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

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  • Board Cameras

    e-con Systems Inc.

    e-CAM & See3CAM Series of Camera Boards. e-CAM camera board is e-con's reference design featuring a board camera interfaced to a processor on its high speed CMOS interface. Board cameras are available for Jetson Developer kits and NXP i.MX6 boards. For processors, that don't have the Camera ISP pipeline, e-con Systems provides the complete software stack for raw image sensors. The software stack has a wide variety of features ranging from color correction, gamma correction, dead pixel correction, color space conversion, sharpen filter etc.

  • 3.4 MP Autofocus (Liquid Lens) Low Light Camera Module

    e-CAM31_MI0330_MOD - e-con Systems Inc.

    e-CAM31_MI0330_MOD is a high performance, small form factor, 3.4 MP Autofocus Low Light Camera Module with Liquid Lens. It is based on AR0330 CMOS Image sensor from ON Semiconductor®. This Autofocus Liquid Lens Camera Module has slave mode for precise frame-rate control and for synchronizing two sensors. e-CAM31_MI0330_MOD – Liquid lens camera module has superior low light performance. It supports Full HD @ 60fps for maximum video performance. It also has a support for external mechanical shutter and an on-chip phase-locked loop (PLL) oscillator. The dedicated ISP performs the entire Auto functions like auto white balance, auto exposure control in addition to complete image signal processing pipeline.

  • Microseismic Reservoir Monitoring

    ESG Solutions

    Microseismic monitoring is a powerful regulatory and production optimization tool in use for oil field operations such as Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), carbon sequestration or natural gas storage. During such injection operations, maintaining the integrity of the reservoir is essential. Through our RESMAP® services, ESG has pioneered the use of passive seismic (microseismic) monitoring in long-term reservoir operations, to provide feedback on the reservoir integrity.  Using in-house manufactured downhole sensors and data acquisition equipment, ESG has installed permanent and temporary microseismic monitoring systems to provide life-of-field (LOF) monitoring for EOR operations and underground storage projects around the world.

  • OEM Software Services

    Shoghi Communications Ltd.

    Shoghi Communications has been a designer of various ISR sensors, a System integrator with multitude of technologies covering ISR and EW and a premier defense contractor for various customers including defense and intelligence agencies across the world. The various projects for customers in the interiors and border areas of their countries have given Shoghi valuable experience to work in various types of terrain and weather conditions. This has resulted in the development of a very niche skill set which could be useful for both new OEMs as well as system integrators for various types of white labelled products and services in the fields for software development for auxiliary tasks.

  • Photonic Components

    Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications

    The Department of Photonic Components is researching optochips and Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) for transmission and reception of more than 100 Gbit / s and the sensors. The department provides production and development services for all activitiesfor the German and international industry. If, for example, you already think of a particular optochip concept, the researchers offer additional advice and take over design and production steps. On the other hand, if you would like to start with a target specification, a feasibility study will begin and your own concept will be developed for you. Researchers are always ready and able to carry out initial production volumes in an ISO certified, qualified manufacturing facility. In addition, e-beam services and diffractive optical elements developed according to specifications are offered.

  • SWIR Cameras

    New Imaging Technologies

    Our SWIR or Short-Wave Infrared imaging covers the wavelength range from 900nm to 1700nm. A large number of applications that are difficult or impossible to perform using visible light are made possible, with great results, using short-wave infrared (SWIR) imaging thus enabling the user to "See Beyond the Visible". SWIR is similar to visible light in that photons are reflected or absorbed by an object, providing the strong contrast needed for higher resolution imaging– unlike thermal images, that rely on radiated photons. At NIT, we offer unique SWIR cameras and sensors, see below for more information on our products.

  • Portable Dew Point Monitor

    1500 - Edgetech Instruments

    The Model 1500 is a self contained system; not only is there no field assembly required, there’s no need to carry around a myriad of individual components such as control boxes, sensors, cables, pumps, and power cords. Simply attach the sample line, adjust the flow (with the integral flow meter) and turn on the power. Within minutes you’ll be collecting field dew point data with the same chilled mirror accuracy of a lab standard hygrometer. And with a nominal battery life of 12 hours, you will be able to collect for the entire shift or spot check your processes for several days.

  • Power Cell Power Transducers for Wide Ranging AC/DC Loads

    PH-3A and PH-1000 - Powertek LLC

    You can know the load on an electric motor by measuring the electric current going to the motor (Amps). But, this is not the best way to do it since a lightly-loaded motor doesn't use the electricity very efficiently. (In technical terms, the power factor is low.)A better way to know the load is to measure the motor power. (Power is measured in Horsepower or Watts.) Motor power gives you a straight line so it works well even when the motor is lightly loaded.The Power Sensors that we make measure the motor load (Horsepower or Watts) and send a signal to meters or computers. The operator can see what the status is on the meter or, the computer can make decisions.

  • Radiometer

    CNR 4 - Kipp & Zonen B.V.

    The CNR 4 net radiometer consists of a pyranometer pair, one facing upward, the other facing downward, and a pyrgeometer pair in a similar con?guration. The pyranometer pair measures the short-wave radiation. And the pyrgeometer pair measures long-wave radiation. The upper long-wave detector of CNR 4 has a meniscus dome. This ensures that water droplets role off easily and improves the field of view to nearly 180, compared with a 150 for a flat window. All 4 sensors are integrated directly into the instrument body, instead of separate modules mounted onto the housing. But are each calibrated individually for optimal accuracy.

  • Specialized Gateways

    B+B SmartWorx

    The SmartSwarm 341 IIoT gateway enables owners, operators, and integrators of remote assets to integrate data from the asset into IIoT applications such as dashboarding, analytics or predictive maintenance. Data can be collected from a number of sources, including web feeds, databases and files, as well as from locally connected physical devices and sensors. SmartSwarm 341 also includes an interface and manager for B Bs Wzzard wireless sensor platform providing robust acquisition and transmission of asset sensor data without the expense or time involved in installing cables. For bulk I/O requirements where cabling is not an issue, it is also compatible with WISE and ADAM Ethernet connected I/O modules

  • Thermistor Power Meter

    N432A and 432A - Keysight Technologies

    The 432A / N432A power meter is an automatic, self-balancing power meter for use with temperature compensated thermistor sensors. High efficiency and good radio frequency (RF) match are characteristics of the 478A and 8478B coaxial and 486 series (now discontinued) waveguide thermistor mounts that cover the frequency range 10 MHz to 40 GHz. Each thermistor mount contains data showing the calibration factor and effective efficiency at six frequencies, directly traceable to the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) at those frequencies where NIST provides calibration service.

  • Thermocouple Probes

    Type T - ThermoWorks

    No matter the application, ThermoWorks has a probe for you: penetration probes, immersion probes, air probes, surface probes, wire probes, even specialized probes like griddle probes, burger probes, pipe clamp probes, and probes for medical and lab use. Choose from standard tip, reduced tip, corkscrew tip, alligator clip, or needle probes; different handle types; and straight, coiled, stainless overbraid or even armored cables. Sensor types include type T or type K thermocouples, RTD sensors and our Pro-Series® line of thermistor probes.

  • Profiling CTDs

    Sea-Bird Scientific

    A CTD measures Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth. Despite the name, all CTDs actually measure pressure, which is not quite the same thing as depth. The relationship between pressure and depth is a complex one involving water density and compressibility as well as the strength of the local gravity field. The CTD data can be used to calculate salinity, density, sound velocity, and other parameters of interest. The term CTD is often used today to describe a package that includes the actual CTD as well as auxiliary sensors to measure other parameters (such as dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, fluorometer, altimeter, etc.) and a water sampler to collect water samples for later analysis in the lab. The term Sonde is sometimes used as an alternative to CTD.

  • Ranging Sensor Module

    Sage Millimeter, Inc.

    Ranging sensor modules are designed and manufactured to measure the distance and direction of moving targets. The operating frequency for these sensors is at 24, 76.5 and 95 GHz; the RF interface is a standard WR-42, WR-12 and WR-10 waveguide, respectively. The sensor modules support a TE10 mode operation and are configured with a T/R diplexer, a single or I/Q receiver and a transmitter/receiver oscillator in an integrated package. Models with an I/Q receiver can detect the distance and direction of moving targets simultaneously. While three catalog models with single receiver are listed below, additional models, such as those with an I/Q receiver can be found on the website. In addition, custom models are available to meet unique application needs.

  • The Impulse Guided Wave Radar

    AMETEK Drexelbrook

    The Drexelbrook Impulse is a two wire guided wave radar that employs field proven TDR level (Time Domain Reflectometry) technology to provide accurate measurement of Total Level, Distance or Volumetric outputs on all liquids and slurries. The Impulse is designed to tame even the most difficult level measurement applications and will continue to provide reliable and accurate measurements despite disturbances such as agitated, or irregular surfaces, foam or coating of the probe. It is unaffected by changes in density and dielectric properties, dusts, vapor, and turbulence. The Impulse simply keeps on measuring under conditions where other water level sensors quit.