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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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  • Ultrasonic Sensors

    MaxBotix Inc.

    People Detection, Remote Bin Measurement, Automated Store Displays, Water Level Measurement, Parking Sensor

  • Strain sensors

    SG-01 - FBGS International N.V.

    The Strain Gage SG-01 is the fibre optic equivalent of an electrical strain gage. The Strain Gage SG-01 can be mounted directly on the surface of a structure by means of an adhesive. In this way, the fibre sensor makes direct contact with the surface and therefore measures directly the strain at the surface.

  • Gravity Sensors

    iGRAV - GWR

    Superconducting persistent currents (i) produce the most stable relative gravity meter in existence. Superconducting persistent currents (i) produce the most stable relative gravity meter in existence. Super stable: Drift less than 0.5 µGal/month Scale factor constant to better than 1 part in 104 for years! Super precise: 1 nanoGal (10-3 µGal) in frequency domain 0.05 µGal in the time domain for 1 minute averaging. Super low noise: 0.3 µGal/(Hz)½.

  • Multispectral Sensors

    PixelSensor - PIXELTEQ

    The unique, wafer-level optical filters split the spectrum into 8 discrete color bands and suppress out-of-band background light, improving contrast and sensitivity. Customized OEM versions are available with user-defined spectral bands. With narrow band VIS-NIR selectivity, the sensor arrays are available both with and without an OEM electronics board. The OEM electronics board is designed for easy integration into customers’ analytical equipment and provides a smaller footprint (45.72×21.34mm) and faster time-to-market than traditional sensor technology, offering a cost-effective solution. The parallel channel design results in no moving parts and faster measurements than discrete optics designs and spectrometers. Designed for low noise and fast response time, the 20-pin LCC package can be surface or socket mounted.

  • Infrared Sensors

    SNAKE SW - ULIS

    The 640 x 512 VGA format detectors with 15-micron pixels are available in two versions, the SNAKE SW, a hermetically sealed metal package which includes an integral TEC (thermo-electric cooler), or the SNAKE SW TECless, a hermetically sealed ceramic package without a TE Cooler. Both detectors are designed for wavelengths ranging from 0.9µm to 1.7 µm and boast low noise, fast frame rates up to 300Hz, excellent image quality and a pixel operability of >99.9%.

  • Broadband Sensors

    Kinemetrics, Inc.

    Offers a response between 120 sec and 160 Hz in a smaller, rugged, low power and low cost system that is easy to install and deploy. Built with ease of installation in mind, it does not require mass lock, mass centering, and has a large operational tilt range which combines to reduce installation training, time, and cost.

  • Power Sensors

    Spanawave Corporation

    Measure CW power from 10 MHz to 50 GHz. Modulated Average Power Measurement. Peak Power Measurement.

  • Vibration Sensors

    Meggitt Sensing Systems

    Accelerometers to monitor vibration commonly found on rotating industrial machinery including motors, fans, pumps, gearboxes, blowers, machine tool spindles, compressors, chillers, rollers, and mixers. Maintenance and reliability professionals use our accelerometers for preventative maintenance and condition based monitoring.

  • Switch Sensors

    MultiDimension Technology Co.,Ltd.

    a digital unipolar magnetic switch that integrates TMR and CMOS technology in order to provide a magnetically triggered digital switch with high sensitivity, high speed, and ultra-low power consumption. It is designed for use in applications that are both power-critical and performance-demanding. It contains a push-pull half-bridge TMR magnetic sensor and CMOS signal processing circuitry within the same package, including an on-chip TMR voltage generator for precise magnetic sensing.

  • Photoelectric Sensors

    Contrinex Schweiz AG

    A reflex, or reflective, photoelectric sensor contains a transmitter and a receiver in a single housing, and emits a pulsed, focused light beam through a polarization filter toward a distant reflector. Reflected light returns to the sensor, passing through a second filter before arriving at the receiver. When a target object interrupts the light beam, the receiver detects the reduced light intensity and triggers the sensor.

  • Photoelectric Sensors

    Contrinex Schweiz AG

    A reflex, or reflective, photoelectric sensor contains a transmitter and a receiver in a single housing, and emits a pulsed, focused light beam through a polarization filter toward a distant reflector. Reflected light returns to the sensor, passing through a second filter before arriving at the receiver. When a target object interrupts the light beam, the receiver detects the reduced light intensity and triggers the sensor.

  • Inductive Sensors

    Bee Instruments

    Inductive Proximity Switches, self contained, depend on the output of an oscillator for their operation. The oscillator resonant circuit uses an open core coil to produce a concentrated high frequency electromagnetic (RF) field, which emerges from the active surface of the sensor. If a metal target (or other electrically conductive material) enters this field, eddy currents will be induced in it, causing the resonating oscillator to be damped.

  • Optical Sensors

    Bee Instruments

    Optical (Infra-Red) Proximity Switches with advanced and reliable technology for every application offer a flexible solution for automation, where other Proximity Switches can not perform. Optical Proximity Switches have distinct advantage of higher sensing distance over Inductive and Capacitive types. These can work more reliably in noisy electromagnetic field. As an Infra-red wavelength is used, it is immune to visible light interference.

  • Thermocouple Sensors

    ATAL

    type temperature probe with mini connectorTemperature range -40 to 450 C1m cable with mini connectorProbe Length 100mm; diameter 3.2mm

  • Inductive Sensors

    Bernstein AG

    In general, inductive proximity switches consist of four basic elements: a coil, an oscillator, a threshold switch and an output stage with short-circuit protection.The oscillator generates a high frequency, electromagnetic alternating field which is emitted from the active face of the coil.Eddy currents are induced in a metal object that enters this field. These eddy currents draw energy from both the electromagnetic field and from the oscillator which is consequently attenuated.The more energy taken the closer the metal object moves towards the active face. The threshold switch switches on the output stage at a defined attenuation value.In proximity switches with a DC voltage supply, this switch is designed as an NPN transistor which switches the connected load to the negative pole or as a PNP transistor which switches the load to the positive pole. The output stage is a thyristor or a triac in AC voltage switches.