Dual-Axis Tilt Sensor

May 19, 2005
An assembly consisting of a 0729-1723-99 microprocessor-based signal conditioner and 0717-4304-99 MCL tilt sensor are enclosed in a high-impact weather-resistant plastic case.

The assembly is suitable as a stand-alone inclinometer for applications involving automotive wheel alignment, camera and vehicle stabilization, geophysical monitoring, machine-tool leveling, and medical-device positioning and monitoring. The unit requires a 7 to 16-V power supply with a standard angle range of ±45° and a 0 to 5-Vdc analog or digital pulse-width output.

The Fredericks Co.
2400 Philmont Ave.
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
(215) 947-2500

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