Electrolytic Tilt Sensors offer sub-arc second resolution.

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Combining ceramic materials and glass bonding techniques, hermetically sealed SH50050 Series is available in 5 angular sensing ranges from ±0.5 to ±60°. Precisely shaped, 96% alumina body provides uniform thermal stability and external reference surface for mounting. Conductivity and viscosity of electrolyte can be formulated to provide desired performance for static and dynamic applications. Operating from -54 to +125°C, sensors are suited for aerospace and industrial applications.

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SH 50050 Series Ceramic Electrolytic Tilt Sensors

The SH50050 Series of Ceramic Electrolytic Tilt Sensors from Spectron, Hauppauge, NY, combine advanced ceramic materials and glass bonding techniques with intricate design
detail, resulting in a highly accurate, rugged/compact hermetically sealed package. The precisely shaped 96% alumina body incorporates an external reference surface for
easy mounting and even heat transfer for uniform thermal stability. Excellent for both aerospace and industrial applications, they are available in five standard angular sensing ranges from +/-0.5 to +/-60 degrees. All feature sub-arc second resolution, exceptional stability, 100G shock survival, and a wide -54°C to +125°C operating temperature range (-76°C to +150°C storage). The conductivity and viscosity of the electrolyte can be formulated to provide the desired performance and response
for both static and dynamic applications.

Email = info@spectronsensors.com

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