The no-contact design prevents wear, and the unique stainless steel dish ensures higher accuracy and 50% less vibration sensitivity than glass. These highly robust sensors can even be used under water (IP67) and can withstand temperatures ranging from 0° C to 70° C. Easy assembly and very shock-resistant (110 g), due to which the risk of downtime is almost negligible. Our LN models are compatible with standard counters, controllers, PLCs and computer interfaces. They provide the perfect solution for process control, robotics and pick & place processes.
Corresponding 7-digit digital displays (SA100/SA100R) are available.
Compact, high-performance sensors, in four product ranges.
Inclinometers in cast plastic casing (Polybutylene Terephthalate) or AW6082-T6 aluminum. Both versions offer high mechanical stability and are completely dirt proof due to their encapsulated sensor (IP69K, IP68). Available with analogue or CANopen interface.
Heavy Duty range
Our heavy duty inclinometers are compact and very robust, especially designed for use in extreme conditions. The cast aluminum casing and metal connector further enhance the mechanical strength of the sensor, making it very suitable for intensive use. These sensors are available for both single and double shaft measurement (X & Y). Maximum cable length: 1,200 meters. Available with analogue / RS232 or SSI interface.
High resolution range
Sturdy and compact design, with high resolution (up to 0.001°). Linearization and automatic correction in the event of temperature differences. Measures on two axes: X & Y. Measuring range: ± 5°, ± 15°, or ± 30°. M12 connector or cable connection. Interfaces: Fieldbus: CANopen – Profibus, Analogue: 4-20 mA or 0-10VDC, PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), RS232, Limit switches.
Heavy duty industrial range
Bei Sensors heavy duty inclinometers provide a compact solution for measuring the gradient, both single and double-axes measurement (X & Y). These inclinometers are extremely accurate and attractively priced. The cast aluminum casing ensures mechanical stability, and the fully encapsulated sensor is designed to perform under extreme circumstances, making it ideal for measuring in industrial environments. Available with analogue or CANopen interface.