The Cline Labs, Inc. electronic dual axes sensors are high performance yet low cost angle measurement sensors. They combine proven technology with state-of-the-art electronics and the result is reliable operation and low power consumption. There are three models. Part Number 100671-01, 100671-02 and Part Number 100351-01.
The electronics provide the sensor output as a pulse width output. It is a replacement for the AccuStar II DAS 30/ Pulse Width P/N 02794-01
Null to 10° +/- 0.3°
10° to 20° 3% of reading
20° to 30° Monotonic
Null Repeatability: 0.15°
Tc of Scale: ±0.2% per C
Voltage Supply Range +5.0VDC to +15 VDC
Current 3.0mA (max)
Scale 0.25% / arc-degree (individual sensors may vary 10%) Part Number 100671-01
Scale 0.51% / arc-degree (individual sensors may vary 10%) Part Number 100671-02
The pulse widths t1 and t2 are proportional to the sensor output. As the senosr is rotated, t1 increases or decreases and t2 decreases and increases.
Pulse width ratio: R = t2 / (t1+ t2) At null when (t2 = t1) R = 50%
To shut down X Axis tie X to VDC. To shut down Y axis tie Y to VDC.
The microprocessor electronics convert the sensor's inherently non-linear output into easy to interpret analog outputs. The dual axes is compact, rugged and lightweight and is easy to integrate mechanically. This highly accurate device, with no moving parts, will give designers new freedom both technically and economically.
Null Repeatability: 0.2°
Operating: -15 to +85 C
Storage: -40 to +125 C
Tc of Scale: ±0.06% per C