electrical performance. It is also easily mounted and soldered to PCB's, and requires no special packaging for extreme operating conditions.


Based on an attractive unit price, the sensor is ideal for economical commercial market applications such as construction laser instruments and transits; wheel alignment equipment; geophysical and structural monitoring; machine tool/platform leveling; and medical positioning and monitoring.










John Weigner

The Fredericks Company

Tel.: 215-938-4433

Fax: 215-947-7464

E-mail: sales@frederickscom.com

Electrolytic Tilt Sensor



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