Differential Measuring System Is Precise

May 1, 2001

Employing precision inductive technology and a cost-effective COTS design, the DIT-5200 true differential measuring system is positioned as the ideal tool for making critical angular measurements. Balanced-bridge technology is said to provide nano-radian resolution, high-gain dc output, and a very low noise floor.
Stable and immune to environmental conditions, the system offers linear performance down to 0.1% full range and is sensitive up to 10V/mil. Users can choose from single- or dual-channel configurations, both of which feature a small footprint. Targeted applications for the system include pointing and tracking, forward-looking IR (FLIR), laser communication, image stabilization, and vibration and jitter compensation systems. Prices start at under $2,000.

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