Keyes Ball switch/angle tilt sensor module With XH2.54 3P Socket

The tilt sensor detects changes in position using the ball. It can work as a shock sensor. Module for communication uses the digital output. It is powered with a voltage of 5 V. The kit includes a cable with a 3-pin connector.

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The Keyes ball switch/angle tilt sensor module detects changes in position using the ball. It can work as a shock sensor. Module for communication uses the digital output. It is powered with a voltage of 5 V. The kit includes a cable with a 3-pin connector.

This module provides a tilt switch in a mountable module. The tilt switch contains a free mass that can provide a change in output depending on the orientation of the module. When the switch is vertical, the output is driven LOW; oppositely, when not vertical, the switch reads HIGH.

The ball switch/angle tilt sensor module is ideally suited to adding a slightly different trigger switch to your project.

Specifications:

  • Supply voltage: 3.3V ~ 5V
  • Output: Digital
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to  85°C
  • Leads: 3-pin
  • Mounting Hole Size: M2.5
  • Dimensions: 25 x 15 mm
  • Weight: 4 g

Package included: 1 Keyes Ball switch/angle tilt sensor module With XH2.54 3P Socket

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