MEMSIC brings a new product family – the MTLT series of Inclination and Tilt Sensors. The announced family of tilt sensors is appropriate for a wide range of static and dynamic applications in construction and industrial markets such as boom tilt monitoring, bucket loader roll back protection, PV/CSP solar tracking systems and others.
The first three family members in MTLT series, the MTLT110S-R, MTLT105S-R and MTLT105D-R are currently available for evaluation.
“Vibration and vehicle motion have caused problems for inclinometers for years, forcing customers to either sacrifice response time by heavily filtering the output of a static inclinometer or buy more expensive IMU solutions with more capability than they need,” said James Fennelly, MEMSIC Product Marketing Manager. “The MTLT105D gives customers a new cost effective choice that does not sacrifice response time.”
All three products are IP67 rated inclinometers with an integrated RS-232 interface and flying lead cable operating from a 9 V to 32 V single supply.
The MTLT105S and MTLT110S are designed for applications needing < 0.5 degree and < 1.0 degree accuracy, respectfully, over the full operating temperature range.
- The MTLT sensors also include programmable tilt alarms for tilt safety applications.
- The alarm can be programmed to be triggered to activate when the tilt exceeds a specified threshold.
- The tilt alarm can also be used to lock out controls or trigger an alarm or warning light.
- It is an all-in-one tilt safety solution eliminating the need for an external microprocessor to interpret tilt angles.
The MTLT family achieves the best price and performance by utilizing Micro Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) sensors, extensive over temperature calibration, and MEMSIC’s SmartSensing technology which provides users with unmatched sensor fusion and performance in critical motion sensing applications. Each unit is fully calibrated over temperature providing confidence in safety applications.
MTLT samples are available to qualified customers for evaluation. Designers can evaluate and log data using MEMSIC’s NavView Software.