Non Mercury Tilt Sensor Switches

March 8, 2007
The RM Series roller ball tilt sensor switches, that contain no mercury, and their sense tilt angles and vibration sensors use gold-plated contact balls.

They are available in two models, one with a 10° tilt angle, and the other with a 45° tilt angle. Contact rating is 0.4-V at 20 Vac or dc, life cycle is over one million operations, and vertical and horizontal printed-circuit board mounting options are available.

Sorenson Lighted Controls Inc., 75 Locust St., Hartford, CT 06114, (800) 275-7089, www.solico.com

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