Discontinued: The direct replacement is our Fredericks Dual-Axis Inclinometers.
Part Number: 0751-9002-99
This MEMS tilt sensor and inclinometer with an analog 0.5 to 4.5 V DC output utilizes MEMS core tilt sensing technology, compared to our electrolytic inclinometers. These analog and digital inclinometers are metal housed, environmentally-sealed analog and digital inclinometer sensors with an IP (ingress protection rating) of IP67. Inclinometers are used in many markets and industries including construction and agricultural vehicles where inclinometers provide safety information and other vehicle parameters to the operator.
This analog inclinometer sensor offers a ±90° operating range with an accuracy of ±0.1° with an analog 0.5 to 4.5 V DC output. Analog and digital inclinometers with MEMS tilt sensors are higher cost than our electrolytic inclinometer sensors because of the high accuracy internal MEMS sensor. For a lower-cost option, view our electrolytic inclinometer sensors.
To learn more about the principles of electrolytic tilt sensing and how to integrate digital inclinometers and MEMS tilt sensors into your application, see our Technical Information page.
|Communications||Analog 0.5 V DC to 4.5 V DC output|
|Number of Axes||2|
|Supply Voltage||7 V DC to 35 V DC|
|Operating Temperature||-40 °C to 85 °C|
|Storage Temperature||-55 °C to 85 °C|
|Time Constant||≤55 ms|
|Electrical Connections||4 Wire|
|Cable Length||30 cm (11.8″)|
|Weight||60 g (excluding connector)|
|Length||41 mm (1.61″)|
|Width||47 mm (1.85″)|
|Height||13.5 mm (0.53″)|
|Hole Center||38 mm (1.50″)|
|Agricultural machinery and equipment|
|Construction machinery and equipment|
|Satellite antenna positioning|
|Laser leveling systems|
|Solar panel position and orientation measurement|
|Mining machinery and equipment|