• The GS032 Wireless Slew Sensor offers a way to measure the angle of rotation of the crane upper structure to the lower superstructure with less hassle
  • Using Work Area Definition Software, the GS032 Wireless Slew Sensor prevents the crane from coming into contact with overhead power lines, buildings and equipment on the job site
  • The GS032 has a mating gear that rides on the outer surface of the slew gear teeth of the crane
  • GS550 and GS820 Displays offer software to define a Work Area Definition application as a standard feature; users can easily set up a 3D limit for radius, tip height
  • Data is sent to the cab mounted display for limit monitoring, load chart selection, work area definition and crane function lockout
  • Several gear models are available to account for different tooth sizes
  • Potted electronics for increased water protection
  • Capable of withstanding temperatures ranging from -40°C to 85°C or -40°F to 185°F; this wide range allows for more versatile application possibilities



Trimble Lifting Solutions_Slew Sensor.pdf