inclinometer


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Synonyms for inclinometer

an instrument showing the angle that an aircraft makes with the horizon

a measuring instrument for measuring the angle of magnetic dip (as from an airplane)

an instrument used by surveyors in order to measure an angle of inclination or elevation

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A regular inclinometer does not control for subtalar joint contribution to ankle ROM even with an extension arm as described by Gerhardt et al (7) The extension arm described by Gerhardt was rather narrow in width, and would not allow a broad contact with the foot, which would reduce the subtalar contribution.
The second option is an inclinometer app for your smartphone that will calculate the angle and the cut for you.
The use of smartphone as a digital inclinometer has significant benefits, such as availability, appreciable cost of inclinometer applications; and easy measurement due to the commercial band which fixes the device in considered places.
35), while statistically both the interventions were equally effective in both group for the improvement of lumbar flexion as measured by inclinometer.
Before the beginning of the study, each professional was trained to the use of the inclinometer and to the measuring procedure by trying it on three subjects, whose data were not taken into account for this study.
Using a 2-pole Butterworth filter, the SMI-L also delivers noise rejection in a low cost inclinometer package.
The astrolabe, which was invented by the ancient Greeks during the second century BC and whose name means "star-taker" in Greek, is a portable inclinometer (an instrument for measuring angles of slope, elevation or depression of an object with respect to gravity) which was used to assess the positions of the sun, moon, planets, and stars, in addition to keeping time and navigation
Aiming to enable a high-qualified, low-cost real-time surveillance system during geotechnical processes, the Department of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology and Department of Communication and Distributed Systems at RWTH Aachen University have collaborated to develop a MEMS embedded wireless monitoring system called "X-SLEWS", which include a three-axis accelerometer and a two-axis inclinometer in each mote and is capable of measuring and sending tilting information with a settable frequency to the base station via a wireless network (May et al.
The built-in inclinometer tells you the distance to shoot for on treestand or steep-angle shots.
The inclinometer series offers a wide range of motion feedback, including dual axis up to [+ or -]60[degrees] or single axis of 360[degrees] with resolution of 0.
The system is composed of a camera for photography, digital inclinometer circuit and a computer," he added.
com)-- Continuing its investment in Sonardyne 6G acoustic positioning technology, Subsea Technology & Rentals (STR) boosted its rental stock with the purchase of Ranger 2 USBL tracking systems, a Lodestar GyroCompatt, Wideband Mini Transponders (WMTs), LBL Compatt 6 transponders with specialist inclinometer DigiQuartz sensors and ROVNav 6 transceivers from Sonardyne International Ltd.
The compass, gyroscope, inclinometer and accelerometer on the PS549 state-of-the-art 5S all give inaccurate readings, tests by Gizmodo.
Sherborne Sensors has developed a flexure suspension, high accuracy servo inclinometer specifically customised for the rail industry.