Radiation Resistant Servo-Inclinometer TS2R Model

This Servo-Inclinometer was designed to operate in intense radiation environment. It was originally developed in cooperation with Ontario-Hydro of Canada to monitor the fuelling machines of nuclear power-stations, where it is exposed to radiation over extended periods of time.

Features

  • High radiation resistance
  • High accuracy closed-loop operation
  • Good repeatability
  • Fast response
  • Low power consumption
  • High level, low impedance output

Specifications

Measuring range ±2 degrees (+/-30 deg. max.)
Non-linearity error 0.02%FR typ 1)
Resolution <0.01%FR
Non-repeatability & Hysteresis <0.001 deg
Sensitive axis misalignment < 0.75 deg
Cross-axis sensitivity <0.002g/g
Bias <0.1 deg
Power supply ±15VDC @ 10 mA
Output ±5V max
Output impedance <10 Ω
Step response 50 msec
Zero temperature coefficient 0.002 deg/C° typ (10 to 40C°)
Span temperature coefficient 0.02%/C° typ
Operating temperature range 0 to +70C°
Rated performance temperature range 10 to +40C°
Maximum overload 100g constant acceleration
Shock survival 250g, 11msec
Housing material Sulphuric anodized # 2024 Aluminum alloy
Weight 100 grams

 

Notes:

  1. Non-linearity error defined as maximum deviation of any point from the theoretical sine function line in percents of the full measuring range.

Dimensions

Radiation Resistant Servo-Inclinometer TS2R Dimensions