The `Head Arm Leg Or Whatever` (HALOW) Switch is a small tilt sensor switch that operates in response to the displacement of mercury via body movement. It consists of a mercury tilt sensor encased in a durable, non-brittle epoxy case that is worn by the user and tilted or moved to activate. The sensor is mounted on an adjustable hook and loop tape band.
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- HALOW switch - http://www.tecsol.com.au/SwitchSound.htm
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Models / Specifications
Model HALOW : HALOW Tilt Switch
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