Inclinometer for inclination measurement in the range of ±10 degrees
NB3 is a static accelerometer preferably employed for measuring
The sensor's primary transformer consists of a capacitive spring-mass system with gas-dynamic damping.
The sensor is manufactured either with an analog DC or a pulse width modulated output. The integrated sensor electronics require only minimal power and are in conjunction with the capacitive primary transformer characterized by high accuracy and long-term stability.
The NB3 is
suitable for applications requiring a small, light sensor for
measurement of relatively small inclination angles.
Typical areas of application include measuring instruments and inspection systems, vehicles, automation and safety engineering, scientific devices, medical and communications equipment as well as leveling systems.
|Dimensions||see dimension drawing|
|Measuring range||±10 degrees|
|Display range||±20 degrees|
|Linearity deviation||<0,2% F.S.|
|Settling time||approx. 0.3 seconds (shorter times optional)|
|Supply voltage (regulated) Ub||5V|
|Permissible supply voltage range||3V ... 6V|
|Current drawn at Ub=5V||approx. 1mA|
|Degree of protection||IP65|
|Operating temperature||-40 bis +85°C (125°C optional)|
|Storage temperature||-45 bis +90°C (125°C optional)|
|Weight without cable||approx. 25 grams|
|Electrical connection||3 highly flexible wires Øapprox.1mm, length
0,5m shielded cable Ø2,1mm
3 flexible Teflon-coated wires
Values for analog DC output at UbN=5 Volt
|Temperature drift of sensitivity||< +1·10-2%/K|
|Temperature drift of zero point||< ±0,025mV/K|
|Zero offset at Ub=5V||2,5±0,1Volt - generally: 0,5Ub±4%|
on request: PWM-output
Dimensions (in mm) and Connections
Attention! The supply voltage must not exceed 6 Volt and the polarity must not be reversed.
Attention! These sensors are not suited for applications subject to high mechanical shocks!
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