Inclinometers & Tiltmeters
Inclinometers precisely measure an object’s angle or tilt. Inclinometers are calledinclination sensorsortilt meters. Our portfolio includes the right system for any application – whether it’s amplification electronics, limit monitoring, or tilt angle visualization – and it all comes in rugged industrial EMV casings. We also offer solutions for mobile applications – digital spirit levels with 360° measurement range and display, available with magnetic bases for even greater ease of installation.
Product Overview Inclinometers, Tiltmeters & Displays
Inclinometers identify an object’s angle. Unlike accelerometers, which are based on similar technology, inclinometers measure a change in angle or position relative to the earth’s gravity. They are often used for static leveling measurements. There are several basic measurement principles, which are suited for different measurement tasks:
- Single-axis systems for tilt measurement in ATEX areas or pitch & roll measurement systems;
- Submersible offshore inclinometers or portable digital spirit levels.
Together, we will identify the right solution for your application! You can also benefit from our broad selection of turnkey measurement systems for special applications:
- Inclination Measurement System for Antenna Mast Alignment
- Inclination Measurement System for Turbine Assembly
- Dual Inclinometer Measurement & Logging System
We also offer a broad selection ofcustom solutionsfor tilt and inclination measurements in specific applications. Contact us and let us know what you need!
- Temperature compensation
- Broad selection of configurations and sizes
- Suitable for industrial applications and rough environments (ATEX, offshore, etc.)
- High versatility thanks to extensive connectivity
- Complete measurement systems available
Possible Applications for Inclinometers
- Safety monitoring for cranes and lifts
- Underground measurements
- Naval stabilization
- Railway industry / track alignment and maintenance
- High-precision geotechnology
Applications with Inclination Sensors