Tilt Sensors (Inclinometers)

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 pitch and/or roll angle and output these values via the appropriate electrical interface. Inclinometers are easy to integrate into an application because there is no need for mechanical linkages other than just the installation itself – a real advantage for design engineers. Available as single (up to 360°) or dual axis (up to +/- 90°) outputs, inclinometers are offered in a variety of electrical interfaces and housings which can withstand high pressure wash down or rated for hazardous environments.

Tilt Sensors (Inclinometers)

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