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New Linarix Linear Sensors And Low Cost Inclometers From Posital

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New Linarix Linear Sensors And Low Cost Inclometers From Posital

New Linarix Linear Sensors And Low Cost Inclometers From Posital

LINARIX LINEAR SENSORS

New draw wire adaptor options added to the portfolio include an economical 7.5 m unit and a 15 m robust unit:

Small Form Factor
Maximum Measurement Range of 7.5 m
Light Plastic Housing
Competitive Pricing
Wide Range of Interfaces
Robust Draw Wire Adapter
Maximum Measurement Range of 15 m
Suitable For Heavy Duty Applications
Wide Range of Interfaces



ROBUST AND LOW COST INCLINOMETERS:

POSITAL is expanding their TILTIX family of inclinometers with a new line of lower cost, lower resolution instruments. These new tilt sensors will have an accuracy of ±0.5° and a resolution of 0.01°. (By comparison, current models have an accuracy of 0.1°.) For many slope or tilt monitoring applications in cranes, construction equipment, agricultural machinery and water handling facilities, half-degree accuracy is entirely acceptable. Our new lower-resolution units are less expensive than our high-end products, which makes them a useful alternative for designers of cost-sensitive systems.

Single Axis (360°) or Two Axis (±80°) Measurement
Accuracy ±0.5°
Shock Resistant up to 100 g
Tough Fiber-reinforced PBT and Heavy Duty Die-cast Aluminum Housings Available.
Available Interfaces: Analog Voltage or Current
IP69K, Protected from Dust, Water or High Pressure Cleaning

Like other members of the TILTIX family, the new lower-cost inclinometers are available in single-axis (0−360°) or dual axis (±80°) versions. Durable PBT plastic housings meet the needs of most applications, with extra heavy-duty cast aluminum housings available for very harsh working environments. They are rated for shocks of up to 100g. The output interface for these instruments is analog (voltage or current) which makes them straightforward to integrate into simple analog control or warning systems. The zero setting can be set through a input pin.