Instrumentation & Monitoring Equipment

Inclinometers, Tiltmeters & Pendulums


Analogue Tiltmeters

The measurement of inclinations is essential for the control and security of structures in elevation, both during the construction phase than in operation.

Thanks to the new MEMS self-compensated sensor or the force-balanced servo-accelerometer sensors, Sisgeo clinometers ensure high accuracy and negligible dependence on thermal factors.

They can be read locally using a portable readout or centralized with a datalogger for remote monitoring.

MEMS tiltmeters are also available with IP68 enclosure for underwater installation.

Applications:

  • Monitoring of inclination changes due to civil or industrial activities
  • Retaining walls and diaphragms movements
  • Monitoring of buildings damaged from earthquake
  • Small dimensions for a lower visual impact on monuments and historical buildings

Main technical characteristics of MEMS tilt sensors:

  • Measuring range: ±2.5°, ±5°, ±10°
  • Sensitivity: 0.0013°
  • Accuracy: 0.10% FS with 3rd degree polynomial
  • Thermal drift: ±0.005% / °C
  • Signal output: 4-20mA

Main technical characteristics of servo-accelerometer tilt sensors:

  • Measuring range: ±5°, ±14.5°, ±30°
  • Sensitivity: 0.00017°
  • Accuracy: 0.03% FS with 3rd degree polynomial
  • Thermal drift: ±0.002% / °C
  • Signal output: ±5 V ±1%


Analogue Tiltmeters
Analogue Tiltmeters
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