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  • History Lesson: Importance of the Inclinometer for Flight
    Orville and Wilbur Wright may have never found success if not for the inclinometer. Their original aircraft designs were missing a critical piece of innovation that was being used by foresters and other industry pioneers. This simple device is known as an inclinometer (or slip indicator). The 1902
  • Applications for Inclinometers in the Shipbuilding Industry
    Inclinometers are a specialized family of instruments used to measure tilt, elevation, and depression and these tools have applications in a wide array of industries from forestry to manufacturing and aerospace applications.
  • Electronic Inclinometers
    When tilted around the central axis , fluid will flow more in to one side of the recipient, as it seeks level. The pair of electrodes submersed in a higher quantity of fluid will produce a higher output signal, and vice versa.
  • Inclinometers are used everywhere!
    Sony Alpha 7: The World's Lightest Full-Frame Camera With Interchangeable Lens
  • Inclinometers for Solar Tracking Systems
    How to approve accuracy of solar tracking systems
  • The Spirit of St. Louis and Rieker Inclinometers!
    In the early 1920's, the US Government contracted Rieker Instruments Company to produce bubble style pitch and roll indicators for the fast emerging aircraft market.
  • Sherborne Sensors' inclinometers support RUAG Space
    Sherborne Sensors, a global leader in the design, development and. manufacture of sensors for military, aerospace and industrial applications, has helped RUAG Space,. Europe's largest independent supplier of space technology, to complete life test qualification of its. innovative satellite Thruster
  • Electrolytic Tilt Sensors and Inclinometers: A Primer - Sensors Online Magazine, September 2004
    The term tilt sensor is often used to identify a large variety of devices that measure, indicate, or otherwise provide a signal of some type when tilted from (or to) a level position, using gravity as a reference. While a number of these devices are indeed tilt sensors, others are not. To determine
  • Accuracy vs. Resolution
    The often confusing but important difference with inclinometer sensor output is whether accuracy is the same as resolution. In mechanical testing and measurement, it is often important to understand how an object reacts to various forces. An inclinometer is commonly used to measure tilt

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