Absolute accuracy up to ±0,1°, reliable output signal by user-configurable low pass filter
Reliable performance in rough environment
Extended temperature range –40 ... +85 °C, high shock and vibration resistance up to 200 g / 20 g, protection rating up to IP 69K, corrosion-resistant compliant to CX (C5-M)
Connectivity with ease and flexibility
Available with standard interfaces SAEJ1939 and CANopen® DS410 and with 4 ... 20 mA, 0...5 V, 0.5...4,. V and 0...10 V as analog variant
Maximum flexibility by high-compatible connection technology
Optionally with one or two flange connectors M12 (CAN-in, CAN-out), cable outlet or cable with attached DEUTSCH connector
Capable of safety functions up to PLd level
E1-compliant design, applicable up to PLd (ISO 13849), optional redundant use
Easy and reliable angular measurements at
Construction and agricultural machinery
Cranes and hoists
Solar energy systems
General machine and plant engineering
Function principle of inclination sensors
Tilt sensors measure the inclination angle of an object relative to the gravity of the earth without contact.
Thanks to the use of highly developed capacitive MEMS technology, tilt sensors are very precise and extremely robust, even in harsh environments.
One-dimensional sensors measure the inclination of an axis in the range of 360°. Two-dimensional sensors simultaneously measure two axes up to a maximum of ± 90°.
Baumer tilt and acceleration sensors use sensor elements based on capacitive MEMS technology (micro-electro-mechanical system).
Compared to alternative technologies, capacitive MEMS sensor elements exhibit the advantage of a small size, no moving parts and high cost-efficiency, as well as the highest reliability under the harshest conditions.
The capacitive MEMS sensor elements used by Baumer are especially qualified for the tough application in industrial and mobile automation, while their long-term availability is assured.