Tilt sensor signal conditioner

  • 01-May-2009 04:42 EDT
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Mini Tilt Sensor Signal Conditioner Boards from the Fredericks Company can drive one or two electrolytic tilt sensors and can be integrated into a range of OEM equipment/systems in production applications. The boards can be operated with up to two external sensors, and can be ordered with a built-in wide-range, dual-axis tilt sensor. They also provide a cost-effective way to evaluate tilt sensors. Each signal conditioner has a built-in temperature sensor, and can be configured for single axis, dual axis (x and y in the same sensor), or two single-axis modes (x and y with two separate sensors). SPI, RS-232, and analog/PWM outputs are offered.
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