An inclinometer is a lightweight instrument and easy to operate by one person.It is all solid-state, waterproof, durable.It has a high resolution and accuracy of 0.01 degree, an optional measuring range of 0~180°or 0~360°, stable performance.long working time and the indicator works continuously for 80 hours after 1 time charging.It is used in surveying,volcanoes and geophysics .

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An Inclinometer or clinometer is an instrument for measuring angles of slope (or tilt), elevation or depression of an object with respect to gravity. It is also known as a tilt meter, tilt indicator, slope alert, slope gauge, gradient meter, gradiometer, level gauge, level meter, declinometer, and pitch & roll indicator. Clinometers measure both inclines (positive slopes, as seen by an observer looking upwards) and declines (negative slopes, as seen by an observer looking downward) using three different units of measure: degrees, percent, and topo[disambiguation needed]. Astrolabes are inclinometers that were used for navigation and locating astronomical objects from ancient times to the Renaissance.



Light weight and easy to operate by one person.

All solid-state, waterproof, durable.

High resolution and accuracy, optional measuring range(+-15 degree,+-30 degree), stable performance.

Long working time and the indicator works continuously for 80 hours after 1 time charging.


Determining latitude using Polaris (in the Northern Hemisphere) or the two stars of the constellation Crux (in the Southern Hemisphere).

Determining the angle of the Earth's magnetic field with respect to the horizontal plane.

Showing a deviation from the true vertical or horizontal.

Surveying, to measure an angle of inclination or elevation.

Alerting an equipment operator that it may tip over.

Measuring angles of elevation, slope, or incline, e.g. of an embankment.

Measuring slight differences in slopes, particularly for geophysics. Such inclinometers are, for instance, used for monitoring volcanoes, or for measuring the depth and rate of landslide movement.

Measuring movements in walls or the ground in civil engineering projects.

Determining the dip of beds or strata, or the slope of an embankment or cutting; a kind of plumb level.


Some automotive safety systems.





Geological drilling




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