SENSORS: The Columbia Model DI-10-DFD-IR Inclinometer System is particularly useful in construction and shipbuilding. It is a unique differential tilt measuring device which allows matching the slope of two remotely located surfaces. The readout can be set to indicate the absolute tilt of either sensor or the differential angle between them. These extremely rugged inclinometers offer superior force balance technology and high resolution. The display is 4½ digit, 7 segment 0.4 inches high readout indicating + 10.000 degrees full scale. It has switch select for either sensor output or differential mode. The display blanks if either one or both sensors are not connected. Customized versions of these sensors are available from the factory.
The Sensors provided with this system feature aluminum case material and weigh 12oz. (340gm). They are 3.64 x 2.10 x 1.69 inches. Operating temperature ranges from -20 to +75C and their shock survival is 50G RMS.
Transfers the control of a large number of motion axes from one numerical control kernel to another within a CNC system, using multiple NCKs, and enables implement control schemes for virtually any type of machine tool.
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