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detect a physical event then translate to a representative analog signal.

See Also: Measurement, Detectors, Meters, Transducers


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  • mmWave Sensors

    Texas Instruments

    The world’s most precise millimeter wave sensor available today on a single chip. The world’s most precise millimeter wave sensor available today on a single chip. TI’s CMOS single-chip sensors integrate an RF front-end with a DSP and MCU.

  • Temperature Sensors

    TE Connectivity Ltd.

    Advanced temperature measurement capabilities. TE’s portfolio of intelligent, efficient, and high-performing sensor solutions features temperature sensors, and includes solutions that can cover a temperature range from -200C to +1000C degrees, as well as solutions for control and compensation sensing applications.

  • UV Sensors

    Apogee Instruments, Inc.

    The patented domed shaped sensor head facilitates runoff of dew and rain, helping to keep the detector clean and minimizing errors caused by dust blocking the radiation path. Sensors are housed in a rugged anodized aluminum body and electronics are fully potted.

  • Position Sensors

    Contacting Single-turn - Bourns

    A rotary position sensor translates angular mechanical position to an electrical signal. Rotary position sensors are designed for applications that typically require frequent adjustment. Shaftless designs allow for different engagement mechanisms, such as a customized shaft, a motor control, a human interface adjustment or a mechanical arm position locator. Rotary position sensors can be used in applications where a user needs to control a variable output such as a frequency, speed or volume control. Typical applications include test and measurement equipment, consumer electronics, small engines, robotics, and medical equipment. The Bourns® Model 3382 Series uses resistive technology to sense rotary position.

  • PH Sensors

    Campbell Scientific, Inc.

    Campbell Scientific pH sensors measure the level of pH in sample solutions by measuring the activity of the hydrogen ions in the solutions. This activity is compared to pure water (a neutral solution) using a pH scale of 0 to 14 to determine the acidity or alkalinity of the sample solutions.

  • Photometric Sensors

    UDT Instruments

    ide range of photo-sensors for photometric applications. Basic sensors, used alone, are suitable for illuminance or irradiance measurements. Each type of sensor can be combined with various types of optical adaptors to form sensor head assemblies suitable for measurements of flux, intensity, luminance, or radiance.

  • Special Sensors

    Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG

    Under this heading are sensor solutions that must perform special detection tasks or which were developed for specific applications. Here you will find contrast and luminescence scanners as well as color sensors and systems for monitoring double sheets and splices as well as for overlap detection.

  • Temperature Sensors

    Balluff GmbH

    The non-contact infrared temperature sensors offer either an IO-Link or analog interface. The rugged M30 stainless steel housing with IP67 protection makes them ideal for a wide range of uses. Steelworks, foundries, forging, the ceramics industry and glassworks are perfect examples of applications.

  • Ultrasonic Sensors

    Balluff GmbH

    Chemically resistant ultrasonic sensors measure fill levels without contact both under normal pressure and at an overpressure of up to 6 bar in tanks and containers. Through the combination of switching and analog output, you can even conduct fill-level and overflow protection simultaneously.

  • Lightning Sensors

    Playing With Fusion Inc

    Scientific Sales boasts a full line of lightning detectors and lightning warning alarms to protect people from unpredictable and deadly lightning strikes. Lighting monitors can detect electrical activity from up to 40 miles away and track a storm as it approaches with audible and LED alarms. Choose from a permanent lightning detector or hand-held lightning sensors for accurate and reliable lightning detection. Scientific Sales’ lightning monitors and lightning sensors are professionally rated and are used by NASA, major airlines and professional sports teams. Industry related applications of lightning meters include construction and drilling sites, golf courses, outdoor event venues, university facilities and more.

  • Position Sensors

    Non-Contacting Single-turn - Bourns

    A rotary position sensor translates angular mechanical position to an electrical signal. Rotary position sensors are designed for applications that typically require frequent adjustment. Shaftless designs allow for different engagement mechanisms, such as a customized shaft, a motor control, a human interface adjustment or a mechanical arm position locator. Rotary position sensors can be used in applications where a user needs to control a variable output such as a frequency, speed or volume control. Typical applications include test and measurement equipment, consumer electronics, small engines, robotics, and medical equipment. The Bourns® Model AMS22S Series uses Hall Effect magnetic technology to sense rotary position.

  • Torque Sensors

    Kistler Instrument Corp.

    In universities and industry, for basic research or quality assurance: Kistler torque sensors guarantee precise definition of the power and friction values of drives, transmissions and pumps. Strain gage technology (DMS) is a powerful solution for measurements on rotating shafts, and also for long-term dynamic and static measurements. Maximum precision, the most rigid structure possible and high temperature stability: thanks to these assets, strain gage technology can accomplish the most demanding tasks. Piezoelectric reaction torque sensors offer convincing features such as exceptional overload protection, high signal resolution and a wide frequency range. They are ideal for measurement tasks when conditions are difficult due to geometry, temperature range or dynamics.

  • Infrared Sensors

    thermoMETER CTlaser - Micro-Epsilon Group

    The thermoMETER CTlaser temperature sensors are used in industry for precision measurement tasks. Both the laser beams mark the actual measuring spot for any distance. Faulty measurements due to imprecise adjustment are thus avoided. Temperature ranges from -40 C to +1800 C.

  • Luminescence Sensors

    DK50-UV - Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH

    DK50-UV luminescence sensors detect marks that blend into a background or are invisible, even on irregular backgrounds, and deliver a sensing range of 600 mm. A light spot with a small focal point allows the user to detect small parts and invisible marking down to 2.2-mm-diameter targets.

  • Proximity Sensors

    600 Series - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    600 Series Proximity Sensors are active digital sensing devices that generate one pulse per pass of an actuating target within their sensing field. No direct contact with target material is necessary. Each sensor is entirely solid state with no moving parts to wear out.