MEMS Tilt Sensor launches

Scheduled for introduction at this year’s Offshore Europe in Aberdeen, Colibrys plans to present its new MEMS Tilt Sensor designed for tilt measurement, measurement will drilling, borehole survey, and related applications.

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK -- Scheduled for introduction at this year’s Offshore Europe in Aberdeen, Colibrys plans to present its new MEMS Tilt Sensor designed for tilt measurement, measurement will drilling, borehole survey, and related applications.

The micro-electrical-mechanical system (MEMS) accelerometer, RS9003, features composite bias stability exceeding 600 μg and composite scale factor stability better than 500 ppm.

Colibrys says the sensor also is applicable for stabilization of radars, antennas, turrets, and cameras.

“Silicon MEMS technology, offering a disruptive change in tilt sensing performance with major benefits in terms of robustness, size and weight, cost and power consumption,” says Soheil Habibi, business development manager for Colibrys inertial sensors.

9/8/2009

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