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

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  • Geomagnetic Sensor

    RM3100 - PNI Corp.

    Based on PNI's proprietary magneto-inductive technology, our sensors deliver high-performance resolution and repeatability with extremely low noise. They provide high gain, high sampling rates, and no hysteresis. PNI's sensors also do not require temperature calibration or current set-and-reset pulses before each measurement. In the graph below, the magnetic field readings of the Hall Effect and PNI's Magneto Inductive sensors are compared against a figurative "ideal" sensor. The sensors are rotated in a fixed position in a magnetic field of magnitude 2.4 T while heading data is calculated.

  • Signal Conditioner

    ClipX - HBM, Inc

    Fast and digital signal conditioning for force sensors, load cells, torque sensors, pressure transducers, as well as temperature and standardized signals (current/voltage). Guaranteed measurement accuracy, even in harsh industrial environments with electrical interferences.

  • Coordinate Measuring Machines

    ScopeCheck® V - Werth Inc.

    Precise measurement of cylindrical workpieces (tools, shafts etc.) using application-specific sensors in a production environmentHeavy duty granite base with CNC air bearing rotary axisIntegrated vertical rotary axis for rapid measurement of diameters, planes, holes, and cutting and clearance angles with optical and tactile sensorsAll industry standard tool holders and chuck systems are available on the rotary axisUnique design allows easy integration of additional sensors for increased flexibilityProtected enclosure for measurement on the production floor

  • Current Source

    YL4012 - Yiliang Corporation

    Precision measurement of resistance DC current bias for semiconductor devices.High stability current driver for semiconductor Light emitting devices. ( LEDs, Laser diodes )High precision DC current bias for sensors.High stability DC current bias for any precision.( Thermal sensors, Hall sensors ) Measurement of samples.Automatic resistance measurements with Other intelligent instruments

  • Data Center Solutions

    AVTECH Software, Inc.

    A complete data center environment monitoring solution. She and her Product Specialist worked together to outfit the Room Alert 32E, AVTECH’s flagship product, with just the right combination of sensors to keep her and her team informed of conditions in the data center at company headquarters; she also decided to deploy the mid-size model, the Room Alert 12E, at branch offices, with the same sensors.

  • Liquid Calibration Baths

    Cincinnati Sub-Zero Products, Inc.

    Designed for calibration of temperature control devices that contain hazardous or corrosive fluids. Meets Class 1, Division 1 requirements for operation in a hazardous environment. CSZ explosion proof liquid calibration baths are designed to calibrate a large number of temperature sensors which contain a variety of different types of hazardous fluids. The sensors are typically calibrated in the same fluid used in the sensing element of the control devices per specification.

  • Logger version super wide range turbidity sensor with wiper

    INFINITY-Turbi ATU75W2-USB - JFE Advantech Co., Ltd.

    Infinity-Turbi is an autonomously deployable data logger for long-term turbidity measurements. With dual sensors for low (0 to 1,000 FTU) and high (0 to 100,000 ppm) ranges, the instrument can provide Highly accurate turbidity measurements in normal to muddy water. Infinity-Turbi has a mechanical wiper to keep the optical window clean, making long-term observations possible. The instrument has temperature and depth sensors as standard as well, and matches various measuring situations and applications.

  • Magnet Wheels Pulse Generators

    199SM / 198EM Magnet Wheels - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Magnet wheels work with Electro-Sensors Hall Effect shaft speed sensors providing 120 alternating magnetic poles around the circumference of the 3.75" diameter. The 199SM models mount around shafts up to 3" in diameter and are secured with set screws (provided). The 198EM mounts on the end of a shaft with a 10-32 UNF screw (provided - requires center drilling and tapping the shaft).• Use with 906, 906B, 1101 and other Hall Effect, non-metallic-end-capped shaft speed sensors (consult factory)

  • LVDT I/O Cards

    CP3000 Series - Computer Conversions Corporation

    Universal AC Sensor interface digitizes up to 8 channels of individually Programmable Synchro, Resolver and LVDT/RVDT sensor inputs on a 3U cPCI (Compact PCI) and PXI Compatible plug-in circuit cardProduct allows users to interface into the widest variety of AC Position sensors all programmable within a single cardA must have for anyone using LVDT-RVDT's, Synchros and Resolver sensors or signals, electronic gauging, motion control, and instrumentation.

  • Multicomm Intelligent Junction Box

    SeaKing - Tritech International Ltd.

    The Multicomm can be linked to a number of SeaKing sensors and communication can then be made to the SCU (Surface Control Unit) using RS232 protocol. As well as providing RS232 output, the Multicomm can be set to act as a transparent interface allowing communication using Tritech's ARCNET protocol. This transparent interface also accepts SeaPrince sensors, which provides a simple junction box for system installations where time is critical.

  • Inertial Measurement Units

    IMU - Analog Devices Inc.

    Analog Devices inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensors are based on multiaxis combinations of precision gyroscopes, accelerometers, magnetometers, and pressure sensors. Our technology reliably senses and processes multiple degrees of freedom, even in highly complex applications and under dynamic conditions. These plug and play solutions include full factory calibration, embedded compensation and sensor processing, and a simple programmable interface.

  • Inertial Measurement Units (IMU)

    Analog Devices Inc.

    Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) sensors integrate multiaxis combinations of precision gyroscopes, accelerometers, magnetometers, and pressure sensors, intelligently fused to provide reliable position and motion discernment for stabilization and navigation applications. Precision MEMs IMUs deliver the required accuracy levels even in complex operating environments and under dynamic or extreme motion dynamics. ADI iSensor® IMU technology has been uniquely developed to reliably provide the high performance necessary to enable emerging applications in autonomous machinery and instruments, across multiple markets.

  • In Situ Process Monitoring

    Instrumented Substrates - KLA-Tencor Corp

    SensArray Process Probe instrumented substrates allow for accurate temperature measurements in real time in many semiconductor and flat panel display fabrication processes, including lithography, etch, deposition, and solder reflow. Each Process Probe substrate measurement tool is custom made to meet your specific application needs. You specify the substrate, the size measurement, the number and location of sensors, and the length of the lead. We can even instrument sensors into a substrate that you supply.

  • Instrumentation Tutor

    Unitech Scales And Measurements Pvt. Ltd

    This comprises of temperature and speed using different methods. RTD, thermistor and thermocouple are used as sensors with digital temperature indicator to measure temperature. A small water kettle is supplied as a temperature source upto 100°C. Glass bead thermometer is used as standard temperature measurement source to conduct the experiment. Magnetic and photo reflective sensors are used to measure speed. A FHP motor with speed regulator is used as speed source. To the shaft 60 teeth tone wheels are fixed to generate pulses.

  • Laboratory Centrifuges

    ACUTRONIC Switzerland Ltd

    Centrifuge systems are designed for the development, test, evaluation and calibration of accelerometers and a variety of inertial devices. Centrifuges provide a cost-effective solution for simulating high-"G" environments in the laboratory. They support testing of devices such as MEMS-based Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs), low-cost quartz or silicon sensors, Ring Laser Gyros (RLGs), Fiber-Optic Gyros (FOGs), fuzes and crash sensors.