October 10, 2016 by Jonathan Lance

Un nouveau capteur d'inclinaison aide à prévenir les conditions de travail dangereuses

HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pennsylvanie, 17 février 2016 - La société Fredericks, leader dans l'innovation et la fabrication de produits de mesure de l'inclinaison et du vide, présente l'inclinomètre 0729-1761-99 Dual Axis CAN Bus SAE J1939 qui peut être utilisé pour prévenir le fonctionnement dangereux des machines industrielles.

L'inclinomètre mesure et signale l'inclinaison à partir d'une position de niveau dans des applications telles que :

  • Machines de construction
  • Machines agricoles
  • Ascenseurs à flèche
  • Véhicules forestiers
  • Chariots élévateurs
  • Ciseaux de levage
  • Chariots télescopiques

The inclinometer uses a Fredericks wide-range electrolytic tilt sensor and signal conditioner to provide reliable tilt measurement. The device is ideal for measuring the angular movement of industrial machinery in applications that require a wide operating range and exceptional accuracy. Contained in a durable high-temperature Noryl plastic housing with urethane potting, the inclinometer can withstand extreme environmental conditions.

“The inclinometer enhances operational safety of heavy machinery by measuring the position of vehicles,” said Heidi McKenna, president of The Fredericks Company. “Because it is extremely accurate, rugged, and versatile, the inclinometer is well suited for use in a wide range of industrial vehicles.”

Additional benefits of the inclinometer include low power consumption, small size, long life, and minimal output drift. Controller area network (CAN) specifications are factory set according to user requirements, with the standard unit using the Society of Automotive Engineers J1939 vehicle bus protocol. The inclinometer is IP66 rated, CE certified, and RoHS compliant. It includes supply voltage of +6 V DC to +40 V DC, ±25° dual-axis measurement, and operating temperature of -40 °C to +85 °C.

With an established history of outstanding customer support, The Fredericks Company designs and assembles their products at their Pennsylvania-based facility, where they maintain full control over the production of their devices. For more information about the 0729-1761-99 Dual Axis CAN Bus SAE J1939 Inclinometer or to place an order, click here.


About The Fredericks Company
For more than 85 years, The Fredericks Company has been partnering with OEMs and customers worldwide to design and develop tilt sensors, vacuum measurement devices, and precision custom glass components for their finished products or processes. Fredericks’ team of engineers and application specialists deliver broad practical knowledge and experience across a wide range of markets and application areas. In keeping with the company’s history of outstanding customer support, Fredericks provides the insight and guidance needed to take design concepts to reality in a cost-effective manner. For more information call +1-215-947-2500, email [email protected] or visit www.frederickscompany.com.

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