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New Cost-Effective Mini (32 mm) Tilt Sensing Solution with Three Different Outputs Provides Single and Dual Axis Angle Measurement



The Fredericks Company, a leading ISO 9001:2008 registered manufacturer of precision sensors and custom glass components, has announced availability of their new line of Mini Tilt Sensor Signal Conditioner (0729-1751, 1752, 1753 Series) Boards.


These small sized production ready printed circuit boards are capable of driving one or two electrolytic tilt sensors and can be integrated into a wide range of OEM equipment/systems in production applications. The boards can be operated with up to two external sensors, and can also be ordered with a built-in wide range, dual axis tilt sensor. They also provide a cost effective way to evaluate tilt sensors.


Each mini signal conditioner has a built-in temperature sensor, and they can be configured for single axis, dual axis (x and y in the same sensor), or two single axis modes (x and y with two separate sensors). Three different outputs (SPI, RS-232 and Analog/PWM are also available).


For more information, call 215-947-2500, Fax: 215-947-7464, e-mail:

sales@frederickscom.com visit www.frederickscom.com or write
The Frederick's Company, 2400 Philmont Avenue, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006-0067.










John Weigner

The Frederick's Company,

2400 Philmont Avenue,

Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006-0067

Tel.: 215-938-4480

E-mail: sales@frederickscom.com



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