Low Price Declinometer Rugged High Accuracy Digital Inclinometer
for Slope Alert Applications INC325
INC325 is a CAN output dual-axis inclinometer, which is according
to the need of controlling industrial field. Adopting the latest
MEMS technology,the product has a small volume and low power
consumption, the consistency and stability is very high.
The inclinometer is designed to accurately measure inclination
angles in two directions X and Y in the range of ±90º. It is
functional up to ±90º.
The angles are measured by a two-axis MEMS sensor, which senses
acceleration caused by the gravity force in two orthogonal
directions. The output signals from the MEMS sensor are normalized
and processed by a microcontroller.
Due to a powerful microcontroller, the inclinometer can perform
pre-processing of the angular information according to the users’
The standard inclinometer is IP67 rated and is packaged in a cast
- Dual-axis inclination measurement
- High resolution: 0.01°
- Output mode: CAN, Shock resistance>2000g
- Wide voltage input: 9~35V
- Wide operating temperature: -40~+85℃
- Small size: 91×40×26mm (customizable)
- High accuracy
- Rugged aluminum enclosure, IP67 protection
INC325 inclinometer enjoys high performance at very low cost; it
has been widely applied in the following applications:
- Cranes and Construction Machines
- Mobile Platforms
- Marine & Offshore Machinery
- Solar Trackers
- Wheel alignment
- Construction equipment
- Antenna positioning
|Zero temperature drift||-40℃～85℃||±0.01||±0.01||±0.01||°/℃|
|Weight||150g (package excluded)|
High Performance Digital Inclinometer Sensor
- Highly accurate, reliable and temperature stable
- Full temperature calibration of all sensing elements.
- Environmentally sealed (IP67), compact design
- Overload resistance: 2,000g
- Full tests and individual calibration from -40 to 85°C
- High cost effective
What is the Common Specs of Inclinometer?
Sensor cycle time: This is the internal cycle time of the base sensor. A cycle time
of 5ms means that the position value is updated every 5ms.
Interface cycle time: This is the cycle time the position value is transmitted via the
communication interface. In contrast to the sensor cycle time
(which is a fixed value), the interface cycle time can be easily
adjusted by the customer at the interface level.
Absolute accuracy: The absolute accuracy is the worst case deviation between
measured position and the actual position within the defined range.
Offset: When the inclinometer is positioned at the zero level, the output
will show a small deviation. This error at the zero level is
referred to as offset error.
Dynamic accuracy: This accuracy is determined the same way as the absolute
accuracy, only that the device is exposed to external vibrations
and accelerations. The dynamic accuracy was determined during lab
tests on different equipment that simulate the moving environment
of mobile machines. The stated dynamic accuracy serves as reference
value; we recommend evaluating the dynamic behavior on your own
machine, as vibrations and shocks differ from machine to machine.