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Alignment Supplies Inc. has launched a new geometric measurement system called the ALiSENSOR LEVEL.

The system consists of a sensor unit and an iOS unit (for iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch). The ALiSENSOR LEVEL sensor unit is a data collector that contains MEMS gyros, accelerometers and a microprocessor. Data of angular and translational movements are provided via Bluetooth to the iOS unit for the operator to analyze the data, the company explains.

Typical measurement applications to be performed with the ALiSENSOR LEVEL include straightness, level, inclination and base flatness.

The system is supported with a dedicated App, downloadable for free from the App Store. The ALiSENSOR LEVEL hardware will be supported by several free Apps that can use the functionality of the hardware to implement different types of measurements.



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