the well-proven digital inclination
sensor ZEROTRONIC, WYLER offers the
analog inclination sensor
LEVELMATIC. In the machine tool business, sensors
with an analog output are sometimes
easier to integrate. For such
applications LEVELMATIC fits perfectly.
Its robust design allows inclination
measurement even under tough conditions.
The LEVELMATIC sensor 31 is an anlog sensor
with an anlog output signal (see
specification). This sensor has specifically
been developed to be mounted on machines.
Since the sensor is mounted in a tight,
weatherproof and shockabsorband housing,
inclination measurements are possible even
under difficult conditions. The distance
between the sensor and the indication unit
should not exceed 15 m. The application of
the sensor is easy.
Measurement principle (similar to MINILEVEL
NT + LEVELTRONIC NT):
The LEVELMATIC sensor is based on the
pendulum properties of a friction free
supported disc of a mass weighing less than
1 gram. A two-phase frequency (2.9 kHz) is
supplied to two electrodes, which together
with the pendulum disc supported in the
shielded and dust proof gap between them,
build a differential capacitor. The
inclination signal is created at the
pendulum. Due to the perfect rotational
symmetry of the sensor inclinations
perpendicular to the measuring axis are of
insignificant influence to the measurement,
even overhead measurements are possible.
The shielded sensor and the capacitive
measuring principle make the system
insensitive to magnetic and electric fields.
With this pendulum system extremely accurate
results regarding repetition and hysteresis
combined with very short reaction times has