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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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  • Current Sensors

    Measurlogic

    Measurlogic offers an array of current sensors for every need, including split core, solid core and Rope current transformers (CTs); DC Shunts and Hall Effect Sensors. All of our electrical sensors are designed with an easy, un-intrusive installation in mind. With a low cost and high accuracy guarantee, we provide top of the line solutions for measurement and cost savings for residents and business owners alike.

  • EEWeb Sensors

    EEWeb

    Whereas electromechanical components seek to control the world, sensors seek to observe and understand the world around them. Taking many forms, these devices are often combinations of analog and digital designs. Many sensors rely on creating a voltage or current response to an environmental condition that can then be measured and, in many cases, digitized in the actual device. Common applications for sensors include measuring temperature, humidity, acceleration, light, and many other conditions. The introduction of the smart phone has brought significant growth to the sensor market.

  • Drone Sensors

    Sentera, llc

    Sentera drone sensors deliver unrivaled performance and consistently beat competitors in price, quality and function. Our sensors produce high-quality, context-rich color and near-infrared (NIR) image data to deliver unsurpassed NDVI data to growers. Our state-of-the-art design and deep base of field experience enable us to produce sensors that deliver meaningful and actionable insights to our customers.

  • Conductivity Sensors

    Barben Analytical

    Conductivity sensors measure the specific conductance of liquid processes. The specific conductance is directly related to the presence of ionic species and their concentration. Barben Analytical offers a full range of two electrode and four electrode contacting conductivity sensors for a variety of industrial measurement applications.

  • Color sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Color sensors detect the color of a surface. The sensors cast light (red, green, and blue LEDs) on the objects to be tested, calculate the chromaticity coordinates from the reflected radiation and compare them with previously stored reference colors. If the color values are within the set tolerance range, a switching output is activated.

  • Met Sensors

    NRG Systems, Inc.

    Use our comprehensive line of met sensors in your next resource assessment campaign, site monitoring station, or meteorological application. Benefit from the durability and consistent performance we have built into our sensors over more than 30 years of providing measurement solutions to the wind energy industry.

  • MSCL Sensors

    Geotek Ltd.

    Geotek specialises in designing core logging systems with multiple sensors to acquire both geochemical and physical properties non-destructively from geological core samples. The range of sensors that can be accepted onto each Multi-Sensor Core Logger (MSCL) is dependent on the type of core to be logged and the MSCL system selected.

  • Inertial Sensors

    Lord MicroStrain Sensing

    Our CV5 line of board-level OEM inertial sensors is ideal for platform stabilization, precision agriculture, terrain compensation, and more. Their small footprint and low weight enable them to install easily into almost any application. Our CV5-25 AHRS, CV5-15 VR, and CV5-10 IMU sensors offer industrial-grade precision at a fraction of the cost.

  • Infrasound Sensors

    Hyperion Technology Group, Inc.

    Hyperion Technology Group, in conjunction with the University of Mississippi National Center for Physical Acoustics, has developed a series of infrasound sensors sensors that are used by the military and research communities. The IFS-3000 series sensor (pictured left) is a hardened sensor that is built to withstand the harshest of environments and has been used for tornado, hurricane and volcano research activities.

  • Optical Sensors

    Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.

    Vishay's proximity, reflective, transmissive, slotted interrupters, optical and ambient light sensors put the "smart" into smart devices. Advantages of Vishay sensors include best-in-class performance, in-house chip manufacturing and assembly including AEC-Q101 automotive grade product lines, and comprehensive range of package types for wide range of applications.

  • Photoelectric Sensors

    Balluff GmbH

    Angle sensors from Balluff are a logical development of Balluff's fork sensors for more demanding applications. Their custom housing design and beam geometry enable approach and recognition of objects from almost every direction. Installation is very simple, even with space constraints: the transmitter and receiver are firmly aligned with each other.

  • Photoelectric Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    SICK's vast range of photoelectric sensors offer precise optics and advanced technology, creating market-leading solutions with sensor intelligence. By using the latest SIRIC® and LED technologies, these sensors offer the highest level of operational reliability regardless of any interference factors. Additional sensor information can be used to simplify modern production processes.

  • Turbidity Sensors

    Campbell Scientific, Inc.

    Turbidity sensors measure the amount of light that is scattered by the suspended solids in water. As the amount of total suspended solids (TSS) in water increases, the water's turbidity level (and cloudiness or haziness) increases. Turbidity sensors are used in river and stream gaging, wastewater and effluent measurements, control instrumentation for settling ponds, sediment transport research, and laboratory measurements.

  • Ultrasonic Sensors

    Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH

    Ultrasonic sensors present the ideal solution for non-contact position and distance measurement in all industrial areas where environmental conditions such as dust, smoke or steam may affect the sensors. Objects consisting of a variety of materials can be detected to within millimeters regardless of color or shape.

  • Tilt Sensors

    ASM GmbH

    Inclination sensors measure inclination between 0 and +/-180 in a non-contact, wear-free and absolute way. Utilizing the MEMS technology, these sensors are extremely resistant to shock, vibration and dirt, and are therefore well suited for outdoor applications. Various sensor enclosure designs open possibilities for many different types of applications.