Tilt Sensor Prevents Unsafe Working Conditions

Tilt Sensor Prevents Unsafe Working Conditions
The Fredericks Company

Reportedly, the 0729-1761-99 dual-axis CAN Bus SAE J1939 inclinometer can be used to prevent unsafe operation of industrial machinery. The inclinometer measures and signals tilt from a level position in applications such as construction and agricultural machinery, boom lifts, forestry vehicles, forklifts, scissor lifts, and telescopic handlers. It employs the company’s TrueTILT wide-range electrolytic tilt sensor and signal conditioner, making is viable for measuring the angular movement of industrial machinery in applications that require a wide operating range. Contained in a durable high-temperature Noryl plastic housing with urethane potting, the inclinometer can withstand extreme environmental conditions. Additionally, the inclinometer is IP66 rated, CE certified and RoHS compliant. For more information and a datasheet, go to http://www.frederickscompany.com/tilt-sensor-assemblies/inclinometers/0729-1761-99

The Fredericks Company
Huntingdon Valley, PA
215-947-2500
[email protected]
http://www.frederickscompany.com

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Company: The Fredericks Company
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 215-947-2500

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