The SQ-GIX dynamic inclinometer is a rugged, fully calibrated tilt sensor capable of accurately measuring angle even in the presence of high vibration, shock and linear acceleration. It is internally compensated and rated over the full industrial temperature range.
Onboard Kalman filter algorithms fuse high accuracy MEMS accelerometer and gyro information to produce a stable, accurate tilt measurement even while operating in harsh environments.
This video demonstrates how the SQ-SEN-645B works. The function of our 6xx series is to sense On / off tilt, be normally open when vertical, normally closed when below or between the switch angles, and non-sensitive to vibration or lateral movement when open.
The 6xx series can be used in for the following applications:
The SQ-SEN-200 sensor acts like a normally closed switch which chatters open and closed as it is tilted or vibrated. Unlike other rolling-ball sensors, the 200 is truly an omnidirectional movement sensor. It will function regardless of how it is mounted or aligned.
This sensor can be used in the following applications:
HDI Electronics representative just spent a week in China. A partnership between the cities of Shanghai and the city of Montpellier allowed HDI to make another step on the chinese market. The cities are collaborating to host their respective companies. Incubators have been established over the years with crossed agreements between the two cities. This, HDI Electronics settled permanently in China and and opens new offices in the “Shanghai Technology Innovation Center.”
HDI Electronics went to Chenghdu (China) to attend the EUPIC conference (European Union Project Innovation Center) which was held in conjunction with the International Fair. The city of Montpellier was present in three-quarters of the booth shared with the Netherlands and Poland.
A day under the sign of business where technology companies met. This was also an opportunity for European companies to discover the potential of the Chinese market, but also the industrial and electronic wealth of Chengdu. The city is growing in western China. It hosts Foxcom’s plant, one of the largest suppliers of Apple.