The in-place inclinometer is a device that measures deformation by using a tilt sensor (or two tilt sensors at a 90-degree angle in the biaxial version) inside a stainless steel tube.

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In-place Inclinometers are instruments connected through a stainless steel cable, forming a column. They are used to continuously monitor soil movements, landslides, and structural control of dams, walls, bulkheads, poles, masts, etc. The probe can be attached to a stainless steel cable to place it in a hole for possible recovery. All mechanical parts, including the pair of coasters with wheels, are made entirely of stainless steel AISI 316. It is the digital version of this inclinometer. The compartment containing sensors and conditioning electronics is entirely covered in resin to provide maximum durability against water infiltration. The tube inclinometer has two coasters, each with a pair of wheels, that are inserted inside the tube to measure the deformation continuously.


  • Bridges
  • Dams
  • Landslides
  • Tunnels
    • Sensor type: biaxial MEMS
    • Range: from +/-5° to +/-30°
    • Power: 12-15 Vdc
    • Output signal: RS 485 (Modbus RTU)
    • Resolution: 0.0003°
    • Total accuracy: less 0.02% F.S.
    • Long term stability: less 0.01°
    • Operating temperature: -20…..+60 °C
    • Dimensions: 30 mm diameter, 1200 mm lenght
    • Distance between wheels:1000 mm
    • Material: stainless steel
    • Suspension cable: diam. 10 mm stainless steel rods
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