The Columbia Model Dl-100-10-DFD-1R Inclinometer System is a unique Differential tilt measuring device which allows matching the slope of two remotely located surfaces. It is particularly useful in construction and shipbuilding. The readout can be set to indicate the absolute tilt of either sensor or the differential angle between them.
Consult the factory for customized versions of these sensors.
Exports of accelerometers from the United States are subject to the licensing requirements of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and/or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
|Input Requirements||117 Volts AC @ 49-63Hz, 2.5 Watts Typ.|
|System Accuracy||(All Modes) +0.010' From 0 to 5'; +0.030' from 5 to 10'|
|System Resolution||> 0.001'|
|System Null Stability||+0.005' Short Term. +0.020' Long Term|
|Operating Temperature Range||+40'F to +110'F (+5'C to +45'C)|
|Storage Temperature Range||+30'F to +125'F (O'C to +52'C)|
|Operating Controls||AC Power switch. Display selection switch|
|Display||4 1/2 Digit, 7 Segment 0.4R High readout indicating +10.000' Full Scale Switch selects either sensor output of differential mode Display Blanks if one or both sensors are not connected|