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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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  • 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.

  • Speed Sensors

    GreenLine - JAQUET Technology Group

    These sensors and tachometers provide solutions for speed sensing and control applications both for end users and small OEM's. Our offering of 50 plus sensors are available with VR or Hall technologies with cable or connector interfaces. Sizes range from 3/8-24 and M10X1 to 3/4-16 and M16X1.5. Sensor capability ranges from zero speed to high frequency detection and all units have sealed sensing areas to prevent liquid intrusion. Also available are direction sensing units and hazardous location versions for both North America (NEC, CEC) and Europe (ATEX) (Q4 2007).

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Force Sensors

    HITEC Sensor Solutions Inc.

    Is defined as a transducer that converts an input mechanical force into an electrical output signal. Force Sensors are also commonly known as Force Transducers.

  • Capacitive Sensors

    Bee Instruments

    Capacitive Proximity Switches are offered in the widest range of sizes, withvariety of function options. Capacitive Sensors have unique ability to detect metallic as well as non- metallic objects. The Capacitive Proximity Switches give a superior performance for sensing various non-metallic objects, not detected by Inductive Proximity Switches.

  • 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.

  • Multi-Axis Sensors

    Interface Inc.

    Multi Axis Load Cell are designed and manufactured by Interface to measure a multiple of forces and/or moments simultaneously with a single load cell sensor. These sensors provide multiple bridges that precisely measure the applied force from one direction with little or no cross-talk from the other forces or moments - when installed and used according to specifications.

  • Humidity Sensors

    TE Connectivity Ltd.

    Pinpointing humidity with accuracy. TE offers a broad range of calibrated and amplified sensors for measuring relative humidity. Accurate dew point and humidity measurements are made possible through the combination of relative humidity and temperature measurements. Our products are qualified for the most demanding applications, including automotive, heavy truck, and home appliances.

  • Humidity Sensors

    Integrated Device Technology

    IDT's relative humidity sensors offer high accuracy and fast measurement response times, enabling customers to improve overall system performance and feedback control. The humidity sensor ICs feature excellent long-term stability as a result of a robust silicon carbide construction and an innovative design, improving useful lifetime and lowering effective cost.

  • Photoelectric Sensors

    Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH

    Our broad range of photoelectric sensors is aimed at all automation solutions where noncontact object detection can be utilized. The wide variety of different operating principles, models, sizes and specifications means that the best possible sensor can always be found for the relevant application and all conditions that occur in practice can be met.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Optical Sensors

    Analog Devices Inc.

    Analog Devices optical sensors are optical sensing front ends that include integrated ultra-low noise amplification and high performance photodiodes. These solutions are used to achieve the highest performance for instrumentation, industrial, or clinical applications; or to optimize a solution to achieve the lowest power dissipation at a given performance level for battery powered and portable applications.

  • Stud Sensors

    General Tools & Instruments

    Stud Sensors such as the MSV100 and MSV350D comprise a category of their own. Each uses electromagnetic induction to sense the presence of (and thereby locate) a stud, pipe, batten, current-carrying wire or other metallic object behind a wall or above a ceiling. The two instruments differ in their choice of the display technology (LED or LCD) used to pinpoint position.