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  • Security/Detection

    Dexter Research Center, Inc.

    If your design challenge is to create the best motion sensor or motion detector - fire sensor or fire detector, smoke sensor or smoke detector - you've come to the right company.  Dexter's sensor technologies are at multiple fronts today, reducing the threat of combat on land, sea and air.  Yet the industry leading advantages of Dexter sensors - low cost, high sensitivity, low energy consumption and long life - make them the perfect motion sensor for home, office and facility applications. Dexter thin-film and silicon detectors can target precise threats, whether defined by movement, temperature or body mass.  Intensive MIL-STD-883H testing performed by Trialon Corporation, an independent testing facility, confirm that Dexter Research's silicon-based temperature sensor detectors meet the same rugged requirements of 1,000G's for mechanical shock and 30G's in random vibration for which our thin-film detectors are famous.  Download Dexter's report here (PDF).

  • Dual Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer

    OS768-LS - Omega Engineering, Inc

    OMEGA's OS768-LS is the ultimate tool for temperature measurement. Accurately verify surface temperatures with two of the most reliable temperature sensors:* Non-contact micro-machined thermopile* Type K thermocouple input (free T/C included)Such an arrangement can fulfill most temperature measurement requirements. The non-contact infrared measurement is ideal for non-reachable situations, due to safety or sanitary reasonsinstant readings, safely and reliably. Or use the thermocouple for high precision measurement of contact surfaces, gases, and liquids. The OS768-LS can also help measure emissivity, which is often difficult for a user to determine. Use the Type K thermocouple contact to measure the true temperature. Then, use the non-contact infrared to get the surface temperature. Adjust the emissivity until they are the same, with the option to use the same emissivity setting for that object next time. No more guess work, no more looking up on Emissivity Table. This unit also comes with an ultra-long battery life (batteries are included).

  • Conductive Rubber Tester

    UT8130JP - Utron Technologies

    1. Super testing speed saves daily testing cost tremendously.2. Support multi-image board testing with sophisticated software.3. A special durable hardware is implemented to prevent damp and ensues the stability of testing results.4 With 4 touch down shafts of precision mechanical design. this prevents X,Y, directional vibrations and it is extremely suitable for high density board testing.5. A special design cylinder with fixed rings, this ensures the stability of the press plates.6. Real-Time Monitoring System to ensure the reliability of test results.7. Troubleshooting navigator enables maintenance easily.8. The up and down movements of the press plates are controlled by resisters sensors, this controls the interaction of cylinder and press plate, hence stabilize the press plates movements.

  • Motor Testing Equipment for EOL- DC Brush Motors

    MotorLine® - MLI-D - M.E.A. Testing Systems Ltd.

    *Performs QA testing on 100% of production without compromising line throughput (up to 10 motors per minute), reducing costs of defective products.*Determines acceptability to user predefined PASS/FAIL limits on production lines.*Provides motor performance data, from stall up to no-load, within seconds, including: torque, speed, current, voltage, input power, output power, time, efficiency, direction of rotation.· Provides dynamic performance tests data, including:speed and torque spectrum, speed and torque oscillations, friction torque, friction spectrum,friction output power, cogging torque level.· Motor performance data can be recorded in the system database for comparison and statistical analysis.· Motor power switching is done automatically by the system.· Motors can be tested inside their applications.· Test results are provided graphically and tabulated.· Test reports in PDF and Excel format.· Capability for integration with third party devices, such as hipot & insulation resistance testers.· System is customized to suit specific requirements.· Supports non-contact frictionless sensors.

  • Motor Testing Equipment Kits for EOL (End of Line) Production- DC Brush Motors

    M.E.A. Testing Systems Ltd.

    *Low-cost portable unit with all the major motor performance tests of the standard MotorLine® system.*Connects directly to USB 2.0 port.*Performs QA testing on 100% of production without compromising line throughput (up to 10 motors per minute), reducing costs of defective products.*Determines acceptability to user predefined PASS/FAIL limits on production lines.*Provides motor performance data, from stall up to no-load, within seconds, including: torque, speed, current, voltage, input power, output power, time,efficiency, direction of rotation.*Provides dynamic performance tests data, including: speed and torque spectrum, speed and torque oscillations, friction torque, friction spectrum, cogging torque level, back EMF.*Motor performance data can be recorded in the system database for comparison and statistical analysis.*Motor power switching is done automatically by the system.*Motors can be tested inside their applications.*Test results are provided graphically and tabulated.*Test reports in PDF and Excel format.*Capability for integration with third party devices, such as hipot & insulation resistance testers. *Supports non-contact frictionless sensors.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 4-Channel, 1.5k

    40-265-404 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 4-channel, 1.5k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 2-Channel, 2K

    40-265-302 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 2-channel, 2k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 6-Channel, 3k

    40-265-106 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 6-channel, 3k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 2-Channel, 3k

    40-265-102 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 2-channel, 3k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 6-Channel, 1k

    40-265-206 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 6-channel, 1k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 6-Channel, 2k

    40-265-306 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 6-channel, 2k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 4-Channel, 2k

    40-265-304 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 4-channel, 2k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 4-Channel, 1k

    40-265-204 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 2-channel, 350) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 6-Channel, 1.5k

    40-265-406 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 6-channel, 1.5k) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.

  • PXI Strain Gauge Simulator Module 6-Channel, 350

    40-265-016 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-265 range consists of 6, 4 or 2 channel modules (this version is the 6-channel, 350) that simulate the operation of a range of strain gauges making it ideal for testing strain gauge meters and a wide variety of industrial control systems. The range provides a simple way of replacing in house developed sensors with a low cost simulator having excellent performance. The 40-265 uses the same resistor bridge techniques that real life strain gauges are based on, ensuring accurate emulation under all conditions. Each simulator channel includes an independent input for the Excitation Voltage and a bridge output. The Excitation Voltage port can be driven by an AC or a DC source. The bridge circuit includes three fixed resistors and a fourth programmable resistor that can be adjusted over a narrow resistance range with fine adjustment capability and excellent accuracy. The adjustment range provided is sufficient to simulate quarter, half or full bridge circuits. The standard bridge impedances are 350, 1k, 1.5k, 2k and 3k. These modules are extremely simple to use, the variable resistor element can be programmed using a simple resistance call. The module supplies the user with the resistance value required to balance the bridge, and the resistance call to the simulator can be varied above and below this value to simulate extension and compression of the strain gauge resistor.