Electrolytic tilt sensors require a basic electrolytic tilt sensor circuit to generate a tilt angle output. These are often called signal conditioners, signal conditioning boards, or electronic tilt sensors. In most cases, our sensors can be mounted directly onto the PCB. These electrolytic tilt sensor circuits have many optional outputs including analog 0 to 5 V DC, RS-232/RS-485, PWM, and SPI communications.
Our electronic tilt sensors include convenient mounting holes and connectors allowing you to simply integrate our circuits into your designs. If you’d prefer to integrate our electrolytic tilt sensor circuit into your board-level design, we have an engineering department that can help! We have electrical, PCB layout, software/firmware, and mechanical design expertise, so we’ll work with you to build an electronic tilt sensor specific to your needs.