Neigungsmessung

The Fredericks Company offers both electrolytic tilt sensors and MEMS technology for an innovative and proven method of measuring anywhere from ±90° down to ±0.5° with high accuracy ranging from ±0.1° (±360 arcseconds) to ±0.0003° (or ±1 arcsecond). Generally, as the range of a tilt sensor decreases, the accuracy increases, which can be seen by looking at our tilt measurement options below. Note that our highest accuracy and glass sensor solutions are typically higher cost, and we’re here to help with a cost-benefit analysis of specific solutions. Our tilt sensors are used in a wide variety of applications ranging from RV leveling and construction vehicle leveling to extremely high accuracy markets like geotechnical and structural health monitoring, and everything in between.

 

In addition to the tilt sensor component for board-level designs, we also offer complete electrolytic tilt sensor circuits, electrolytic inclinometers, and MEMS inclinometers that are environmentally sealed and designed for industrial and outdoor use. We have an engineering department including electrical, PCB layout, software/firmware, and mechanical design expertise, so we’ll work with you to build a solution specific to your needs. A complete list of all of our tilt measurement solutions is below.

 

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Wide Range Tilt Sensors

These electrolytic tilt sensors are designed to give wide range measurement up to ±60° with high accuracy from ±0.1° to ±0.05° in one or two axes. They're also the lowest cost sensors we offer.

All electrolytic sensors require an electrolytic tilt sensor circuit (also commonly referred to as signal conditioning or a signal conditioner) to provide a tilt angle output. This can be built into your system or you can purchase a circuit we’ve designed. Our circuits are optimized for the best performance from our sensors.

To learn more about the principles of electrolytic tilt sensors and how to integrate our sensors into your application, see our Technical Information page.

Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit großem Bereich
0717-4313-99
Betriebsbereich: ±50°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,05°
Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit großem Bereich
0717-4315-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,05°
Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit großem Bereich
0717-4318-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,1°
Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit großem Bereich
0717-4319-99
Betriebsbereich: ±50°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,1°
Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit niedrigem Profil und großem Bereich
0717-4321-99
Betriebsbereich: ±40°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,1°
Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit niedrigem Profil und großem Bereich
0717-4322-99
Betriebsbereich: ±45°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,1°
Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit niedrigem Profil und großem Bereich
0717-4323-99
Betriebsbereich: ±50°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,1°

Mid-Range Tilt Sensors

These electrolytic tilt sensors are designed to give mid-range measurement up to ±25° with very high accuracy of at least ±0.005° in one axis. This means you’ll need two sensors to measure in two axes. These sensors are much less expensive than any of our glass solutions, but they're slightly more expensive than our wide-range sensors.

All electrolytic sensors require an electrolytic tilt sensor circuit (commonly referred to as signal conditioning or a signal conditioner) to provide an angle output. This circuit can be built into your system or you can purchase circuitry we’ve designed. Our circuits are optimized for the best performance from our sensors.

To learn more about the principles of electrolytic tilt sensors and how to integrate our sensors into your application, see our Technical Information page.

Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mittlerer Reichweite
0703-1602-99
Betriebsbereich: ±25°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,005°

Narrow Range Tilt Sensors

These electrolytic tilt sensors are designed to give narrow range measurement up to ±3° with very high accuracy of at least ±0.001° in one axis. This means that you’ll need two sensors to measure in two axes. These sensors are slightly more expensive than our wide-range sensors, but comparable in cost to our mid-range sensors. They're also much less expensive than any of our glass solutions.

All electrolytic sensors require an electrolytic tilt sensor circuit (commonly referred to as signal conditioning or a signal conditioner) to provide a tilt output. This circuit can be built into your system or you can purchase circuitry we’ve designed. Our circuitry is optimized for the best performance from our sensors.

To learn more about the principles of electrolytic tilt sensors and how to integrate our sensors into your application, see our Technical Information page.

Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor mit engem Winkel
0703-0711-99
Betriebsbereich: ±3°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,001°

Glas Mid-Range

These electrolytic tilt sensors offer mid-range measurement of ±10° with extremely high accuracy of at least ±0.0005° in one axis. This means you’ll need two sensors to measure in two axes. These sensors are more expensive than any of our metal solutions because of their higher accuracy and glass design.

All electrolytic sensors require electrolytic tilt sensor circuits (commonly referred to as signal conditioning or signal conditioners) to provide an angle output. This circuit can be built into your system or you can purchase circuitry that we’ve designed that’s optimized for the best performance from our sensors.

To learn more about the principles of electrolytic tilt sensors and how to integrate tilt sensors into your application, see our Technical Information page.

Elektrolytischer Neigungssensor aus Glas für den mittleren Bereich
0737-0101-99
Betriebsbereich: ±10°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0006°
Gekapselter elektrolytischer Neigungssensor für den mittleren Bereich
Gekapselt 0719-3705-99
Betriebsbereich: ±10°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0006°

Glas Enger Bereich

These electrolytic tilt sensors are have narrow range measurement from ±3° to ±0.5° with extremely high accuracy of ±0.0008° to ±0.0001° in one axis. This means you’ll need two sensors to measure in two axes. These sensors are more expensive than any of our Fredericks metal solutions because of their higher accuracy and glass design.

All electrolytic sensors require electrolytic tilt sensor circuits (commonly referred to as signal conditioning or signal conditioners) to provide an angle output. This circuit can be built into your system or you can purchase circuitry that we’ve designed that’s optimized for the best performance from our sensors.

To learn more about the principles of electrolytic tilt sensors and how to integrate tilt sensors into your application, see our Technical Information page.

0711-0763-99
0711-0763-99
Betriebsbereich: ±1°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0008°
0711-0768-99
0711-0768-99
Betriebsbereich: ±3°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0008°
0727-1203-99
0737-1203-99
Betriebsbereich: ±0,5°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0003°
0719-1138-99
Gekapselt 0719-1138-99
Betriebsbereich: ±1°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0008°
0719-1143-99
Gekapselt 0719-1143-99
Betriebsbereich: ±3°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0008°
0719-3703-99
Gekapselt 0719-3703-99
Betriebsbereich: ±0,5°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0003°

Signalaufbereiter - Elektrolytische Neigungssensorschaltungen

Electrolytic tilt sensors require a basic electrolytic tilt sensor circuit to generate a tilt angle output. These are often called signal conditioners, signal conditioning boards, or electronic tilt sensors. In most cases, our sensors can be mounted directly onto the PCB. These electrolytic tilt sensor circuits have many optional outputs including analog 0 to 5 V DC, RS-232/RS-485, PWM, and SPI communications.

Our electronic tilt sensors include convenient mounting holes and connectors allowing you to simply integrate our circuits into your designs. If you’d prefer to integrate our electrolytic tilt sensor circuit into your board-level design, we have an engineering department that can help! We have electrical, PCB layout, software/firmware, and mechanical design expertise, so we’ll work with you to build an electronic tilt sensor specific to your needs.

1-6200-005
Schnittstelle: SPI
1-6200-006
Schnittstelle: RS-232
1-6200-007
Schnittstelle: Analog und PWM
1-6200-008
Schnittstelle: RS-485
Analog/RS-232 Signal Conditioner
1-6200-012
Schnittstelle: Analog und RS-232

MEMS-Sensoren - Neigungssensoren

Our MEMS tilt sensors and inclinometers are the only products we offer that utilize MEMS core tilt sensing technology. These analog and digital inclinometers are metal-housed, environmentally-sealed analog and digital inclinometer sensors with an IP (ingress protection rating) of IP67. Inclinometers are used in many markets and industries including construction and agricultural vehicles where inclinometers provide safety information and other vehicle parameters to the operator.

These analog and digital inclinometer sensors offer a ±90° operating range with accuracy of ±0.1° with optional outputs of analog 0 to 5 V DC and RS-485 digital communications. Analog and digital inclinometers with MEMS tilt sensors are higher cost than our electrolytic inclinometer sensors because of the high accuracy internal MEMS sensor, t. For a lower cost option, view our electrolytic inclinometer sensors.

To learn more about the principles of electrolytic tilt sensing and how to integrate digital inlcinometers and MEMS tilt sensors into your application, see our Technical Information page.

075X-X002-99 MEMS - Fredericks
0751-3002-99
Betriebsbereich: ±30°
Schnittstelle: Analog
075X-X002-99 MEMS - Fredericks
0751-9002-99
Betriebsbereich: ±90°
Schnittstelle: Analog
075X-X002-99 MEMS - Fredericks
0750-3002-99
Betriebsbereich: ±30°
Schnittstelle: RS-485
075X-X002-99 MEMS - Fredericks
0750-9002-99
Betriebsbereich: ±90°
Schnittstelle: RS-485

Neigungssensoren

The electrolytic versions of our analog and digital inclinometer sensors utilize our Fredericks electrolytic tilt sensors and electrolytic tilt sensor circuits are the lowest cost environmentally sealed (up to IP67) inclinometer sensors we offer with a measurement range up to ±60° and repeatability from ±0.1° to ±0.05° in one or two axes. These inclinometer sensors have plastic housings and have a cable with flying leads that can be customized with a connector you specify. Optional outputs for our inclinometer sensors include analog 0 to 5 V DC, RS-232, and RS-485 digital communications.

0729-1751-99
0729-1751-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Schnittstelle: SPI
0729-1752-99
0729-1752-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Schnittstelle: RS-232
0729-1755-99 Analoger Neigungssensor
0729-1753-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Schnittstelle: Analog und PWM
0729-1754-99 Digitaler Neigungssensor
0729-1754-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Schnittstelle: RS-485
0729-1755-99
0729-1755-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Schnittstelle: Analog
0729-1759-99
0729-1759-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Schnittstelle: RS-232
0729-1760-99 RS-485 IP67 Digitaler Neigungssensor
0729-1760-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Schnittstelle: RS-485
0729-1760-04
0729-1760-04
Betriebsbereich: ±10°
Schnittstelle: RS-485
0729-1765-99 Analoger RS-232 Neigungssensor
0729-1765-99
Betriebsbereich: ±25°
Schnittstelle: Analog und RS-232
High precision digital inclinometer from The Fredericks Company with UART/TTL communications.
F225-00T-003-01
Betriebsbereich: ±25°
Interface: UART/TTL

Kippschalter

Our tilt switches (also referred to as a safety switch or tilt switch sensor module) are very similar to our inclinometers, but instead of a continuous output, tilt switches have a discrete on/off output from either a relay or an open collector. The angle where the tilt switch output changes can be set to specific ranges in one or two axes, up to ±45° tilt. These tilt switches come in plastic or metal housings, environmentally sealed up to IP67, with a cable and flying leads that can be customized with almost any connector you specify. The trip angle can be set by us at the factory or set and reset by you in the field.

The nature of the relay and open collector outputs make these units ideal for various tilt switch applications like construction vehicles and agricultural vehicles. More specific tilt switch applications include boom lifts, scissor lifts, and agricultural sprayers.

To learn more about the principles of tilt sensing and how to integrate tilt switch sensor modules into your application, see our Technical Information page.

0729-1763-99 Relais Kippschalter
0729-1763-XX
Betriebsbereich: ±1° bis ±45°
Schnittstelle: Relais und RS-232
0729-1736-99 Relais Kippschalter
0729-1736-99
Betriebsbereich: ±1° bis ±45°
Schnittstelle: Relais und RS-232
Einachsiger Kippschalter
0729-1757-99
Betriebsbereich: ±1° bis ±45°
Schnittstelle: Offener Kollektor
Einachsiger Kippschalter
0729-1758-99
Betriebsbereich: ±1° bis ±45°
Schnittstelle: Offener Kollektor

Ältere Kipp-Produkte

0703-0703-99
0703-0703-99
Betriebsbereich: ±2°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,0014°
elektrolytischer Neigungssensor
0717-2201-99
Betriebsbereich: ±70°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,003°
0717-5201-99
0717-5201-99
Betriebsbereich: ±70°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,003°
0717-4304-99
0717-4304-99
Betriebsbereich: ±60°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,1°
0728-1025-99
0728-1025-99
Betriebsbereich: ±85°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,05°
0737-0604-99
0737-0604-99
Betriebsbereich: ±0,5°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,00014°
0719-3701-99
Gekapselt 0719-3701-99
Betriebsbereich: ±0,5°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,00014°
0716-2201-99
0716-2201-99
Betriebsbereich: ±70°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,003°
0716-5201-99
0716-5201-99
Betriebsbereich: ±70°
Reproduzierbarkeit: ±0,003°