Mechanical Inclinometers: 2000 Series

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Mechanical Inclinometers: 2000 Series

2055 Mechanical Inclinometer


Mechanical Inclinometers: 2000 Series

2056 Mechanical Inclinometer


Mechanical Inclinometers: 2000 Series

2058 Mechanical Inclinometer


2000 Series Mechanical Inclinometers

Our 2000 series mechanical inclinometers use precision scientific glass tube and ball construction with a rugged, polycarbonate housing. All our tubes are filled with special damping fluid that controls the movement of the ball. The fluid combined with large, clear number and degree markings make it easy to get quick, accurate readings under a wide variety of severe environmental conditions. Our 2000 series mechanical inclinometers are the industry standard typically used on sailboats and watercraft to indicate small changes in attitude and provide a real-time angle of the vessel. Other applications include aerial lift/off-road material handlers, cranes, construction equipment, aircraft, submarines, military and government vehicles for pitch and roll indication, balancing, and preventing roll-over.

Mechanical Inclinometers are instruments for measuring angles of slope and inclination of an object with respect to its gravity by creating an artificial horizon. It is also known as a tilt sensor, tilt indicator, slope meter, slope gauge, gradient meter, gradiometer, level gauge & level meter. An inclinometer is commonly used in different industries like Aviation, civil engineering, Government, Marine, Military, and Transportation for platform leveling, boom angle indication, and slope angle measurement. The tilt angle range is the range of desired linear output measured in degrees. Important specifications to consider when searching for tilt sensors and inclinometers are the tilt angle range and number of axes.

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