Measurement of rotation in dams , bridges , viaducts , bell towers , buildings etc.
The IN950 inverted pendulum has been designed to measure with great sensitivity, the rotations of structures caused by any kind of instability. Based on the plumb-line principle, the instrument is able to control the rotations on measurement bases, as required.
The pendulum is consisting of: a damping tank, a float, a wire or a rod and a anchor (ballast).
The pendulum reverse is particularly suitable for controlling the rotations of a structure with respect to a deep and fixed point of the ground, in which the anchor point is positioned.
This instrument is suitable for all those applications in which the anchor point is not accessible.
The measures are taken from inductive sensors or lasered, positioned orthogonally in the damping tank. On request, sensors are available that are placed along the rod to measure any change in position.
Each sensor is supplied with a test certificate which certifies the results of the test performed and the electromechanical characteristics of the same.
Data acquisition system