T233 Series ±1° to ±90°


The T233/5 Series is a range of dual axis gravity referenced servo inclinometers that is used in a variety of industrial applications where high precision angular measurements are required, and in rugged and robust applications where high levels of vibration and mechanical shock up to 1500g are encountered.

Models are available in a variety of ranges from +/-1 degree to +/-90 degrees with low impedance output voltage signals and are precisely set up for dual-axis operation. Electrical terminations are via a connector on the T233 or solder pins on the T235 variant.

For more information on the T233 series of dual-axis gravity-referenced servo inclinometers, please contact us.

Additional information



Degree Range

1 degree, 14.5 degree, 3 degree, 30 degree, 90 degree




  • Available ranges from ±1° to ±90°
  • Resolution to 0.1arc second (0.00003°)
  • High level ±5 VDC output proportional to sine of the angle of tilt
  • Electrical terminations via six-way connector (T233) or solder pins (T235)
  • Fully self-contained and able to connect to a DC power source and readout or control device, to form a complete tilt measurement system
  • Environmentally sealed to IP65
  • Continuous operation in temperatures of -18°C to +70°C
  • Rugged, 1250g shock survivability
  • Optional mating connectors, power supplies and display indicators
  • Custom design and manufacturing capabilities are available to meet customers specific application requirements


  • Level control of machines and structures
  • Safety control of cranes and lifting equipment
  • Civil engineering studies
  • Geophysical and seismic studies
  • Machinery and structural alignment
  • Pipeline leveling
  • Marine ballast transfer systems
  • Satellite antenna


  • T233-0001-1
  • T233-0001-3
  • T233-0001-14.5
  • T233-0001-30
  • T233-0001-90


Sherborne Sensors – T233 Inclinometer


  • Electrical Cable (1m to 60m)
  • DTI
  • Power Supply
  • Mating Connector

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