The In-place Inclinometer is a device that continuously measures deformation. The tube has two coasters, each equipped with wheels, that are inserted inside the inclinometer to measure the deformation.

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In-place Inclinometers are a set of instruments that are connected through a stainless steel cable to form a column. These instruments are mainly used for monitoring landslides and soil movements and structural control of dams, walls, bulkheads, poles, masts, and more. The inclinometer probe allows you to attach a stainless steel cable to place it into the hole and possibly recover it. All mechanical parts, including coasters with wheels, are made entirely of stainless steel AISI 316. The compartment that contains sensors and conditioning electronics is completely covered in resin to ensure maximum durability against water infiltration. This is the analog version of the device. It comprises a tilt sensor (or two tilt sensors mounted at 90° in the biaxial version) mounted inside a stainless steel tube.


  • Bridges
  • Dams
  • Landslides
  • Tunnels
    • Sensor type: biaxial MEMS
    • Range: +/-10°, +/-30°
    • Power: 12-15 Vdc
    • Output signal: 0-5 v 3 wires
    • Resolution: 0.001°
    • Total accuracy: less 0.05% F.S.
    • Long term stability: less 0.02°
    • Operating temperature: -20…..+60 °C
    • Dimensions: 30 mm diameter, 1200 mm lenght
    • Distance between wheels: 1000 mm
    • Material: stainless steel
    • Suspension cable: 2 mm stainless steel cable
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