An analogue inclinometer is an essential tool for all technicians assembling and aligning prime focus parabolic satellite dishes. Our analogue inclinometer can be used to align satellite dishes up to 4.5m and reads in 0.5 degree increments. Our analogue inclinometer provides a magnetic base that can be easily mounted to any satellite dish made with a ferrous metal structure. Our analogue inclinometer is used by all of our satellite technicians as they have proven to be a reliable, accurate, and cost effective tool.
The benefit of using an analogue inclinometer compared with a digital inclinometer is that you will never run out of batteries.
For larger dishes, particularly at Ku band where dish beamwidth is more critical, use our X1051 digital inclinometer that provides measurements with 0.1 degrees of accuracy.