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High Performance XRange Wireless Accelerometer and Tiltmeter - By BeanDevice

Supplier: Bestech Australia

The BeanDevice AX-3D and Hi-INC Xrange have a set of new features which Bestech Australia is proud to introduce. These differences are illustrated by a comparison to the standard devices.

Price Guide: POA

Based on the previous success of standard wireless SmartSensor AX-3D (tri-axial accelerometer) & Hi-INC (Single-/Bi-axial inclinometer), Bestech Australia is now introducing the new features of the BeanDevice AX-3D and Hi-INC Xrange version as well as the comparison illustrated the differences to the standard devices.

New with Xrange version:

  • Better wireless range : Due to the ½ wave radome antenna , the wireless range is 30% better than the standard version
  • High capacity flash memory : 8 millions data logging instead of 1 million on the standard version
  • Better accuracy: Thanks to the aluminium tine plate with 38.1μm of flatness, the XRange version opens the way to a whole new precise measurement scale.

Compared to the standard version, the XRange comes with rugged three-point-mounting on the housing twice harder than AL6061 used on standard version.

An overview of Xrange version vs. Standard version is described in below table:


Xrange version

Standard version

Size (mm)

100 x 71 x 30

(135 x 71 x 30 with radome antennas)

80 x 55 x 21

(100 x 64 x 26 with radome antennas)

Weight (g)



Battery capacity (mAh)







Maximum Number of Logs

8 000 000

1 000 000

Base plate





1.6 µm


IP rating


Corrosion proof

YES – Satin black textured polyester power paint

YES - Black anodized

The reference edge (base plate side) provides 21μm of flatness with RA1.6 μm surface roughness.

Bestech Australia provides full product details on Xrange wireless accelerometer AX-3D and wireless tilt sensor Hi-INC and delivers local services to Australian and New Zealand users.