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EC-SNR-9090-H Single Axis inclinometer

Absolute single axis inclinometer sensor

product details

  • Supply line is protected against reversed polarity and load dump
  • Outputs are protected against short circuits to GND and supply
  • +/- 90° measurement range
  • 0.25° resolution
  • 0.5 to 4.5Vdc output signal over its range with
    a nominal 2.5Vdc at 0 degree
  • Operating voltage: 8.5 – 30 Vdc

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EC-SNR-3030-H Dual Axis Inclinometer

Absolute dual axis inclinometer

product details

  • Supply line is protected against reversed polarity and load dump
  • Outputs are protected against short circuits to GND and supply
  • +/- 30° measurement range
  • 0.10° resolution
  • 0.5 to 4.5Vdc output signal over its range with
    a nominal 2.5Vdc at 0 degree
  • Operating voltage: 8.5 – 30 Vdc

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EC-SNR-1290-H Length and Angle Sensor

Heavy duty, high protection, length and angle sensor
with redundant output signals

product details

  • +/- 90° angle measurement range
  • 12 meter (39.3ft.) length measurement range
  • 0.5 to 4.5Vdc angle output signal with a nominal 2.5Vdc at 0 degree, 0-5Vdc length signal
  • Operating Temperature: -25 ° / + 85 °C
  • Degree of protection: IP 65
  • Operating voltage: 8.5 – 30 Vdc

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EC-SNR-0102-H Proximity Sensor

Heavy duty, high protection proximity sensor based on Hall effect technology

product details

  • Supply line is protected against reversed polarity
  • Operating voltage: 4 – 26 Vdc
  • Max current consumption: 11 mA
  • Max current output: 20 mA
  • Operating temperature: -40 / +150 ° C
  • Degree of protection: IP68

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