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Rate sensors from Measurement Specialties are available from Durham Instruments.

Durham Instruments carries a selection of low cost rate sensors from Measurement Specialties. These sensors are designed to accurately measure angular rate in a variety of demanding applications.

The lineup includes:

  • The 11206AC Rate Sensor: A rugged uniaxial angular rate gyro capable of accurately measuring angular rate under varied environmental conditions.
  • The 11207AC Rate Sensor: A rugged uniaxial angular rate gyro capable of accurately measuring angular rate under harsh conditions.
  • The 31206B Rate Sensor: A triaxial rate gyro capable of sensing angular rate around three orthogonal axes.
  • The 31207B Rate Sensor: Another triaxial rate gyro capable of sensing angular rate around three orthogonal axes.
  • The 603 Rate Sensor: A small, lightweight triaxial rate sensor designed for high impact testing in such critical measurement applications as automotive safety, biomechanics and aerospace testing.
  • The 620 Rate Sensor: A small analog gyroscope designed specifically for automotive safety testing and other system designs that require accurate measurement of angular velocity, even when under excessive shock and vibration.
  • The 633 Rate Sensor: An analog sensor that includes outputs of three gyroscope/rate sensors and three DC accelerometers in one small package for product research and development applications in harsh environments.
  • The GY407D Rate Sensor: The first rate gyro to support SCPI-like commands, return data in engineering units, and work with an ASCII terminal emulator.

These models are available in Canada from Pickering, Ont.-based Durham Instruments. With a wide selection of measurement instruments from leading manufacturers, Durham Instruments is the ideal source for all quantitative measuring needs.

For more information, contact Durham Instruments.

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