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Penny & Giles STT280

Sealed Tilt Sensor, Choice of Measurement Ranges.

The new STT280 sealed tilt sensor is designed to provide reliable, fit-and-forget tilt measurement sensing within an extremely compact housing, for the most arduous operating environments. The STT280 is suitable for use in applications such as road construction equipment, cranes and booms, scissor lifts, agricultural vehicles, container handling and hydraulic lift systems.

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Specifications

Mechanical

Housing Style - -
Housing Material - -
Measuring Angle ±10°, ±20°, ±30°, or ±60° Contact GSGR for ordering codes
Height - -
Length - -
Width - -
Mounting 2 x M4 socket head cap screws and M4 washer (not supplied) See brochure for maximum tightening torque

Electrical

Input 8 to 30Vdc (unregulated) 5Vdc ±0.25 (regulated)
Output - -
Electrical Protection - -
Connections - -
LED Indicators - -
Resolution ±0.07° -

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range −40°C to +125°C (5V supply) Operational temperature dependent upon supply voltage
Storage Temperature Range −55°C to +125°C -
Humidity - -
Environmental Protection IP68 to 2m For 24 hour duration
Vibration 20Hz to 2000Hz random -
Shock 3m drop onto concrete Absolute maximum 20,000g

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