High Accuracy Biaxial Tilt Indicator RS485 Port High Accuracy
Digital Inclinometer for Cranes INC226
INC226 inclinometer is a low cost and small digital output
dual-axis inclinometer. RS232, RS485 and TTL all can be its output
mode. Adopting the latest technology,the producing engineering and
tilt unit of MEMS, the product has a small volume and low power
consumption, the consistency and stability is very high.
INC226 inclinometer takes low cost tilt sensing to the next level
by combining 100% solid state technology with digital calibration
and proprietary filtering techniques. The result is an very
accurate tilt sensor with improved linearity, expanded linear
sensing range (±90 or ±180), generous operating temperature range
(-40° to +85°C).
INC226 is compact and affordable sensor , and it is the ideal
choice where high accuracy tilt measurements are required in space
INC226 can be easily onto any vertical surface. The slot at the
base allows for fine adjustment of the zero angle position after
installation. It is designed for easy installation and integration.
- Dual-axis inclination measurement
- Resolution: 0.02°, Accuracy 0.2°
- Output interface RS232/485/TTL optional
- Wide voltage input: 9~35V
- Measurement range ±90°/±180°optional
- Small size: 91×40×26mm (customizable)
- High accuracy
- Rugged aluminum enclosure, IP67 protection
INC226 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
How does the clinometer work?
A clinometer is used to measure angles. This is the method used by
foresters to measure the height of a tree. The clinometer only
works for measuring height when the observer is standing exactly.
What is a CAN protocol?
The CAN bus protocol is defined by the ISO 11898-1 standard and can
be summarized like this: The physical layer uses differential
transmission on a twisted pair wire. A non-destructive bit-wise
arbitration is used to control access to the bus.
CAN is a multi-master serial bus standard for connecting Electronic
Control Units [ECUs] also known as nodes. Two or more nodes are
required on the CAN network to communicate. The complexity of the
node can range from a simple I/O device up to an embedded computer
with a CAN interface and sophisticated software. The node may also
be a gateway allowing a standard computer to communicate over a USB
or Ethernet port to the devices on a CAN network.
All nodes are connected to each other through a two wire bus. The
wires are 120 Ω nominal twisted pair.
ISO 11898-2, also called high speed CAN, uses a linear bus
terminated at each end with 120 Ω resistors.