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Inclination Sensors

BSI inclination sensors with one measuring axis

360° high precision – so that nothing gets out of balance

BSI inclination sensors with one measuring axis offer you measurements along one axis over a full 360°. They reliably monitor rotational movements and enable continuous tracking. This makes these sensors perfect for optimum process control.

The single-axis versions are available with two different measuring principles: fluid-based inclination sensors when you need high accuracy over the entire measuring and temperature range and MEMS-based (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) inclination sensors for applications that require more flexibility.

Features

Fluid-based
  • Modbus and 4…20 mA interface available
  • High repeat accuracy and precision
  • Extremely low temperature drift
  • Robust and compact metal housing
  • Simple mounting – four mounting holes in the housing
MEMS-based
  • UL and CE approval
  • Interfaces: 4…20 mA, 0…10 V
  • Large selection of different measurement ranges
  • Centering function (calibration) for ease of installation
  • Two versions for different requirements
  • The compact configuration saves space

BSI inclination sensors with two measuring axis

Measure two axes with only one sensor

Our biaxial BSI inclination sensors are MEMS-based (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems). They have compact chips with microelectromechanical structures that move with the inclination according to gravity. Evaluation takes place via a capacitive measuring principle.

Using just one sensor you can perform position monitoring of machine components in two axes. A large number of different measuring ranges ensures optimal precision for any task.

Features

  • UL and CE approval
  • Interfaces: 4…20 mA, 0…10 V
  • Measure two axes with just one sensor
  • Large selection of different measurement ranges
  • Centering function (calibration) for ease of installation
  • Two versions for different requirements
  • The compact configuration saves space
  • Maintenance-free operation