LS-G6-LAS-TIL90

The LaserTilt90

The LaserTilt90 can be used to measure and monitor settlement from a reference point or to infer vertical settlement at the tunnel crown, tunnel and mining convergence, bearing and expansion joint movements, displacement in structures and buildings, deformations in underground excavations, slope movements, fracture and faults surveillance.

Loadsensing edge device

LaserTilt90

A wireless laser distance meter, inclinometer and data logger

  • Wireless sensor. 
  • More flexible installation options with its ±90° range and 3-axis inclination measurement
  • Extended battery life, up to 10 years when sampling every 1 or 6 hours
  • Provides data set average that can be used to filter noisy data

HOW IT WORKS

From edge-to-cloud

Simplify your projects through remote, automated monitoring.

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Decrease the risk of data loss through a redundant network.
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DATA COLLECTION

The LaserTilt90 collects and wirelessly transmits data at your chosen sampling rate.

COMMUNICATION

Data is sent to the cloud through a reliable and redundant network.

DATA ACCESS & DATA MONITORING

Manage all deployed devices, data and networks through CMT by Loadsensing.

DATA ANALYTICS

Analyze all data through our 3rd-party software partners or your proprietary tool.

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FAQ’s

01

What is the temperature influence on the measurement?

The change of temperature and weather conditions of the deployment can affect the measurements of the laser distance meter wireless sensor. However, temperature influences are considered on the accuracy of the sensor according to reading conditions. See the datasheet for more details.

02

What are the effects of weather conditions on the measurement?

The weather conditions of the deployment can affect the measurements of the laser distance meter wireless sensor. However, the resulting measurements comply with the accuracy of the sensor according to reading conditions. See the datasheet for more details.
In addition, signal strength may vary due to the luminosity descension.

03

What happens if the laser gets out of the target? How can I detect it?

When the laser gets out of the target, the signal strength will fall immediately and it will show a variation of the distance measured. The combination of both parameters will be key to detect it.

04

What happens when pointing to an irregular surface? What are we measuring?

When pointing to an irregular surface, the edges will hold different signal strength and distance measure will be the one that holds more power (the biggest irregularity).

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