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  • Frequency Response Analyzers

    Princeton Applied Research

    Frequency Response Analysis (also referred to as Transfer Function Analysis) measures the output spectrum of a system relative to a stimulus, and is used to characterize the dynamics of the system under test. The technique measures the magnitude and phase relationship between output and input waveforms as a function of frequency. The input signals may be from a wide range of sensors including acoustic (microphones/sonar), mechanical (accelerometers/displacement transducers), optical (photodetectors), and electrical (amplifiers).

  • Frequency Response Analyzers

    Ametek Scientific Instruments

    Frequency Response Analysis (also referred to as Transfer Function Analysis) measures the output spectrum of a system relative to a stimulus, and is used to characterize the dynamics of the system under test. The technique measures the magnitude and phase relationship between output and input waveforms as a function of frequency. The input signals may be from a wide range of sensors including acoustic (microphones/sonar), mechanical (accelerometers/displacement transducers), optical (photodetectors), and electrical (amplifiers).

  • VELOCICALC AIR VELOCITY METER

    9545-A - TSI Inc.

    The VelociCalc® Air Velocity Meter 9545-A is like having multiple meters for the price of one. This meter simultaneously measures and data logs several ventilation parameters using a single probe with multiple sensors. It measures velocity, temperature and relative humidity; and calculates flow, wet bulb and dew point temperature. Ideal for optimizing HVAC system performance, commissioning, plant maintenance, critical environment certification and duct traverses. The 9545 model has an articulated probe.

  • Automotive Radar - Target Simulator 77GHz

    Konrad Technologies GmbH

    Testing, Verification, and ValidationThe Konrad 24GHz - 77 GHz - 82 GHz Radar Target Simulator increases the realism of virtual validation of ADAS systems by testing typical error scenarios of ADAS sensors in a lab environment.For the simulation of complex realistic ADAS scenarios to evaluate data fusion systems, we associate vehicle testing studies with modern and hi-tech infrastructures. Thus, simulating and accelerating the real life equivalent loads.

  • Power Quality Analyser

    PM7000 - Outram Research Ltd (ORL)

    It offers virtually everything needed to monitor and record power for surveys and audits. It includes 4 voltage input channels capable for measuring 0 to 600 Vac and 4 current input channels for use with voltage output current clamps, or Rogowski Coil sensors supplied. Twelve pre-stored connection configurations are set for 3 phase, 2 phase and single phase measurements. Users can also configure their own set-up and math calculation requirements and save them to non-volatile memory.

  • Open-source All-in-one Instrumentation

    OpenScope MZ - Digilent Inc.

    OpenScope MZ is a USB/WiFi oscilloscope with a Waveform Generator and Logic Analyzer. What does that mean? It's a device that you connect to your computer (through WiFi or a USB cable) that allows you to acquire, analyze, visualize, and control signals from circuits, sensors, and other electronic devices. Unlike typical USB instruments, OpenScope MZ can also be programmed to run standalone like an Arduino or Raspberry Pi, but with high-speed precision analog and digital I/O.

  • Long Range Thermal Imaging Surveillance System

    Ranger HRC - FLIR Systems, Inc.

    The Ranger HRC is a high-resolution mid-wave thermal imaging system built around a large format 640x480 array and a choice of powerful continuous-zoom telescopes. While the Ranger HRC is available in its standalone, environmentally hardened enclosure, it can also include and optional high-magnification CCD-TV camera, laser rangefinder, digital magnetic compass and an integrated, gyro-stabilized, pan/tilt mechanism that provides precise target geo-location capability. Operators can field Ranger HRC as a portable stand-alone system, or integrate it into a network of fixed-site sensors via its suite of plug-and-play interface options.

  • 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.

  • Loss Measuring System for Transformers

    LiMOS - HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH

    The transformer loss measuring system LiMOS is designed for highly accurate measurement of losses and other parameters required in the framework of routine and type testing of power transformers. The combined voltage/current sensors and the digital signal processing enable a very compact design with only one HV device per phase with smallest volume and footprint. The digitized and preprocessed signals are transmitted via fiber optic cable to the receiver unit (LiMO-MCSU).

  • Humidity and Temperature Data Logger

    TempRetrieverRH - MadgeTech, Inc

    The TempRetrieverRH is a low cost, reusable, humidity and temperature data logger. No external probes are required to achieve its high performance as both the humidity and temperature sensors are internal to the device. The device can record up to 16,383 readings in its non-volatile memory and coupled with up to a one year battery life, this makes for the perfect temperature and humidity data logger when keeping down costs is paramount.

  • Hyperspectral Cameras with USB3 Vision

    xiSpec - XIMEA GmbH

    Nanoelectronics research center imec and XIMEA, partnered thru integrating imec’s Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) sensors with XIMEA’s xiQ USB3.0 camera line. By applying narrow-band spectral filters at pixel-level using semiconductor thin-film processing, imec’s technology enables hyperspectral image sensor solutions with extreme compactness, low weight, high reliability and proven capabilities to be mass produced at low cost and in volume.

  • Coordinate Measuring Machines

    VideoCheck® UA - Werth Inc.

    Ultra Accurate multisensor coordinate measuring machine in fixed bridge designHighest accuracy due to use of low vibration precision air bearings and solid granite constructionThe VideoCheck® UA features scale resolution in the nanometer range and a special design that reduces measurement errorsCan be equipped with high-precision sensors including the high precision 3D Fiber Probe.Use of high precision telecentric lenses in a second optical beam pathModular structure guarantees customized solutions for individual applicationsIntegrated vibration isolation dampeners

  • Simulating Optical Design Components

    Wave Optics Module - COMSOL, Inc.

    The Wave Optics Module provides dedicated tools for electromagnetic wave propagation in linear and nonlinear optical media for accurate component simulation and optical design optimization. With this module you can model high-frequency electromagnetic wave simulations in either frequency- or time-domain in optical structures. It also adds to your modeling of optical media by supporting inhomogeneous and fully anisotropic materials, and optical media with gains or losses. It is straightforward to simulate optical sensors, metamaterials, optical fibers, bidirectional couplers, plasmonic devices, nonlinear optical processes in photonics, and laser beam propagation.

  • Voltage Variable Attenuators

    Fairview Microwave Inc.

    Voltage variable attenuators (VVAs) that offer up to 60 dB of attenuation across a broad range of frequencies from 400 MHz to 18 GHz. These voltage variable attenuators are frequently used in applications such as electronic warfare, instrumentation, point-to-point and point-to-multipoint radios, fiber optic and broadband telecom, microwave radio and VSAT, military radios, radar, ECM, SATCOM and sensors, and R&D.

  • SLD Light Source

    FiberLabs Inc.

    The SLD light source is a light source to emit low-coherence light with a broad spectrum like LED and high brightness like LD. Light emitted from a narrow active layer like LD effectively couple to the fiber. SLD light source can be used for optical measurements and sensors, including fiber optic gyroscopes and OCT. FiberLabs provides fiber-output SLD light sources in different wavelength bands from visible to near-infrared light. Our lineup includes bench-top types convenient for experiments and easy-to-integrate module types.