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Inclination sensors

Non-contact inclination measurement with precision.

Inclination sensors take a non-contact measurement of the inclination angle of an object in relation to the earth's gravity. Thanks to the use of capacitive MEMS technology, inclination sensors are both highly precise and extremely reliable. One-dimensional sensors measure the inclination of an axis to 360°, whereas two-dimensional sensors are able to measure two axes simultaneously to ±90°.

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Product family TMM55
Small, light, and rugged.
  • Compact, two-dimensional inclination sensor
  • Fixed measuring ranges: ±10°, ±45°, ±60°
  • Analog current or voltage interface
  • Resolution as low as 0.01°
  • Small and easy-to-mount ABS plastic housing
  • Protection class up to IP 67
Product family TMS/TMM61
Precise inclination measurement in a compact design
  • Compact inclination sensor with measuring range of 360° (single-axis) or ±90° (dual-axis)
  • Compensated cross sensitivity and configurable vibration suppression
  • Convenient CANopen interface
  • UV-resistant, impact-proof plastic housing
  • High resolution (0.01°) and accuracy (±0.1° typ.)
  • Programmable with the PGT-12-Pro
Product family TMS/TMM88
High-precision inclination measurement for harsh ambient conditions.
  • Inclination sensor with measuring range of 360° (single-axis) or ±90° (dual-axis)
  • Compensated cross sensitivity and configurable vibration suppression
  • Freely configurable current or voltage interface or convenient CANopen interface
  • Accuracy up to ±0.02°
  • Plastic or aluminum housing
  • Programmable with the PGT-12-Pro

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