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MEMS Variable Capacitive Accelerometers
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Model 820 Shallow Water
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A Family of UAV Autopilots
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HG1120 9 DOF IMU
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LCF-300 inclinometer
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CPe-4000 series
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Tiltmeter with digital Internet output
18 January 2016

Micro HMR3601 Compass
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GG1320AN Digital Ring Laser Gyroscope
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Jewell Emerald Series inclinometer
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Impact Testing Accelerometer System From ETLG Inertial Aerosystems
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ETLG Announces Platform Tiltmeters
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Guide to choosing a suitable gyroscope
08 December 2014

Next generation Surface Mount MEMS accelerometers
09 October 2014

Honeywell Digital Compass Module HMC6343
29 May 2014

New Inclinometers from ELTG Inertial Aerosystems
12 March 2014

11 March 2014


New Geophysical/Geotechnical Tiltmeter

The Model A601-2

ETLG Inertial Aerosystems announce the A601-2 tiltmeter series as the latest instalment to the Jewell electrolytic sensor family for geophysical and geotechnical applications. This new model replaces the 520M geodetic platform tiltmeter as a more cost effective option, but without sacrificing much precision.

The dual-axis sensor has the advantage of built-in micrometer levelling legs for easy installation on any horizontal surface. With an absolute gravity referenced electrolytic sensor, the A601-2 presents precision of up to <25 nanoradians with virtually no thermal drift. The options of high and low gain ranges are offered with outputs of ±8 DC voltage (single-ended) and ±16 VDC (differential).

With such high precision and the durability of an IP50 seal rating, the A601-2 is an ideal solution for volcano monitoring, high-precision geotechnical engineering, bridge deflection monitoring, precision metrology, radar platform levelling and high-accuracy tilt monitoring applications worldwide.


08 February 2016