DST X710, X720 and X730 series, inclination sensors

Full program of inclination sensors for mobile hydraulic applications

Danfoss program of inclinometer sensors are developed to ensure a robust and high-performance solution for applications such as agricultural- and construction machines, as well as material handling equipments. These sensors are typically used in safety applications in order to keep the inclination of a machine, or just a part of it, a safety zone for working people, under control

Danfoss DST X710, X720 and X730 series uses contactless MEMS  technology with measurement ranges up to 360°.

All sensors are designed for off-highway applications and resistant to shock. They are available in both single and redundant versions and are produced according to PL d (EN ISO 13849-1:2015), making the complete portfolio suitable for safety-critical applications.

Features and benefits

MEMS technology for almost infinite sensor life time

Single or Redundant ranges up to 360° (±180°)

Electrical connector: AMP Superseal 6P 282108-1 or M12

Output: CANopen/ SAE J1939 (DST X710 Ratiometric 0.5-4.5V)

Linearity: < ± 0.15% FS

Resolution: 0.01°

Operating temperature from -40°C to +85°C

IP protection level IP67 – IP69K with female mating connector

Vibrations:20g - 10 Hz … 2000 Hz

Shock: Pulse on 3 axes; 50g 11 ms

Conformity

CE

RoHS

Documents

Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Data sheet - AI DST X710 Entry level inclination sensor English Multiple 02 May, 2019 776.9 KB .pdf
Installation guide - AN DST X710 Inclination sensor German; English; French; Lithuanian Multiple 02 May, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
Data sheet - AI DST X720 Mid level inclination sensor English Multiple 02 May, 2019 1.1 MB .pdf
Installation guide - AN DST X720 Single - Dual Inclination Sensor German; English; French; Lithuanian Multiple 02 May, 2019 1.8 MB .pdf
Installation guide - AN DST X730 Single_dual Inclination sensor German; English; French; Lithuanian Multiple 02 May, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Data sheet - AI DST X730 Top level inclination sensor English Multiple 02 May, 2019 1.1 MB .pdf