EiS - Electronic Inclinometer:
The Canfield Connector Electronic Inclinometer Sensor EiS is an instrument designed to measure angles of slope, tilt, or elevation of an object with respect to gravity based on an artificial horizon. Synonyms include tilt sensor, tilt switch, clinometer, slope sensor, slope gauge, level sensor, level meter, tiltmeter, or pitch and roll sensor. The EiS Series is an all-solid-state, MEMs device designed to measure tilt while reporting the data within 0.3 degrees accuracy +/- 85° with analog output of .5 to 9.5 Volts DC, 4 -20mA. The unit features a miniature metal housing and is epoxy encapsulated for vibration, water, and dust resistance, and is rated up to IP 69K environmental rating. Available in 1 or 2 axis versions, the unit boasts a temperature drift of +/- 1° maximum with a temperature range of -40 to 85°C. The EiS Series is precisely calibrated to remove non-linearity in the sensing range. Applications for inclinometers such as the EiS Series include platform leveling, motion sensing, filter vibrations, boom angle sensing, cameras, machine arm angle sensing as well as mobile security systems. The unit comes with high-quality 9 ft. PVC jacketed wire, other lengths, and quick connections as options, and are mounted in place by use of two 4.2mm holes.