Switching Relay Inclinometer

Switching Relay Inclinometer

The 2GIG switching relay tilt sensor contains active-high, sourcing DC outputs which are capable of driving currents up to 4 amps per output (2 outputs max).

There are two types of output behaviors: normally open and normally closed. A normally open output will turn on once the tilt sensor reaches the specified trip angle, default state is off. A normally closed output will turn off once the tilt sensor reaches the specified trip angle, default state is on.

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(+$3.28/1 unit)
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(+$5.00/1 unit)
Qty

$300.00

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Basic Features

  • Simple Installation, No moving parts or maintenance
  • Relative Zero Button (stores in memory)
  • High-accuracy in high vibration and acceleration conditions
  • Internal Processing Uses a Complex, Kalman-based Sensor Fusion Algorithm
  • Epoxy-Encapsulated Circuit
Specifications

  • High Resolution: 0.01 Degrees
  • Wide operating voltage range of 6-60V
  • -40 to 85°C Operating Temperature
  • 3-axis Gyroscope with 3-axis Accelerometer
  • CE and ROHs compliance
  • Impact-resistant, UV-stabilized, and NEMA 4/4X rated housing
Customizable Features:

  • Single Axis Measurement Range: +/ -0.5° to ± 180°
  • Dual Axis Measurement Range: +/ -0.5° to ± 90°
  • Mount Type – Mounted Horizontally or Vertically
  • Unlimited Programming Capabilities

 

Normally Open Output

The normally open output will output 0 volts or act as an open connection while it is below the chosen trip angle. Once the sensor is tilted to the trip angle or greater, the output will turn on after the specified trip delay.

Example: Trip Angle = 3°, Voltage Supply: 12V

The graph displays the relay behavior with a trip angle of 3° in either the X or Y axis. The output is normally open until the sensor is tilted to ±3° or beyond.

Normal Open Output

 

Normally Closed Output

The normally closed output will output volt supply when it is below the chosen trip angle. Once the sensor is tilted to the trip angle or greater, the output will shut off after the specified trip delay and resemble an open connection.

Example: Trip Angle = 3°, Voltage Supply: 12V

The graph displays the relay behavior with a trip angle of 3° in either the X or Y axis. The output is normally closed until the sensor is tilted to ±3° or beyond.

Normal Open Output