Biaxial Digital High Precision Inclinometer for Agricultural and
Industrial Vehicle Tilt Monitoring INC528
INC528 inclinometer is an economical digital clinometer with
powerful firmware features. RS232, RS485 and TTL all can be its
output mode. INC528 is a low cost and small serial output dual-axis
inclinometer. Agreement of modbus-RTU can be applied to this
product. RS232, RS485 and TTL all can be its output mode.
The compact robust construction makes this sensor the ideal device
for measuring angles in harsh environments.
INC528 Modbus Dual-axis Inclinometer.pdf
- Dual-axis inclination measurement
- Resolution: 0.002°, Accuracy 0.02°
- 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
INC528 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℃||±0.008||±0.008||±0.008||°/℃|
|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
What is Operation Principle of Inclinometer?
MEMS inclinometers employ ‘State of the Art’ MEMS sensor
technology. MEMS (Micro -Electro – Mechanical Systems) are an
integration of mechanical elements, sensors, actuators and
electronics on a common silicon substrate through micro fabrication
Acceleration causes deflection of the proof mass from its centre
position. Around the four sides of the square proof mass are 32
sets of radial fingers. These fingers are positioned between plates
that are fixed to the substrate. Each finger and pair of fixed
plates make up a differential capacitor, and the deflection of the
proof mass is determined by measuring the differential capacitance.
This sensing method has the ability of sensing both dynamic
acceleration (i.e. shock or vibration) and static acceleration
(i.e. inclination or rotation). Signal conditioning is carried out
within inclinometers so that a simple output signal is obtained.
This output can be used in conjunction with a calibration sheet to
easily calculate the amount of tilt that has occurred.
The MEMS sensors within inclinometers are configured to measure
inclination from vertical. As movement occurs, the inclinometer
will move with its mounting, thus changing the inclination of the