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Subject: Re: state of the art tiltmeter
From: Brett Nordgren brett3nt@.............
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 09:28:13 -0400



I was wondering, what (long period) acceleration value corresponds to 
the maximum amplitude of 1.3E6 counts, or equivalently, what pendulum 
angle?  The information to derive that is probably somewhere in 
there, but I'll take the easy way and just ask.

Many thanks,

At 08:29 AM 7/31/2012, you wrote:
>In my previous posting titled "prototype with the PG plate" 
>(diamagnetic levitated graphite), it was mentioned that Eric and I 
>were working on a novel instrument type, insofar as the electronics 
>employed.  We've progressed beyond the prototype to what I consider 
>"state of the art" in terms of electronics support.  The outstanding 
>quality of the board that Eric has built is bound to attract some 
>attention from somewhere (whether scientific or amateur in 
>orientation); I hope that some folks from this list-serve will take 
>a serious look at this board; since I believe it has significant 
>potential for a variety of applications, some of which have already 
>been demonstrated and described on our webpage.
>A paper describing the newest instrument can be read at the 
>following webpage:
>by clicking on the picture that shows the earlier prototype 
>sensor  operating with the new board (powered by the computer 
>through a USB cable).


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