Tilt Sensors from Rieker, Inc.

Dual Axis Inclinometer Sensor Package -- SBG2U


 
 
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Dual Axis Inclinometer Sensor Package -- SBG2U-Image

The SBG2U sensor box is packaged in a solid and compact pressure-cast aluminum housing with two integrated sensors for dual axis inclination measurement.

Within the box are 2 amplifier sections, each with 0…5V output signal and a separate highly stable power supply for the sensor (this can be used as an external voltage reference). The amplifiers contain a low-pass filter for upper frequency limitation, with noise suppression filtering and a diode bridge guarantee the electromagnetic compatibility. Both sensor and amplifier are galvanically isolated from the housing - further reducing susceptibility to outside noise. Specific response time constants and maximum current output limitations are additional options.

The sensors add a very high degree of accuracy and a considerably reduced temperature drift over the whole temperature range. The strong metal PG cable fixing combined with the high voltage signal output makes the SBG2U a high-quality system for use under many types of harsh working conditions.

Features

  • Rugged pressure die-cast Aluminium housing with saltwater resistant coating
  • IP65 to IP67 Environmental Protection
  • 2 integrated 0…5V amplifiers
  • Temperature drift compensation
  • 8…30V unregulated power supply
  • Angle measuring range can be scaled to customer requirements
  • Compatible with NG Sensor
  • Sensor and amplifier are galvanically separated from the housing
  • Extensive EMC protection
  • Highly stable sensor supply voltage
  • Programmable dynamic response
  • 5V reference voltage is available
  • High overload resistance
  • Low-pass signal filter with optional setting of maximum frequency for suppression of interference frequencies


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