The Tilt Sensor Vibration Alarm Vibration Switch Module for Arduino comes equipped with the basic components for operation. Supply power to it, and it’s ready to go. Additionally, attach it to an object, and it will detect whether the object is tilted. Its usage is simple because it provides digital output; therefore, you can determine the object’s tilt status by reading the output. However, it’s important to note that it utilizes the SW-460D or SW-520D tilt sensor, so it specifically the ball rolling type rather than the Mercury type.
In addition, it features an M3 mounting hole on board, making it easy to attach to an object. Furthermore, the module offers a tilt switch with high sensitivity, making it a common choice for tilt detection. Moreover, the module includes power and status LEDs for visual feedback.
Nonetheless, there are certain limitations to be aware of. The module will output a logic LOW signal when it is not tilted beyond the threshold angle. Conversely, it will output a logic HIGH signal when it is tilted beyond this threshold angle.
Additionally, it’s worth noting that the threshold angle is relatively large, ranging from 45 degrees to 130 degrees, with the actual value dependent on the angular velocity. Moreover, this module can also function as a vibration sensor and can be interfaced with any microcontroller featuring digital input compatibility, such as the 8051, PIC, SK40C, SK28A, and SKds40A.
VCC = 5V
GND = 0V.
DO = digital output from module
Note: If the DO is not working, you might need to turn the on-board potentiometer to center.
- Ball Rolling type of tilt sensor.
- Because this small module is easy to use.
- A fixed bolt hole for easy installation
- Wide voltage LM393 comparator
Package Includes :
|Operating Voltage (VDC)||3.3 ~ 5|
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