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Tilt, inclination sensors work from 9V to 32V single supply

Posted: 17 Feb 2016 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:MEMSIC? MEMS? sensor? microprocessor?

MEMSIC has introduced the first three members of its MTLT series of tilt and inclination sensors geared for a number of static and dynamic applications. Offering accurate pitch and roll information over a range of 90, or for a single axis of rotation, 180, the MEMS sensors are IP67-rated with an integrated RSC232 interface and flying-lead cable.

Operating from an unregulated 9V to 32V single supply, the MTLT105S-R and MTLT110S-R static sensors are aimed at applications requiring sensor offers a cost-effective choice without sacrificing response time.


It achieves 0.5 accuracy under static conditions and 2 under dynamic conditions.

MTLT series sensors include programmable tilt alarms, which can be triggered to activate when the tilt exceeds a specified threshold. A tilt alarm can also be used to lock out controls or trigger an alarm or warning light. This builtCin safety feature eliminates the need for an external microprocessor to interpret tilt angles.

Samples of the plastic-packaged sensor modules are available to qualified customers. Designers can evaluate and log data by downloading MEMSIC's NavView software.

- Susan Nordyk

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