Tilt Switches - DIS Sensors

DIS Tilt switches

DIS Sensors tilt switch is a type of switch that switches at a certain angle as compared to the horizon (similar to the old mercury switch). It is in fact an inclinometer with a switching output. Since gravity serves as a reference (same as for inclinometers) and because of the possibility to mount the sensor anywhere, maximum mounting freedom is achieved.

MEMS-technology

The new generation of tilt switches from DIS Sensors are based on MEMS-technology and intelligent microcontroller algorithms. As a result, single or twin axis switches can be implemented with any desired switching angle. The output can be NPN or PNP. An internal buzzer is available as an option. All in a QG40 housing. Even more accurate tilt switches with higher thermal stability can be executed using the QG65 housing.

 

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Tilt switches | DIS Sensors

Features

  • DIS sensors use MEMS technology

  • High thermal stability

  • Single or twin axis available

  • Small compact housing

  • From 32 to 1024 pulses

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