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  • Electrolytic Tilt Sensors and Inclinometers: A Primer - Sensors Online Magazine, September 2004
    The term tilt sensor is often used to identify a large variety of devices that measure, indicate, or otherwise provide a signal of some type when tilted from (or to) a level position, using gravity as a reference. While a number of these devices are indeed tilt sensors, others are not. To determine
  • Mercury-free switches
    Mercury switches have long served as tilt sensors. Their operating principle Tilting the device past a threshold causes the conductive mercury to bridge between two conductors, thus making a connection. An international push to eliminate heavy metals from the waste stream broadened the use
  • MICRO: Prod Tech News
    , South Hall, Booth 426) The portable ultrasonic Fog-Gun is for use in environments that require totally portable, visible vapor generation. The battery-powered, handheld, on-demand fogger has no extension cords, is portable and lightweight, and is equipped with a two-speed fan. Built-in tilt and level
  • Bigger Role for 16-bit Chips Bigger role for 16-bit chips
    have three operational motors (vertical tilt, horizontal tilt, and automatic folding), a heater, a sensor to know when to use the heater, a turn-signal lamp, and a puddle lamp. In addition, the mirror needs information from systems elsewhere in the car. For one thing, it needs data from
  • 2004 Mercedes-Benz C320 AWD wagon
    , which rises up to give a good view of the road. Seats and interior surfaces are in charcoal leather. Heated front seats are standard on the AWD versions. There were also some nice touches such as tilt-down back-up aid mirrors, and a Bose sound system. Our only real gripe with the accoutrements were
  • An Innovative Cabling Concept Improves Reliability for Multi-Axis Stage Systems
    requiring multi-axis stage systems. Usually an object has to move in two, three or more degrees of freedom (DOF) including linear movements, rotary movements, tilt and/or lifting operations. Parallel kinematic drives like hexapods can easily provide 6 DOF quite elegantly, but in most cases a simple stacked

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