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    Output CANopen Inclinometer Sensor, ±15°~±180°

    $528.77
    Good price inclinometer sensor with high precision, single axis/dual axis tilt angle measurement. Output signal CAN 2.0A or CAN 2.0B, measuring range ±15°/±45°/±60°/±180° for selection, maximum absolute accuracy 0.008°, wide voltage input DC 9-36V. Best tilt sensor for high accuracy industrial measurement.
    SKU: ATO-IMS-716726
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    High precision inclinometer sensor for sale, outputs CANopen signal, 1-axis/2-axis, optional maximum measuring angle ±15°~±180°. High accuracy tilt sensor, which is suitable for monitoring of ancient buildings, dilapidated buildings, ancient walls, etc., as well as large-scale and high-precision industrial measurement sites.

    Features

    • It is a single/dual-axis inclinometer sensor with small size, using CAN 2.0A/CAN 2.0B serial communication interface, which is dedicated to applications of industrial field control.
    • The tilt sensor has a built-in high-precision 24 bit A/D differential converter, which can measure the tilt and pitch angle of the sensor output relative to the horizontal plane through a 5-order filtering algorithm.
    • The inclinometer sensor integrates MEMS inclination unit, maximum measurement range is up to ±180°, the full-scale accuracy is 0.01°, which can easily realize dual-axis and single-axis inclination measurement.
    • Industrial inclinometer sensor with stable and reliable performance and good scalability.

    Technical Specification

    Model ATO-HCA716/HCA726 Condition
    Measuring Axis X/XY X/XY X/XY vertical X -
    Measuring Range* ±15° ±45° ±60° ±180° -
    Resolution 0.001° 0.001° 0.003° 0.005° -
    Absolute Accuracy ±0.008°RMS ±0.01°RMS ±0.01°RMS ±0.01°RMS @25℃
    Long Term Stability <0.02° <0.02° <0.02° <0.02° -
    Zero Temperature Coefficient ±0.0005°/℃ ±0.0005°/℃ ±0.0005°/℃ ±0.0005°/℃ -40~85℃
    Sensitivity Temperature Coefficient ≤0.01%/℃ ≤0.01%/℃ ≤0.01%/℃ ≤0.01%/℃ -40~85℃
    Power On Time 0.5s 0.5s 0.5s   -
    Response Time 0.02s 0.02s 0.02s   -
    Response Frequency >20Hz
    Output Signal CAN2.0A/CAN2.0B
    Electromagnetic Compatibility According to EN61000 and GBT17626
    MTBF ≥50000 hours/times
    Insulation Resistance ≥100MΩ
    Shockproof 100g@11ms, 3 Times/Axis (half sinusoid))
    Anti-Vibration 10grms, 10~1000Hz
    Protection Grade IP67
    High Seismic Performance >100g
    Cables Standard 1m length, wearproof, grease proofing, wide temperature, shielded cables 4*0.4mm2
    Dimension 56*46*20.5mm
    Weight 90g (without cable)

    *Note: This Technical data only list ±15°, ±45°, ±60°, ±180° series for reference, other measuring range please refer to the adjacent specifications.

    Electrical Specification

    Item Min Standard Max Condition
    Power Supply 9V 12V, 24V 36V Standard
    Working Current - 40mA - No-load
    Working Temperature -40℃ - +85℃ -
    Store Temperature -40℃ - +85℃ -

    CANopen Inclinometer Sensor Electrical Wiring

    Line Color Function BLACK WHITE GREEN RED
    GND
    Power negative
    CAN_L CAN_H Vcc 9~36V
    Power positive

    CANopen Inclinometer Sensor Dimensions Diagram (Unit:mm)

    Dimensions of canopen high precision inclinometer sensor 15°-180°

    Inclinometer Sensor Installation Direction Diagram

    The installation must guarantee the inclinometer sensor bottom is parallel to measured face,and reduce the influence of dynamic and acceleration to the tilt sensor. This inclinometer sensor can be installed horizontally or mounted vertically (mounted vertically selection is only applicable to the single axis), for installation please refer to the following scheme.

    Installation diagram of canopen high precision inclinometer sensor 15°-180°

    Tips: How does inclinometer sensor achieve accurate tilt measurement at any angle point?

    1. The actual tilt of the object cannot be completely tilted according to the strict X and Y orthogonal axes. Factors such as the gap of mechanical parts and the difficulty of determining the actual tilt axis determine that the actual tilt angle is not in the strict X and Y orthogonal directions. When the X axis is tilted, if the horizontal axis error of inclinometer sensor is too large, the tilt angle data in Y direction will change. In fact, Y-axis direction may not really be tilted, and vice versa. Therefore, for the 3~5% horizontal axis error of an ordinary inclinometer sensor, even if the linearity is high, the actual measurement accuracy will be about 3~5% instead of linearity data.
    2. If the inclinometer sensor does not have allowable input axis misalignment data during the actual installation process, it is difficult to obtain truly accurate tilt data by simple visual inspection. For a tilt sensor that is too large, due to the deviation angle between the sensitive axis and the actual tilt direction of the movement, an additional sine error will be generated on the output of the sensor and superimposed on the output data. As the tilt angle increases, the error gradually increases.

    ATO inclinometer sensor solves the above practical problems well, and is a tilt sensor that truly realizes high-precision inclination measurement.

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