Inclinometers

Inclinometers - TMM55 - Sick

Small, light, and rugged!

The TMM55 inclination sensors are characterized by their compact design and ruggedness. As well as simple 4-hole mounting, the M12 male connector on the cable outlet also offers a great deal of flexibility when mounting the sensor mechanically. With their rugged and UV-resistant plastic housings, the inclination sensors are also ideally suited to outdoor use. The information about the inclination angle is transmitted via analog current or voltage signals. To ensure high levels of accuracy, the inclination sensors are calibrated at the factory.
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Inclinometers - TMS/TMM61 – Sick

Precise inclination measurement in a compact design.

The TMS61 one-dimensional inclination sensor and the TMM61 two-dimensional inclination sensor are setting new standards with respect to size, flexibility, and performance. In their small, rugged plastic housings, the sensors offer excellent resolution and accuracy – what's more, this is achieved over the entire measuring range and in an extremely wide range of ambient conditions. The CANopen interface enables a whole host of device parameters to be adapted, allowing the sensor to be perfectly tailored to the application. The new PGT-12-Pro handheld programming tool from Sick makes configuration much easier. As a result, the user is ready to go in just a few clicks and can cut out the time-consuming task of configuring the sensor via the control system.
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Inclinometers - TMS/TMM88- Sick

High-precision inclination measurement for harsh ambient conditions.

The TMS88 one-dimensional inclination sensor and the TMM88 two-dimensional inclination sensor take measurements with an accuracy of up to +/- 0.02°. The inclination value is provided either via a current or voltage interface with a linearized output signal or via a standardized CANopen interface. The PGT-12-Pro handheld programming tool allows the inclination sensors to be configured with ease, tailoring them perfectly to the application.

The sensors are available in UV-resistant plastic housings and in rugged aluminum housings.
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