Precision levelling and tilt angles measurement essentially involve simultaneous 2-dimensional planes rather than conventionally known as two independent single-axis. Digi-Pas® 2-axis intelligent inclination modules having high precision and wide measurement range are capable of providing real-time levelling, angular & vibration readings that empower application engineers to continuously measure and monitor machine/equipment/structure angular positional status precisely and speedily.
These small footprint, 2-axis and high shock resistant MEMS driven inclination sensor modules effectively eliminate limitations associated with using multiple single-axis sensors or bulky pendulum/servo-based sensors to achieve precise 2D levelling and planar angular measurements. MEMS sensor contents no moving part, essentially requires little/no maintanance when compared to pendulum-based sensor.
Precision machines/equipment performances are sensitive to its own frame/structure vibration. Unleveled machine footings is one definitive source enabling additional vibrations during machine is in running mode. For examples, (i) blur images in image/optical capturing machines (such as CMM, CT Scan & MRI) deteriorate measurement accuracy, (ii) Vibration causes CNC machines reduces production output yield. Typical machine's structural/frame vibrations are low frequencies. It is therefore vital to measure machine's vibration frequency and magnitude during machine running to manage its accuracy performances.
PC Sync PRO software can capture vibration patterns from Sensor module and real-time display on PC screen in graphical format. User may choose to save vibration data in Excel file for further analysis.
Digi-Pas® 2-axis inclination sensor module system (Sensor Module + Control Box + PC Sync Pro Software) is designed as a DEVELOPMENT KIT for application engineers who explore to integrate sonsor modules into precision machine/equipment/structure enabling them to instantly access angular positional readings and store data in Excel format, without the need for tedious and time-consuming programming.
The angular measurement system enables user-defined settings to activate/control any external connected peripheral devices at ease (see below suggested diagram). Alternatively, experienced engineers/experts may choose to download Digi-Pas Dynamic-Link Library to link with your own coding to directly extract measurement readings from sensor modules (without Control Box & PC Sync Software).
DWL-5000XY Series Inclination Sensor Modules accuracy is verified by accredited 3rd party independent calibration & test bodies and National Metrology Centre traceable to SI standard and NIST, JIS, UKAS & DIN under CIPM MRA.
Measuring resolution of 0.001° with Accuracy ± 0.001° (18µm/m) at 0° ~ ±2.000°; ±0.003° at other angles
Single Axis measuring range 0° ~ ±10.000°Dual Axis measuring range 0° ~ ±5.000°
Enable user to measure relative angles at a common plane with respect to a reference angle. The reference angle can be set using alternate zero feature.
The sensor module is waterproof rated and enable to be located in harsh working environment.
Easy self-calibration feature allows user to reset the digital level back to factory preset accuracy.
USB connection for remote acquisition, monitoring, data logging & analysis in computer.
Enable basic features of remote data acquisition on Angular Measurements.
Wireless connection (Bluetooth industrial class 1) to device for remote monitoring, data logging & analysis from computer. (PRO PC sync software is required)
Enable advance features to set parameters and triggering relay outputs for remote data acquisition, logging, processing, analysis on angular measurements and control output of peripheral devices.
Precision levelling and angle measurement/alignment tasks essentially involve surface planes that demand for 2-dimensional solution rather than the outdated single-axis 'bubble' vial method that indicates 'bubble' leveling status 'one axis at a time'.
Digi-Pas® 2-axis precision digital level simultaneous displays of two-dimensional plane angles, effectively simplifying and resolve the hurdles of taking angles 'one axis at a time' iteration (tedious & time consuming task of trial-and-error) experienced when using those outdated single-axis 'bubble' or traditional digital levels to conduct surface plane levelling, tilt angle measurement, surface flatness profiling and precision 2D alignment tasks.