Precise And Robust Tilt Sensors
Inclinometers, also called tilt sensors, are designed to measure the angle of an object with respect to the force of gravity. These tilt or level meters determine the angle orientation in space with gravity as reference and output these values via the appropriate electrical interface. Inclinometers are easy to integrate to an application because there is no need for mechanical linkages other than the installation itself – a real advantage for design engineers. POSITAL’s inclinometer portfolio offers solutions for different industries to tackle all application-specific challenges
Single and Dual Axis Measurement
Horizontal or Vertical Mounting Orientation
Analog and Digital Interfaces Available
Ex-Proof Versions Available
High Shock and Vibration Resistance
Different Inclinometer Technologies
Durable & Robust Housing Concept
Dynamic inclinometers output a clean measurement signal that can be used reliably on mobile equipment such as cranes, construction, mining, agricultural machinery and other applications where sudden movements, shocks and vibrations are likely to be encountered.
Static inclinometers can significantly improve operating safety in mobile machines, platform leveling or medical applications by continuously monitoring the tilt or inclination angles. Inclinometers are much easier to install and thus less expensive compared to rotary encoders, making them ideal for applications such as solar trackers, scissor lift tables, and aerial work platforms.
|Dynamic Inclinometer||Static Inclinometers|
Mounting and Installation
Dependent on the application and machine it may be necessary to mount the inclinometer horizontally to monitor the tilt angle of two axes or to install the sensor vertically to measure one axis.
- Dual Axis Output
- Ideal for Levelling Tasks
- Often Used on Chassis of Mobile Machines or Other Platforms
- Single or Dual Axis Output
- Monitor Angles of Excavator Booms, Firetruck Ladders or Solar Panels
Inclinometers offer an easy and efficient way of monitoring spatial orientations without the need for mechanical linkages – a real advantage for design engineers.
Reliable Angle Measurement of Booms and Chassis Able to Withstand High Shocks and Vibrations
Accurate Angle Measurement for Alignment of Solar Panels Even During Large Temperature Fluctuations
|Concrete Pump Truck
Stable Monitoring of Boom Angles
IP69K Protection for Outdoor Usage
|Aerial Work Platform & Scissor Lift
Platform Monitoring on Slow Moving Material
Handling Equipment and Hoists