Below you will find different kind of documents you can download to get to know more about our sensors, to get help with the installation of the sensors or you can just take a look in our approvals. If you need any additional information, please don't hesitate to contact us.
All downloads related to our SIL2/PLd sensors can also be found here.
Would you like to know more about what DIS Sensors has got to offer? Just take a look in our brochure to get an overview of our sensors and controls.
All DIS Sensors have a unique product code from which the specifications of each product can be recognised. In the documents below, you can see exactly what all the numbers and letters stand for.
Our family overviews provide clear information about the features and specifications of the different series of sensors we offer.
Below you will find different kind of manuals which will help you to get the most out of your sensors as possible. If you experience problems installing or using the sensor after all, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
|CAN user manual & EDS-file selector|
|CAN user manual v4|
|CAN user manual v4B|
|CAN user manual v5|
|CAN user manual v6|
|CRC manual v0.2|
|QG65N2 CANopen Inclinometers user manual V2.1|
|QG65N2 J1939 Inclinometers user manual V1.1|
|QG65D CANopen Dynamic Inclinometers user manual V2.3|
|QG65D J1939 Dynamic Inclinometers user manual V1.1|
|CAN user manual Inclination Safety Sensor DIS V2.1|
|CAN user manual Acceleration Safety Sensor DIS V2.0|
Sensor-firmware release notes
|Filter functionality for acceleration sensors|
|Set up a high pass filter, first order, for acceleration sensors|
|QG40N configurator manual|
|QG40N configurator preliminary flyer|
|DIS configuartor set CAN manual V1.1|
The “Electronic Data Sheet” (EDS file) is a file format that describes the communication behaviour and the object dictionary entries of a CANopen device. They are specified in CiA306.
DIS EDS file contains already default values for some objects. You can find those default values in the sensor manuals.
Starting from July 2023, the EDS file version is aligned with the sensor's firmware version. For your convenience, the catalog of available EDS files is provided below. To locate the appropriate EDS file corresponding to your sensor type and firmware version, please consult the list. Any disparities between firmware versions are elucidated in the accompanying release notes.
QG65 CANopen (Atype)
QG65 CANopen (Btype)
QG65N CANopen (Ctype)
QG65N CANopen (Ftype)
QG65N CANopen Safety (Dtype)
QG65D CANopen Dynamic (Htype)
QG65N2 CANopen (Itype)
The "declaration of conformity" means the product is in conformance with all CE regulations. Valid EMC-standards are mentioned as well as safety related information like MTTFd en DC.
|QG40N tilt switch|
|QG40N tilt switch SIL1/PLc|
|QG65 CAN X-series|
|QG65 tilt switch|
|QG65N CANS SIL2/PLd|
|QG76 CAN X-series|
|QG76 tilt switch|
|QG76N CANS SIL2/PLd|
|UKCA Declaration of Confirmity|
Stp files are graphic files (3D) that can be used by CAD software to draw a component (for example a sensor) in your machine.
Below you will find the stp files that are available for the different sensors we offer.
QG30 (cable out)
QG40 (1 x M12 5-pole)
QG65 (reinforced plastic – 1 x M12 5-pole)
QG65 (reinforced plastic – 1 x M12 8-pole)
QG65 (reinforced plastic – 2 x M12 5-pole)
QG65 (zinc – 2 x M12 5-pole)
QG76 (stainless steel – 2x M12 5-pole)
QR magnets and magnetholders
02351 Magnet 11.2 x 5.5 x 8
11178 Magnet d8 x h5
11593 Magnet d15 x h4
11594 Bolt M12 x 1.75 x 20 N
11787 Plastic disc d30 x h8 N
11829 Magnet 20 x 12 x 10
12170 Bolt M10 x 1 x 20 N
12499 Disc d43h10 N
12705 Magnet 35 x 7 x 6
12707 Disc d43h10 N Large magnet
CAN Termination resistors
Some sensor types can be configured by the customer. Below you will find an overview of the possibilities:
To configure sensors from this series DIS sensors has developed a tailor-made configurator:
This configurator is connected to the sensor and the USB port of your PC. A PC application will show all the options available. The tool is capable of reconfiguring calibrated QG40N sensors with a standard PC. It can read the actual sensor settings, shows all relevant parameters and offers the possibility to reconfigure the device while keeping the calibration data.
QG40N series configurator 4.0 is the current version we sell. All versions higher than 3.0 are compatible with the PC application V3.10. Customers who bought the QG40N series configurator v1.1 (or other versions before 3.0), need to download the old PC application.
For QG40N series configurator v3.0 (and higher)
1. buy the required hardware - order code: 12380
2. download and install the PC application: PC software v3.16
3. download datasheet for QG40N configurator
More information can be found on the manual:
For QG40N series configurator 1.1 (or other versions before 3.0)
We don’t offer this old version anymore, but you can still download the PC application and support document on our website.
1. download and install the PC application: PC software v2.0
2. download manual for QG40N configurator
The old configurator 1.1 (or other version before 3.0) could face problems with installing the PC application in windows 10, please read the solution here:
The breakout cable is a very handy tool if your sensor has a cable instead of a connector. It has 3 clips that can be easily clipped to the cable of the sensor. And at the other end is an M12 male connector which you can connect directly to the configurator. If you wish to order the breakout cable, please use order code 12345.
Red: + supply voltage
Via the CAN object dictionary, many sensor parameters can be configured. All possibilities are described in the appropriate CAN user manual.
There is no special configurator available because each customer is using the configuration capabilities of their own CAN master/standard CAN programming tools like Codesys or Peak CANopen Magic.
All information/downloads for this series can be found here.
The newly released QG65/76D series dynamic inclinometers and QG65/76N2 series with CANopen interface can be configured either via the CAN object dictionary in a traditional way, or with this tailor-made configurator set, which comprises:
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