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Turck presents with the B2N-360-Q42 an 3D inclination angle sensor, which can be adjusted by the user via IO-Link comprehensively and exactly to its application. With twice the 360 ° measuring range, the sensor is not limited to a maximum of ± 85 ° like all comparable models. Users can not only parameterize individual vibration filters that precisely hide the vibration frequency of their machine, but also set the zero point, switching points or switching windows - depending on the installation situation and on-site requirements.

In addition to vibration, the sensor also suppresses potential sources of error such as accelerations or shocks. Due to the comprehensive parameterizability and the maximum detection range of 360 ° on two axes, the sensor can be used for almost any application. He thus reduces the number of available inclination angle sensor variants to a single.

The B2N-360-Q42 can also be used to measure vibrations or shocks. Turck offers the sensor in two versions: The industrial version for the temperature range from -25 ° to + 75 ° C is suitable, for example, for tilt detection on solar panels or robots. Turck designed a second variant according to the e1 specification for use on commercial vehicles and construction machinery. The e1 variant can withstand extreme temperatures from -40 ° to + 85 ° C and works with the usual vehicle voltage of 8 ... 30 V. Both versions fulfill IP69K protection. The output signal can be set individually: for example to the standard signal ranges 0 ... 10 V or 4 ... 20 mA.


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