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Jewell Instruments, LLC - Tilt monitoring at 50 meters underwater

The 820 Shallow Water Series is the most recent addition to Jewell Instruments’ electrolytic tiltmeter line for geophysical and geotechnical applications. This is a waterproof tilt solution that provides civil engineers a cost-effective and practical alternative to tiltmeters rated for extreme depths. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - How Sensors Can Prevent Wind Turbine Disasters

Wind turbines have been popping up on land and sea in order to heed the demand for clean energy, but how can we ensure these massive structures live a long, healthy life? Engineers must add precision components to their designs that will provide preventative maintenance capabilities. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Low-cost Mini Geotechnical Tiltmeter

The 875 Mini Tuff Tilt Series is the newest addition to Jewell’s tiltmeter (inclinometer) line for geophysical & geotechnical applications. This is an affordable and durable tilt solution in a miniaturized package to accommodate space constraints. Prices are as low as $300 per unit on quantities of ten or more. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - How to Get Tilt Readings from Beneath the Water

You’ve been hired to maintain an iconic bridge that thousands of people need to cross every day. There are plenty of factors to consider and you’ll need to be able to track its stability using precise instruments that will likely have to be plunged into the water, but still provide effective readings. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Why Solar Trackers Depend on Inclinometers

The demand for renewable energy has grown as we seek to preserve our planet while harnessing its resources. To ensure the largest return on their investment, these panels must be designed and controlled with reliable components. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - 2 Sensor Types That Are Needed for Extreme Temperatures

Engineers often need sensors that can make crucial, minuscule measurements within some of the harshest environments. Many projects expose sensors to temperatures as high as +180° C and as low as -55° C. There’s not much you can do about the weather and temperature of your application’s environment, but you can find the right sensor to hold up to the elements. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Measuring Vibration? Know Which Sensor to Use

Every object that moves is experiencing acceleration, but not every movement requires one type of accelerometer to measure it. For applications that involve vibration, the type of accelerometer you need depends on the requirements of your project. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Precision Sensors for a Tight Budget

When developing a new railcar, bridge or construction machine, every movement is a crucial contribution to the success or failure of the project. High precision sensors typically cost thousands of dollars each, but there are some out there that get the job done without busting your budget. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Temp Compensated, Digital MEMS Inclinometer

Introducing the JDI-100/200 inclinometer series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ group of MEMS sensors. Made in-house, this ruggedized inclinometer includes digital output and full temperature compensation across all measuring ranges which enables the unit to perform to 0.015° accuracy. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Low cost tilt monitoring for civil engineers

Introducing the 850 MEMS Tuff Tilt Series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ electrolytic tiltmeter line for geophysical & geotechnical applications. This versatile, rugged, weatherproof tiltmeter is a low-cost alternative to most sensors for the geotechnical market. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Geophysical Monitoring with Easy Installation

Jewell Instruments is proud to present the A601-2 tiltmeter series as the latest installment to its 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. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Ethernet Powered Precision Inclinometer

The eDXI-100/200 inclinometer series is a precision single or dual axis tilt sensor that includes Ethernet connection. With an IP67, RJ45 connector, it is easy to connect to computers and other devices to run automation and networking. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Inertial sensors customized for your needs

When a standard instrument or solution cannot meet your specifications, our engineers have the technical expertise and applications experience to work with you to develop a custom solution. Jewell Instruments takes great satisfaction in providing customers with a broad range of custom application-specific solutions. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - MEMS Accelerometer, CENELEC/AREMA Certified

The JMA-165 is the industry’s first MEMS sensor to meet CENELEC/AREMA requirements for rail transportation. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Low-cost, Servo-based Inclinometer

Jewell Instruments, LLC announces new Force-Balanced Low-Cost Emerald Series Inclinometers to their Inertial Sensors and Controls product line. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Precision Inclinometer, Three Mounting Options

The RMI Emerald inclinometer series is one of the newest members of Jewell Instruments' force balanced tilt line. The single axis sensor presents the advantage of several mounting and electrical output options in addition to a round compact footprint. It is also a low-cost solution with high quality force balanced technology giving it higher precision than comparable MEMS... (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Ruggedized, Customizable Tilt Sensor

This single axis sensor family combines the high accuracy of force balanced technology with the ruggedness to withstand the demanding conditions of a multitude of markets.

Units are available with a 6-pin connector (including a CE marked option), pin-terminals or flying leads. It also offers the flexibility of +/-5V, 0-5V or 4-20mA outputs and is RoHS compliant. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Robust, MEMS Industrial Inclinometer

Introducing the JMI-100/200 inclinometer series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ MEMS sensor line. This versatile, lightweight and robust sensor is a low-cost alternative to most traditional inclinometers. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Why Electrolytic Tiltmeters Must Remain Static

Electrolytic tiltmeters are excellent solutions to constantly monitor the structural health of large, important infrastructure or landmasses. They are highly sensitive, low maintenance and have long lifespans. However, they are temperamental to linear motion which is why they should avoid environments where excessive vibration and motion are present. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - 1 µrad, Customizable OEM Tilt Sensor

Jewell Instruments is pleased to reintroduce the LCF-300 inclinometer series to its force-balanced line. This sensor possesses the same specifications as the LSOX series, but with a smaller enclosure and an IP65 seal. µrad (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Dual-axis, Servo Inclinometer, 4-20mA

The LCF-2330 inclinometer series now includes a 4-20mA output signal option for applications that require long cable runs. This dual axis tilt sensor is fluid damped to minimize noise and vibration interference while also offering a sharp 1 µradian resolution (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Robust, Industrial MEMS Accelerometer

Introducing the JMA-100/200/300 accelerometer series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ MEMS sensor line. This is a versatile, rugged and robust sensor that is a low-cost alternative to most traditional accelerometers. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Extreme Precision, Geophysical Platform Tiltmeter

The A603 platform-mount tiltmeter is offers extreme sensitivity (up to 2.5 nanoradian resolution) and a wide and sturdy base for geophysical studies. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Economical Civil Engineering Tiltmeter

Our Model MD900-T is an economical biaxial clinometer with powerful features typically associated with more expensive instruments. Many are in use today for antenna positioning, surface and subsea marine applications, structural and geotechnical monitoring, and industrial test and measurement. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - How Inclinometers Keep High Speed Trains Upright

High speed trains are invaluable worldwide for connecting millions of people to far destinations with convenience and efficiency. Even though it may feel like the train is constantly traveling in a straight line, it isn’t. With precise technology, high speed trains can take necessary turns without reducing speed, throwing passengers around or toppling over. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - The Best Steps to Monitor Dam Movement

Dams are remarkable civil engineering accomplishments that provide vital resources such as electricity and irrigation. In fact, most of the southwestern United States depend greatly on the power from the Hoover Dam. However amazing and sturdy as these structures are, they are actually constantly moving in very minuscule amounts of tilt. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - 3 Ways In Which Tiltmeters Keep You Safe

You drive over bridges everyday and marvel at famous volcanoes like Mt. St. Helens, but have you ever thought about the engineering that goes into monitoring them? Learn how high precision sensors keep you safe even when you don't realize it. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Acceleration’s Effect on A Tilt Sensor & What To Do About It

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 such as rail maintenance of way, pavement profiling and robotics and as the sensor’s user, you should know what to expect in your readin... (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - 2 Reasons Why Force-Balanced Sensors Work for You

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 something like this, a sensor with force-balanced technology is the answer and here is why. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - 3 Reasons To Consider An Electrolytic Tiltmeter

For many civil engineering and geophysical monitoring projects, electrolytic tiltmeters have been the answer and this post will explain why. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Choosing the Best Sensor Cable Length & Output

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 you’re in, determining how long your cable must run can be crucial. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Connector or pin terminals for your sensors?

Connectors and pin terminals are common and dependable connections that relay your readings from within the sensor to the screen in front of you. These two options each have advantages and limitations and deciding which is better for your application depends on some factors. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - How Accelerometers Improve Transportation

Transportation systems such as the London Underground are planning to make upgrades in order to accommodate for a growing demand. More trains will have to hit the tracks and will be expected to deliver more passengers efficiently to their destinations with a smooth and comfortable ride. This is where acceleration control comes into play. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Affordable 3.5 µG Accelerometer

Jewell Instruments is proud to add the SMA Emerald Series accelerometer to its precision sensor line. This single-axis, dual-ended power supply accelerometer offers the high precision of force balanced technology, but at a lower cost than other models. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Digital, Dual/Single Axis Inclinometer

The DXI-100/200 Series is the single and dual Axis version of the LCF-2330, taking Jewell’s highly accurate closed loop sensor technology to the next level. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Economical, Tilt Sensing for Industrial Use

Jewell Instruments is proud to introduce nine new families of low-cost MEMS inclinometers. Models span from 0.05° to temperature compensated 0.0005° resolution, allowing customers to match price to performance across a broad range of applications. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Affordable, General Purpose MEMS Accelerometers

Introducing Jewell's AMA and DMA series MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems) accelerometers. These low-cost sensors utilize chip-based technology, consisting of a suspended mass between two capacitive plates, to cover a broad range of movement. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Rail Certified Sensors, Tilt & Motion

Jewell Instruments, LLC announces North American and European Standards self-certification for high performance sensors used within the Rail Transportation Industry (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - High Temp Sensors for Oil Drill Positioning

Jewell Instruments offers a variety of quartz accelerometers ranging in size, weight, and application usage. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Tiltmeter for Structural Monitoring, 4-20mA Output

The Tuff Tilt 420 combines precision, long-term stability and rugged durability in a compact and reliable instrument. The internal sensing element is a gravity referenced ceramic tilt sensor that delivers a high dynamic range and the best resolution of any sensor in its class. Housed in a weatherproof enclosure, this tiltmeter may be used outdoors and in other wet environments. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - In-place Inclinometer for Embankment Monitoring

Installed as a string of vertical or horizontal sensors inside inclinometer casing, or by direct burial, this instrument provides a continuous record of ground displacement. Fiberglass rods connect the sensors inside the casing, and fins or universal pivots couple the sensors to the casing walls. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Angular Accelerometer for Testing Applications

The Jewell ASB Series Angular Accelerometer is a general-purpose ±200 radian/second² to ±1000 radian/second² device for industrial, commercial and sensing requirements. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Single or Dual Axis Tilt Sensing, Small Footprint

The Jewell LSRP Series meets the needs of applications with space constraints. The compact, cylindrical shape and the stacking feature of the LSRP facilitate the use of several inclinometers when multi-axis measurement is required. The LSRP offers precise readings with high outputs at lower range frequencies. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Ease of Installation, Platform Tiltmeter

These platform tiltmeters are our most popular design for rapid installation and precision. Using their built-in invar leveling legs, they can be set up and operating on any hard horizontal surface within minutes. The two orthogonal tilt sensors parallel the right-angle sides of the base plate. Each tiltmeter includes a temperature sensor. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Detect Volcanic Activity Before It Happens

The LILY Self-Leveling Borehole Tiltmeter is designed for volcanic and tectonic research and for the monitoring of hydraulic fracturing and other subsurface processes in the oil and gas industry. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - RS232/422 High Precision Accelerometer

The DXA-100/200 Series features a digital output with a resolution of 8 µG.
Available in a single or dual axis package, this sensor will provide both
high precision and performance for any of your tilt sensing or acceleration
requirements. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Mini Tilt Sensors for Vacuum Environments

The high-precision sensors in our 500- and 700-Series tiltmeters are available as standalone modules for applications with size or weight constraints. These small uniaxial and biaxial modules attach directly to the elements you want to measure, without unbalancing them or affecting their performance. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Weatherproof, Structure Monitoring

The Tuff Tilt Series is designed for indoor and outdoor work requiring precision and durability. It is excellent for continuous monitoring of structural behavior, or short-term testing of machine and structural performance. It fills a gap between the economical 900 Clinometer Series and 700 Platform Tiltmeter Series. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Mini, High Accuracy, Angular Accelerometer

The Jewell Instruments ASMP Angular Accelerometer is configured specifically to yield a combination of miniaturization, high accuracy and ruggedness. It has been designed to minimize thermal errors associated with outdoor applications. (read more)

Jewell Instruments, LLC - Submersible Tilt Sensing To 2500 Meters Depth

DeepWater Digital is the submersible version of our Tuff Tilt Series. Performance and firmware are the same, but the 316 stainless steel housing is rated for submergence to 250 bars of pressure (2500 meters depth). The neoprene connector is wet-mateable. DeepWater tiltmeters are excellent choices for offshore work and other underwater applications. (read more)

News articles and press releases for Jewell Instruments, LLC:

11/29/2017

Jewell Instruments has expanded its sales network within the United States with the signing of W.A. Brown Instruments, Inc. as a sensor and controls sales representative for the southeastern states.

09/25/2017

You’ve got to maintain an iconic bridge that thousands of people use every day. You’ll need to be able to track its stability using precise instruments that will likely have to be plunged into the water, but still provide effective readings.

09/25/2017

Jewell Instruments will be an exhibitor at Modern Railways at the Shanghai Exhibition Center on October 26-29.

09/25/2017

The demand for renewable energy has grown as we seek to preserve our planet while harnessing its resources. To ensure the largest return on their investment, these panels must be designed and controlled with reliable components.

09/22/2017

Jewell Instruments is pleased to announce that Tim Dining has joined the team as our new Vice President of Operations, based in Manchester NH.

09/19/2017

The 875 Mini Tuff Tilt Series is an affordable and durable tilt solution in a miniaturized package to accommodate space constraints. Prices are as low as $300 per unit on quantities of ten or more.

09/12/2017

The JMA-100/200/300 accelerometer series, a robust and affordable acceleration solution, is now available with ±4 g and ±10 g measuring ranges.

08/07/2017

The 820 Shallow Water Series is a waterproof tilt solution that provides civil engineers a cost-effective and practical alternative to tiltmeters rated for extreme depths.

07/24/2017

Electrolytic tiltmeters are excellent solutions to monitor large structures, but they should avoid environments where excessive vibration and motion are present.

07/10/2017

Jewell Instruments has entered the JDI-100/200 digital MEMS Inclinometer into the Electronics/Sensors/IOT category of Tech Briefs Create the Future 2017 Design Contest.

06/05/2017

Made in-house, this ruggedized inclinometer includes digital output and full temperature compensation across all measuring ranges which enables the unit to perform to 0.005° accuracy.

05/22/2017

Jewell Instruments is pleased to announce the promotion of Justan Steichen as our new Director of Engineering.

04/20/2017

Lockheed Martin announced Jewell Instruments as one of its 32 outstanding small businesses of the year for 2016.

03/29/2017

For many civil engineering and geophysical monitoring projects, electrolytic tiltmeters have been the answer and this post will explain why.

02/28/2017

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. Determining how long your cable must run can be crucial.

02/01/2017

Jewell Instruments will be an exhibitor at ConExpo-Con/Agg on March 7-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. This is one of the largest exhibitions for the construction industry, worldwide.

02/01/2017

Jewell Instruments will be an exhibitor at Geotechnical Frontiers on March 13-15 at the Hyatt Regency in Orlando. Geotechnical Frontiers is among the leading events in the geotechnical industry that is expected to attract more than 2,000 professionals.

11/29/2016

Electro Component Sales, Inc. now carries the force balanced, MEMS and electrolytic sensor groups for New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

11/28/2016

Jewell Instruments will be displaying some of its highest precision sensors for the geophysical and geotechnical markets at the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting. The show will be hosted at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA on December 12-16.

11/22/2016

Introducing the 850 MEMS Tuff Tilt Series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ electrolytic tiltmeter line for geophysical & geotechnical applications.

11/02/2016

The JMA-100/200/300 MEMS accelerometer and JMI-100/200 MEMS inclinometer series are now available with 4-20mA output (JMA-L, JMI-L). This output option provides ease of use, particularly for applications that rely on long cable runs.

10/20/2016

Altheris Sensors and Controls is now carrying the sensors and controls products of Jewell Instruments throughout the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

10/20/2016

Precision Technologies has partnered with Jewell Instruments as a new sales representative for Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.

10/19/2016

The LCF-2330 inclinometer series now includes a 4-20mA output signal option for applications that require long cable runs. This dual axis tilt sensor is fluid damped to minimize noise and vibration interference while also offering a 1 µradian resolution.

10/11/2016

The eDXI-100/200 inclinometer series is a precision single or dual axis tilt sensor that includes Ethernet capability. With an IP67, RJ45 connector, it is easy to connect to computers and other devices to run automation and networking.

10/04/2016

Jewell Instruments is pleased to reintroduce the LCF-300 inclinometer series to its force-balanced line. This sensor possesses the same specifications as the LSOX series, but with a smaller enclosure and an IP65 seal.

10/04/2016

Jewell Instruments is pleased to reintroduce the LCF-300 inclinometer series to its force-balanced line. This sensor possesses the same specifications as the LSOX series, but with a smaller enclosure and an IP65 seal.

09/12/2016

The JMA-100/200/300 accelerometer series is among the latest additions to Jewell Instruments’ MEMS sensor line and is now available in a single power input version (JMA-100/200/300-S) with a 0-5 VDC output signal.

09/08/2016

The JMI-100/200 inclinometer is the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ MEMS sensors and is now available in a single power input version (JMI-100/200-S) with 0-5 VDC output. This input option provides ease of operation and reduces power requirements.

08/24/2016

Jewell Instruments will be an exhibitor at Innotrans 2016 at Messe Berlin in Berlin, Germany on September 20-23. Innotrans takes place every two years and is the leading international trade fair for transport technology.

07/20/2016

Introducing the JMI-100/200 inclinometer series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ MEMS sensor line. This versatile, lightweight and robust sensor is a low-cost alternative to most traditional inclinometers.

07/19/2016

High speed trains are invaluable worldwide for connecting millions of people to far destinations. With precise technology, these trains can take necessary turns without reducing speed, throwing passengers around or toppling over.

06/29/2016

Transelectric will now be selling the sensors and controls products of Jewell Instruments throughout Israel. This new sales representative was signed in early June and will carry the force balanced, MEMS and electrolytic sensor lines.

06/14/2016

You drive over bridges everyday and marvel at famous volcanoes like Mt. St. Helens, but have you ever thought about the engineering that goes into monitoring them? Learn how high precision sensors keep you safe even when you don't realize it.

06/09/2016

The JMA-165 MEMS accelerometer has been selected as a finalist for the Best of Sensors Innovation Award. The award recognizes advances in sensor and sensor-related technology.

05/12/2016

Jewell Instruments will be an exhibitor at Sensors Expo and Conference on June 21-23 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. Find us in booth #1316 to learn about our latest sensors and technology.

05/10/2016

The Internet of Things is creating a great demand for automation throughout metropolitan infrastructure and high precision sensors can help make this possible.

05/10/2016

Jewell Instruments will be exhibiting at the Rail + Metro China and Tunnel China Expos at the Shanghai New International Expo Center on June 14-16.

04/22/2016

Introducing the JMA-100/200/300 accelerometer series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ MEMS sensor line. This is a versatile, rugged and robust sensor that is a low-cost alternative to most traditional accelerometers.

04/20/2016

Jewell Instruments is proud to add the SMA Emerald Series accelerometer to its precision sensor line. This single-axis, dual-ended power supply accelerometer offers the high precision of force balanced technology, but at a lower cost than other models.

04/11/2016

Jewell Instruments today announced it is part of the largest-ever U.S. delegation to Hannover Messe, the world’s foremost trade fair for industrial technology, taking place April 25-29, in Hannover, Germany.

02/29/2016

The JMA-165 is the industry’s first MEMS sensor to meet CENELEC/AREMA requirements for rail transportation.

02/01/2016

The A601-2 tiltmeter is a new installment to the electrolytic sensor family for geophysical and geotechnical applications. It replaces the 520M geodetic platform tiltmeter as a more cost effective option, but without sacrificing much precision.

11/04/2015

ALTHEN, a German-based manufacturers’ representative, will now be carrying the sensors and controls products of Jewell Instruments throughout central Europe. The company will pick up the force balanced, MEMS and electrolytic sensor lines.

11/03/2015

Jewell Instruments will be exhibiting at the 2015 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting on December 14 – 18 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. We will be in booth #1114 to display our finest geophysical and geotechnical sensing solutions.

09/10/2015

The AMV series inclinometer bears the same specifications as the AMI series, but with the advantage of ±5V and ±10V output options within a unique and rugged housing.

09/09/2015

The QFA-150 uses mid-temperature range (-55°C to +150°C) quartz technology that also provides high accuracy, repeatability and stability for demanding environments.

07/27/2015

The RMIW Emerald series inclinometer family is the newest member of Jewell's force balanced tilt line. The single axis sensor presents the advantage of several mounting and electrical output options in addition to a round compact footprint.

07/23/2015

Edge Consulting & Sales now represents the Jewell Instruments product lines throughout the west coast and rocky mountain states. Signed in July, this new sales representative will be carrying the force balanced, electrolytic and MEMS sensors.

05/15/2015

This single axis sensor family combines the high accuracy of force balanced technology with the ruggedness to withstand the demanding conditions of a multitude of markets.

04/07/2015

Jewell Instruments is proud to introduce nine new families of low cost MEMS inclinometers. Models span from 0.01° to temperature compensated 0.0008° resolution, allowing customers to match price to performance across a broad range of applications.

03/26/2015

Jewell Instruments has announced that it will be exhibiting at the Sensors Expo and Conference on June 10-11 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA. We'll be in booth #351 to showcase our most recent and cutting-edge sensors and technology.

03/25/2015

Jewell Instruments will be on hand at the Space Tech Expo on May 19-21 at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center in Long Beach, CA. The sensors and controls team will be present to showcase our latest products and technology in booth #1018.

03/18/2015

Introducing Jewell's new AMA and DMA series MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems) accelerometers. These low-cost sensors utilize chip-based technology, consisting of a suspended mass between two capacitive plates, to cover a broad range of movement.

03/03/2015

Jewell Instruments is pleased to introduce the model SMI-L 4-20mA Force Balanced Inclinometer. This powerful single-axis tilt sensor offers the same high performance and low cost as our standard Emerald Series, but with a convenient 4-20mA output.

03/02/2015

Jewell Instruments has expanded its market to Turkey with the addition of IMCA Electronics as its latest sales representative. The Istanbul-based company was signed in February and is the first agent to represent the Jewell name in the country of Turkey.

02/24/2015

Triplett is pleased to announce the addition of Spencer Craig as Director of Product Management. Spencer brings many years of successful Business Development, Marketing and Product Management experience from a broad range of markets.

10/29/2014

Jewell Instruments is pleased to announce that our Sensors & Controls and Panel Meters group will be exhibiting at this years Electronica trade show being held in Munich, Germany.

04/10/2014

Jewell Instruments is pleased to announce that our Sensors & Controls group will be exhibiting at this years Sensor + Test trade show being held in Nürnberg, Germany

04/10/2014

Jewell Instruments is seeking German agents to represent their sensors and controls product line.

02/10/2014

Jewell Instruments, today announced the addition of their new Emerald Series low-cost inclinometer sensors to their Inertial Sensors and Controls product group.

12/18/2013

Jewell Instruments releases a new product focused selector guide for our electrolytic tilt sensor product line.

12/10/2013

Jewell Instruments is pleased to announce the addition of Ray Haskell as Director of Engineering.

10/16/2013

Jewell Instruments announces release of three new product focused selector guides available for free download on Jewell's website.

10/16/2013

Visit our website to download our new copy of our Precision Force-Balanced Accelerometer Selector Guide today!

10/16/2013

Visit our website to download our new copy of our Precision Force-Balanced Inclinometer Selector Guide today!

10/16/2013

Visit our website to download a copy of our Rail Transportation Selector Guide to see all of our precision accelerometer and inclinometer sensors for the rail transportation market.

09/13/2013

Jewell Instruments self-certifies sensors to meet or exceed AREMA and CENELEC standards for rail transportation sensors

07/03/2013

The QFA-180 and QFA-125 are the first of several quartz accelerometers that Jewell will be introducing to their Inertial Sensors and Controls product line over the next several months.

03/11/2013

Jewell Instruments, LLC announces new single and dual axis digital inclinometer and accelerometer sensors to their Inertial Sensors and Controls product line.

02/27/2013

Jewell Instruments, a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of sensors and controls, meters and avionics, and industrial test equipment is pleased to announce the promotion of Dan Connell to Director of Manufacturing.

02/06/2013

Jewell Instruments, a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of sensors and controls, today announced they are in full production of manufacturing and shipping of the former Applied Geomechanics product line that they acquired in December, 2012.

01/25/2013

Jewell Instruments announced the addition of their new digital display, the second of the new DSI Series, to their Inertial Sensors and Controls Accessories product line.

01/24/2013

Jewell Instruments, LLC announces the addition of their new DSI 1000 Digital Display Series to their Inertial Sensors and Controls product line.

12/18/2012

Jewell Instruments, LLC (Manchester, NH) is pleased to announce that is has acquired the product lines formerly supplied by Applied Geomechanics (San Francisco, CA), a division of Carbo Ceramics.