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

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  • PXI BRIC4 FIBO Matrix Dual 40x4 3pin brkout

    40-592A-002 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-592A FIBO (Fault Insertion Break-Out) Matrix Module is a large-scale high density switching matrix based on the Pickering BRIC format. The fault insertion BRICs are designed for applications requiring the simulation of a variety of faults in complex, high pin count, applications involving sensors and control units. Typical faults that can be simulated are open-circuits, short circuits to ground or battery, or short-circuits between input/output lines. Typical applications are in automotive and aerospace industries which involve safety or mission critical systems that have to behave predictably when cabling or sensor faults occur.

  • PXI BRIC8 FIBO Matrix Dual 186x4 2pin brkout

    40-592A-116 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-592A FIBO (Fault Insertion Break-Out) Matrix Module is a large-scale high density switching matrix based on the Pickering BRIC format. The fault insertion BRICs are designed for applications requiring the simulation of a variety of faults in complex, high pin count, applications involving sensors and control units. Typical faults that can be simulated are open-circuits, short circuits to ground or battery, or short-circuits between input/output lines. Typical applications are in automotive and aerospace industries which involve safety or mission critical systems that have to behave predictably when cabling or sensor faults occur.

  • PXI BRIC4 FIBO Matrix Dual 155x4 2pin brkout

    40-592A-115 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-592A FIBO (Fault Insertion Break-Out) Matrix Module is a large-scale high density switching matrix based on the Pickering BRIC format. The fault insertion BRICs are designed for applications requiring the simulation of a variety of faults in complex, high pin count, applications involving sensors and control units. Typical faults that can be simulated are open-circuits, short circuits to ground or battery, or short-circuits between input/output lines. Typical applications are in automotive and aerospace industries which involve safety or mission critical systems that have to behave predictably when cabling or sensor faults occur.

  • Industrial Calibrators

    Fluke Calibration

    A temperature calibrator, often called a thermometer calibrator, is used to correct inaccuracies in installed thermometers and temperature sensors, because temperature measurement is a critical parameter in many industrial processes. Although simulators are sometimes called temperature calibrators or thermometer calibrators and may be used to provide thermometer calibration for the electronics in an installed system, a temperature source with a calibrated reference sensor is still required to provide a complete and meaningful calibration. Fluke Calibration industrial and field temperature calibrators include: Metrology Wells; Field Metrology Wells; field dry-well calibrators; handheld dry block calibrators; Micro-Baths; large target infrared calibrators; field IR calibrators; ice-point dry-well; and thermocouple furnaces.

  • Water quality profiler with optical fast DO sensor

    AAQ-RINKO - JFE Advantech Co., Ltd.

    The water quality profiler, AAQ 1183 has been redesigned as AAQ-RINKO with an optical fast response (63% response in water, 0.4 s) DO sensor, RINKO. Conventional water quality profilers with a slow response DO sensor require holding the instrument for a certain period at the measurement depths. AAQ-RINKO makes vertical measurements possible with a profiling speed of 0.5 m/s, similar to CTD observation, thereby significantly reducing the observation time. In addition to conductivity, temperature, depth, chlorophyll, turbidity, DO and pH, AAQ-RINKO also enables simultaneous installation of PAR (Photosynthetic Available Radiation) and ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential) sensors. The processing unit is available in three types in accordance with the observation applications.

  • Drone Thermal Camera w/ full Sensor Suite

    Duo™ Pro R - FLIR Systems, Inc.

    FLIR Duo Pro R combines a high resolution, radiometric thermal imager, 4K color camera, and a full suite of on-board sensors to bring you the most powerful dual-sensor imaging solution in the world for small commercial drones. Capture actionable data around the clock with Duo Pro R. Its on-board sensor suite makes Duo Pro R a self-contained airborne mapping package. Duo Pro R a self-contained airborne mapping package. Fully integrated GPS receiver, IMU, magnetometer, and barometer provide all the data needed to create accurate orthomosaics from an airborne platform.

  • Digital Stik Liquid Level Sensor

    7250 - AMETEK Drexelbrook

    The 7250 Series digital stiks take field proven magnetostrictive sensing technology and packages it for greater reliability and easier installation. This liquid level sensor is ideal for liquid level monitoring, interface level and leak detection in a variety of liquid media in above ground and underground storage tanks. It was designed to meet EPA Leak Detection and API Inventory Monitoring requirements and has been approved for use in hazardous environments.The 7250 Series is series has an inherently lower cost design which results in savings. It provides the same performance and reliability as sensors that consume more power.

  • 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.

  • Portable Trace-Level O3 Calibrator

    Model T753U - Teledyne Advanced Pollution Instrumentation

    The Model T753U is a portable, microprocessor based precision Calibrator for Ozone gas instruments and sensors. Using a sophisticated Ozone generation system, combined with a sensitive photometer and pneumatic design, the T753U produces stable and reliable concentrations of Ozone in a convenient and rugged package based on our popular T750/U Portable Multigas Calibrator platform. The T753U is housed in a high-density, molded travel case which includes an integral handle and wheels for durability and ease of use in the field for virtually any application. An internal zero air option extends the T753U's capabilities to also provide a clean and dry source of zero air, eliminating the need for a separate source of zero air. The internal zero air source module contains a software driven electronic inlet valve manifold allowing the calibrator to automatically switch between internal and external zero air sources depending on the application needs.The T753U operates in two modes; a high range, and a low range, or "fractional" mode, for producing accurate Ozone levels down to 2 ppb which meets the latest US EPA calibration requirements for Trace-level Ozone gas instruments. The mode is automatically selected based on the Ozone concentration range chosen by the user. To ensure high accuracy and stability of the Ozone output, the calibrator constantly measures the Ozone concentration being produced with an internal photometer and uses it to actively control the Ozone generator in real-time. The internal photometer can be certified by another external Reference Standard by simply using the 'photometer input loop' located beneath the fold up panel. The T753U Portable Ozone Calibrator combines performance and convenience for the most demanding applications.

  • New Link system Control and Image Capture Software

    Linkam Scientific Instruments

    New uncluttered and intuitive user interfaceLive display of current status for easy monitoringFull control of heating and cooling rate, limit and hold time of up to 100 rampsRow by Row control of Vacuum, Humidity, Tensile Force and Shear modes controllable and synchronised with TemperatureParameters of connected Linkam sensors displayed and stored - e.g. Vacuum, Humidity, Force, XY position and Pressure (dependent on connected stage type)Real Time chart of temperature and other measured parametersTrigger I/O for synchronisation with other equipmentTriggers recorded and plotted row by rowAutomatic setup of controls and parameter limits based on stage type connectedFull five point temperature calibrationUSB 2.0 to T96 and CSS450 ControllersOptional modules including Linkam Imaging Systems with high performance camerasIncludes .NET Components for easy integration into 3rd party applications e.g. LabViewNative 64 bit application

  • Displacement Transducers

    Procter & Chester Measurements Ltd

    Pressure: Measures gas or liquid pressure. Pressure is an expression of the force required to stop a fluid from expanding. The transducer generates a signal from the pressure imposed upon it. Torque: Measures the torque (or twisting motion) on a static or rotating system. The static torque element has little movement and therefore more economic to manufacture and purchase. Rotary or dynamic torque is more complicated as the signal needs to be transferred using slip rings, wireless telemetry or rotary transformers/inductance technology so that the strain gauged shaft can continuously rotate. Displacement: Measures distance. The displacement transducers that PCM offer are slightly different to standard units. They have a strain gauge/wheatstone bridge. The benefit here is that if the customer has existing electronics that uses strain gauge/load cell technology, they can use them with these sensors.

  • GPS Disciplined 10 MHz Frequency Reference

    MtRF-5610 - Mountain RF Sensors

    As the latest addition to a growing product line, Mountain RF Sensors (MtRF) is announcing the MtRF-5610 GPS Disciplined 10 MHz Frequency Reference. With eight outputs, the MtRF-5610 eliminates the need for a separate frequency source and RF distribution unit (or multi-coupler). Along with the 10 MHz outputs, time information is also available via a serial output. The serial output support a 1 PPS mode and NMEA-0183. In the event of loss of GPS signal, the unit will continue to operate as a high-accuracy OCXO until the GPS signal is restored. The 1 PPS signal is accurate to ±35 ns to UTC RMS. The 10 MHz output has a noise floor of -155 dBc. Holdover stability is < ±10us over 24 hours. The MtRF-5610 is designed for an operational temperature range of -20˚C to +60˚C. The MtRF-5610 is available in a 8.66" x 6.50" x 2.03" module or a 1U, 19 inch rackmount enclosure and operates from 90–250 VAC line power.

  • SWIR Microscopes with SWIR InGaAs Cameras

    Pembroke Instruments

    Our SWIR microscope cameras are designed to deliver superb image quality in real world conditions where intrascene dynamic range is quite high. This is accomplished through proprietary Wide Dynamic Range ROIC technologies and offer a Dynamic Range (DR) of more than 140dB in a single image without any external control. Other InGaAs cameras will suffer pixel saturation and deliver very poor image quality when the scene conditions demand high dynamic range from the camera. The internal Fixed Pattern Noise correction gives a high uniformity pictures in all light conditions with no need of Look-up table. The WDR InGaAs sensors use InGaAs photodiodes array operating from 900nm up to 1700nm with a high QE and coupled to a patented Read Out Circuit (ROIC).

  • IDS NXT

    IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH

    The functions of classic vision sensors - such as barcode readers - are usually strictly defined and hardly expandable. IDS NXT shows that there is a different way: the freely programmable platform is not tied to any predefined tasks. Instead, users can develop and install vision apps themselves and then change and set up various image processing tasks in a short time. App development does not require any additional specialist knowledge, because it hardly differs from the development of a "classic" industrial camera application. The possibility of installing different types of vision apps creates universal application possibilities in numerous application areas, for example in optical quality assurance, as an analytical device in medical technology, for surveillance tasks using face recognition or vehicle and person counting.

  • Premium Sony CMOS with USB3 Vision

    xiC - XIMEA GmbH

    All Sony’s next generation CMOS models based on the Pregius™ technology have Global shutter and are able to supply 8, 10 or 12 bit high quality pictures with Dynamic range higher than 70 dB, extraordinary low noise, exceptional light sensitivity and remarkable color reproduction. Apart from the image quality of the newest Sony sensors and fast speed of USB3, you can also notice the small form factor with dimensions of only 26 x 26 x 33 mm and weight of mere 38 grams. Power requirements are as low as 3 Watt which allows the cameras to be bus powered directly through USB3 cable and the small heat dissipation can be further rectified by attaching special tripod bracket curtesy of XIMEA.