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Gefran inclination sensors

Position Transducers use MEMS Technology

April 25, 2022
AutomationDirect's Gefran inclination sensors are well-suited for harsh environments.

Gefran inclination sensors use cutting-edge MEMS technology (micro-electromechanical devices integrated onto a single silicon chip) to provide reliable and precise tilt angle measurement with respect to gravity. The sensors are rugged and suitable for the harshest environments. 

They come in an encapsulated thermoplastic housing with a high IP67/69K rating and are available with an integrated cable or M12 quick-disconnect; M12 quick-disconnect models are fully redundant, having two sensors in one housing. 

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