Motion Sensors - Tilt Switches

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Questions with Motion Sensors - Tilt Switches

  • Ask: How does a tilt switch work?

    Answer: Tilt switches transfer a change-of-state to another device. These devices receive a signal from the tilt sensor for changes in motion or orientation and turn on or off. They do this by generating an artificial horizon and measuring angular tilt with respect to this horizon. Not all products open or close a switch.

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  • Ask: What is a tilt sensor?

    Answer: A tilt sensor is an instrument that is used for measuring the tilt in multiple axes of a reference plane. Tilt sensors measure the tilting position with reference to gravity and are used in numerous applications. ... Similar to mercury switches, they may also be known as tilt switches or rolling ball sensors.

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  • Ask: How does a mercury switch work?

    Answer: A mercury switch is an electrical switch that opens and closes a circuit when a small amount of the liquid metal mercury connects metal electrodes to close the circuit. ... This design is used in relays in industrial applications that need to switch high current loads frequently.

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