2-axis inclinometer 4-20 mAcurrent outputMEMS

2-axis inclinometer
2-axis inclinometer
2-axis inclinometer
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Characteristics

Number of axes
2-axis
Output
4-20 mA, current output
Technology
MEMS, capacitive
Other characteristics
waterproof, high-precision, rugged, high-resolution, temperature-compensated, with aluminum housing, wall-mounted, floor-mounted, for the construction industry, IP67, for angle measurement, for geophysics applications
Inclination

0 °

Min.: -15 °

Max.: 15 °

Resolution

0.0015 °

Description

DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND HARSH OPERATING CONDITIONS Those dual axis inclinometers are designed to measure very small changes from the vertical level, either on the ground or in structures. They exhibit high resolution and low thermal drift. Their mechanical design and enhanced internal surge protection make them particularly useful for the permanent outdoor monitoring of structures being subjected to various influences such as loading and foundation settlement. FIELD OF APPLICATIONS • Off-shore wind turbine foundations • Bridges and piers • Historical buildings • Structural load testing • Vessel and pontoon roll and pitch measurement • Crane roll and pitch measurement • Structural Health Monitoring KEY FEATURES • Biaxial • High accuracy and resolution • Excellent thermal stability • 4-20 mA current loops for signal immunity and potentially long cable runs • Enhanced surge protection • Internal temperature sensor for residual thermal drift compensation • Two models for horizontal or vertical mounting • Easy to install KEY BENEFITS • Robustness to environmental conditions • Short-term or permanent long-term monitoring • Monitoring of remote areas

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