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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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  • Indoor Air Quality Monitor

    airthinx, inc.

    Airthinx delivers the first of its kind IAQ monitoring solution, financially feasible at room level, in any infrastructure. In comparison to static monitoring, continuous monitoring enhances high temporal-spatial resolution and variability of air pollution. Airthinx’s revolutionary solution utilizes Netronix’s innovative core technology to achieve an easy to use cloud-based system designed specifically for continuous long-term monitoring with a compact, low-cost, wireless device and 9 built in sensors (PM 1, PM 2.5, PM 10, CO2, CH2O, VOCs, Temperature, Humidity & Pressure).

  • Interface converter

    ZET 7070 - ZETLAB Company

    Basic delivery scope with digital transducers for laboratory use includes the following: interface converter ZET 7070, power supply module 220V→ +24V, measuring line connector ZET 7001 (these components are mounted on a din-rail 300 mm); cable USB 2.0 A→B – length 1,8 m; terminal resistance 120 Ohm (for industrial use — steel plug); CD with  ZETLAB SENSOR software, enabling connection of up to 60 digital sensors; set of operational documentation.

  • Interface Converter

    ZET 7076 - ZETLAB Company

    Previously it was widely thought that it is enough to receive sensor readings and to have remote control over them. But gradually there evolved a need for remote control, i.e. people need to receive sensors readings and to control their performance via Internet (for instance, on a portable device). Such possibility simplifies quite a lot of tasks since one can control performance of a system located at the other end of the city or even a country.

  • Infrared Array Sensor

    Grid-EYE® Unit - Panasonic Electric Works Corporation

    Panasonic is pleased to announce the availability of the NEW Panasonic Grid-EYE Infrared Array Sensor Unit.  The NEW Grid-EYE Unit combines four Grid-EYE Infrared Array Sensors to increase the detection area up to 3.8m squared. The NEW Grid-EYE Unit comes preloaded with firmware capable of detection and counting up to 8 people within this area and while they are in this area it can track their direction of movement.  The Sensor transmits this information via RS485 using Modbus protocol.

  • In-Line IR Sensor

    ILA - Dwyer Instruments Inc.

    10:1 Distance to Target Ratio, 32 to 932F. Dwyer Series ILA Non-Contact Sensors, measure temperatures from 32 to 932F (0 to 500C) and provide a linear 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 5 VDC or thermocouple output. The 2-wire signal is compatible with almost any indicator, controller, recorder, data logger, etc., without the need for special interfacing or signal conditioning.

  • High-resolution Cameras / 9 & 12 MP with up to 40 fps

    ace L Series - Basler Vision Components AG

    Twelve ace L models offer resolutions of 9 and 12 megapixels and frame rates of up to 40 fps. Featuring the high-performance IMX253, IMX255, IMX267 and IMX304 sensors, they stand out for the famously brilliant Pregius image quality with a dynamic range of more than 70 dB and a high quantum efficiency over a broad spectrum of visible light into the NIR. Available with the proven GigE or USB 3.0 interface, and conform to GigE Vision 2.0 or the USB3 Vision standard.

  • Digital Meteorological Sensor

    ZET 7123 - ZETLAB Company

    Digital meteorological sensor ZET 7123 is a measuring unit with two in-built sensors, one of which is used for measuring relative humidity and temperature, and the other one – for atmospheric pressure measuring. ZET 7123 meteorological sensor measuring unit converts signal from the sensing elements to temperature, humidity, and pressure values. The obtained values are transmitted via CAN  interface and displayed in the measurement units set by the user.

  • Digital Pressure Sensing Platform

    DPS5000 - GE Oil & Gas Digital Solutions

    GE''s DPS5000 is a part of the UNIK5000 family, offering integrated digital electronics to enhance the performance level of the UNIK5000 Silicon Pressure Sensing Platform to levels unmatched by traditional analogue sensors. DPS5000 also offers improved connectivity - I²C digital direct interface to OEM''s micro-controller systems. These features combined with its low power characteristics ensures it is the ideal solution for key applications such as; Gas volume correctors/meters, Water meters/dataloggers, Weather stations, Remote monitoring applications and Wireless monitoring.

  • Digital Recorder

    HiRES - HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH

    The digital recorders HiRES are used to measure, store, and evaluate signals from up to 64 sources synchronously. Depending on the sensors used voltages, currents, temperatures, mechanical movements and various other signals can be measured. This measurement system features the ability to capture fast transient processes such as those occurring in impulse current tests on electrical devices or during switchgear testing. The system is also capable of measuring semistationary and periodic events such as DC voltage and AC voltage as well as superimposed semistationary, periodic and transient processes.

  • Digital Thermometer Readouts

    Fluke Calibration

    Fluke Calibration precision digital thermometer readouts are designed specifically to measure temperature sensors for calibration. Because Fluke Calibration thermometer readouts are designed for thermometer calibration, they offer many advantages, especially accuracy and convenience. Fluke thermometer readouts include: Super-Thermometers; Black Stacks; Chub-E4; Tweeners; handheld readouts; and the DewK thermal-hygrometer for environmental monitoring.

  • Digital TMR Rotation/Speed Sensor

    Crocus Technology

    Crocus rotation/speed sensors detect rotating shaft speed. The digital CT572 detects magnets imbedded in a shaft-mounted pulser wrap/disc. As the shaft rotates, the passing magnets are detected across the air gap as digital pulses with the frequency proportional to the shaft RPM. The CT572 rotation/speed sensor is based on Crocus’ patented TMR sensor technology, Magnetic Logic Unit™ (MLU™)

  • Digital Torque Gauge

    FG-7000T Series - Shimpo Instruments

    The FG-7000T Series digital torque gauges provide testing flexibility with their external torque sensor input. Torque sensors with standard chuck adapter are immediately recognized when connected to the display base and are available for your specific testing needs in 1 N-m (9 in-lb) 5 N-m (44 in-lb), 10 N-m (88 in-lb) capacities.

  • Differential Pressure Transmitter

    ABB Series - Xi'an HangSi Mechanical & Electrical Technology Co.,Ltd.

    a differential pressure transmitter with a selectable maximum working pressure of up to 41MPa, 5945psi. It is a reliable sensing system using the very latest digital technologies, providing a large turn down ratio up to 100:1. The user has a comprehensive choice of sensors, as is therefore able to optimize in-use total performance and stability. Configuration is provided via local keys combined with LCD indicator or via hand held terminal or PC configuration platform.

  • Digital Engine Analyzer/Multimeter

    385A - Electronic Specialties Inc.

    The #385A has many of the necessary features required for today’s automotive diagnostics. Use frequency readings to test crankshaft and camshaft sensors, for example. The #385A comes equipped with an RPM pick-up, probe test leads, alligator clip test leads, protective holster, instructions and installed 9V battery. Inductive RPM pick-up features a five position, adjustable sensitivity switch.

  • Digital FM Telemetry

    90332 - HITEC Sensor Solutions Inc.

    The 90332 digital FM telemetry systems is designed to be used with full-bridge, strain gage sensors. The system features a miniature transmitter powered by a simple 9V battery, and a remote receiver capability of receiving the digital transmission over long distances. The digital technique eliminates many of the problems associated with traditional analog frequency modulated telemetry systems. Improvements with a digital technique include elimination of ripple, temperature drift characteristics, and higher signal resolution.