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    HNS-45-D2-R Inclination Switch with Relay Output

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    Very precise and robust inclination switch with merged relay output for monitoring 2 axes

    • 1 potential-free relay output (2 A loadable)
    • Very precise: MEMS sensor element
    • NO/NC function via toggle switch
    • Small, robust metal housing IP67

    Adjustments of switching angle and zero position

    The HNS-45-D2-R monitors the inclination of 2 axes, X and Y.
    The switching angle can be defined independently for both axes.
    The switching angles are automatically mirrored on the respective axis and thus monitor the inclination
    both in plus and minus direction.
    The zero position can be changed subsequently without having to reprogram the switching angles.

    Safety function in case of power failure

    The common relay changeover contact drops out both when the switching angles are reached
    and as a safety functionin case of power failure.
    The sensor therefore emits a signal.

    Protection class:IP67
    Material (housing):Aluminum die-cast
    Electrical connection:M12 8-pole
    Operating voltage:16...30 VDC
    Current consumption:< 30 mA
    max. voltage relay output:30 V
    max. current relay output:2 A
    Output signal:1 x potential free relay, change-over contact
    Switching angle X-Axis:0,5°...45°
    Switching angle Y-Axis:0,5°...45°
    Hysteresis mode:0,1°…2° with potentiometer
    Inertia (cutt-off frequency):5...0,2 sec. (0,2...5 Hz)
    Accuracy:±0,05° + 1% of the switching angle
    Resolution sensor:0,025°
    Calibration precision:± 0,05°
    Operating temperature:Operation -25°...+80°C


    More Information about inclination switches and inclination sensors
    Inclination switches may be installed in stationary or mobile applications, in which it is necessary to measure and safely supervise any kind of an angle. The moment a preset angle has been reached, the respective switching output will open or close. Typical cases of application of inclination switches (which are often also called crash sensors due to their case of operation) are tilt protection devices, lifting platforms, forklifts, cranes, excavators, agricultural machinery, truck trailers and also a lot of electric car charging stations. But inclinations switches are also required and very useful in many more different areas such as mobile homes, yachts, off-road vehicles or wind power plants.

    Inclination Switches / Inclination Sensors available from PIMZOS.COM
    The electronic inclination switches, also called inclinometers, are equipped with either transistor outputs or relay outputs. They are designed for professional continuous operation and excel by highest quality and accuracy as well as through a robust, compact and an easy-to-assemble design. The sensor element and the electronics are protected against environmental influences excellently by a durable metal housing and the potting compound. All our inclination switches work without mercury and are temperature compensated. Angles are measured contactless by a modern, highly accurate Micro Electromechanical System (MEMS) with intelligent evaluation by a micro controller.


    Article number
    50210008 - HNS-45-D2-R
    50210008 - HNS-45-D2-R

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