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  • The benefits of a Force-Balanced Sensor

    The benefits of a Force-Balanced Sensor

    Your project needs the precision to monitor movement as fine as 1 µG or µradian, but there will also be a lot surrounding noise and vibration that you don’t want to interfere with your readings. If you’re working on ...

  • Determining the Right Cable Length and Output for a Sensor

    Determining the Right Cable Length and Output for a Sensor

    If you’re monitoring a bridge or automating a machine, a high precision sensor is a great solution, but it’s no good if the output signal can’t reach the data logger. Depending on what you need to measure and what environment ...

  • How to identify the resolution & accuracy of a sensor

    How to identify the resolution & accuracy of a sensor

    When it comes to measuring things like slope stability, bridge sag and sway or the control of a high speed train, nothing is more important than precision. It’s always a microradian or micro g that can mean the difference between a normal day ...

  • When Acceleration Acts on an Inclinometer

    When Acceleration Acts on an Inclinometer

    High precision inclinometers are vital to provide feedback on the tilt of a plethora of applications, but what happens when it is placed in an environment that includes linear motion? Many applications will put some acceleration on an inclinometer ...

  • Should Your Sensor Have A Connector Or Pin Terminals?

    Should Your Sensor Have A Connector Or Pin Terminals?

    When it comes to measuring the activity of your project, it’s nice to have options. High precision sensors can offer plenty of selections from the range of your measurements to the output of your readings, but a sensor is only as good at its ...