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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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  • Strain Sensors

    Columbia Research Laboratories

    Columbia's foil strain sensors monitor the fatigue loading experienced by tactical aircraft under various conditions of speed, weight and missions configuration. Critical undercarriage structures and control surfaces may be monitored for fatigue damage induced by high-G maneuvers and high stress landings. These sensors are self-temperatures compensating, environmental resistant, have a high output, two active arms and are easily installed. Developed for the demanding requirements associated with tactical military aircraft, they are equally useful performing many of the more common strain measurements encountered in the material testing laboratory. Columbia's foil strain sensors are considered the standard for the industry.

  • Position Sensors

    ASM GmbH

    Position sensors are made of a specially-manufactured and calibrated measuring cable and a highly accurate graduated drum. They are very easy to install and are ready for use in a very short time.

  • Sensors and Tools

    Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.

    SEL offers a variety of sensors that can be used to improve distribution system understanding and troubleshooting as well as tools for testing and resetting faulted circuit indicators.

  • Process Sensors

    Knick Elektronische Messgeräte GmbH & Co. KG.

    pH, ORP, conductivity and dissolved oxygen sensors for industrial applications. Analog and digital Memosens. Low-maintenance, high-precision measurements in chemical, pharmaceutical, food, energy and the environment.

  • Speed Sensors

    Variohm Eurosensor Ltd

    Variohm supply differential hall effect speed sensors for use in motorsport applications. We have two different designs but both offer very high performance.

  • Force Sensors

    Kistler Instrument Corp.

    In universities and industry, for basic research or quality assurance: exact data is always essential in order to measure forces and make processes more cost-effective. Thanks to their rugged design, piezoelectric quartz sensors from Kistler keep precise track of quasi-static and highly dynamic force processes, even when conditions are difficult. Our force sensors can also handle simultaneous measurements of multiple orthogonal force components.

  • Force Sensors

    Custom FlexiForce - Tekscan, Inc.

    With its paper-thin construction, flexibility, and force sensing ability, the FlexiForce FSR Sensor can measure force between almost any two surfaces and is durable enough to stand up to most environments. The unique construction and durability of these FSR sensors enables Tekscan to create custom-designed FSR sensors to meet the specific needs of many OEM customers. We also offer standard off-the-shelf sensor products for prototyping and low-quantity requirements.

  • Fork Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Fork sensors, which operate using a through-beam design, combine the sender and receiver in a single housing. As a result, alignment is no longer time-consuming. Even very slight differences in light attenuation are detected due to highly focused light emission and high detection accuracy. Easy installation, high immunity to ambient light, and a wide range of fork widths are some of the many advantages that SICK fork sensors offer. Applications include detecting labels or parts on conveyors.

  • Magnetic Sensors

    Bee Instruments

    Magnetic proximity sensors are characterized by the possibility of large switching distances, available from sensors with small dimensions. They detect magnetic objects (usually permanent magnets), which are used to trigger the switching process. As the magnetic fields are able to pass through many non-magnetic materials, the switching process can also be triggered without the need for direct exposure to the target object. By using magnetic conductors (e.g., iron), the magnetic field can be transmitted over greater distances so that, for example, the signal can be carried away from high temperature areas.

  • Light Sensors

    ams AG

    The Light Sensors products include a broad portfolio of digital Ambient Light, Digital Color, Proximity Detection, Light-to-Digital (LTD), Light-to-Voltage (LTV) and Light-to-Frequency (LTF) Sensors, in addition to Linear Sensor Arrays, for intelligent light sensing for a broad range of applications including display management for display-based products (cell phones, TVs, tablets, computer monitors, etc.), medical diagnostic equipment, industrial processes and controls, LED solid state lighting, consumer/commercial printer and health/fitness products.

  • Intelligent Sensors

    Silicon Labs

    Silicon Labs is a leading supplier of intelligent sensor solutions that are characterized by superb reliability, compact size, high levels of integration and unmatched ease of use for a variety of applications. Our diverse sensor product portfolio includes optical sensors, digital relative I2C humidity and temperature sensor ICs, biometric sensors and capacitive touch sense microcontroller devices.

  • Luminescence Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Luminescence sensors detect visible and non-visible marks that illuminate when using ultraviolet (UV) light. Fluorescent material and marks are reliably detected independently of their pattern, colors or surface conditions on any material. Luminescence sensors emit UV light with a wave length of approximately 375 nm. Fluorescent substances convert the UV light into long-wave visible light, which is then received and evaluated by the luminescence sensor.

  • Contrast Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Contrast sensors are primarily used in packaging/printing machines for the detection of printed or control marks. SICK's line of KT contrast sensors detects even the smallest contrasts at the highest speeds, such as print marks on foils or packaging. They detect minute grayscale variations between the mark and the background on matte, shiny or transparent surfaces. A variety of device types with different contrast resolution methods and teach-in versions are available to meet wide-ranging requirements.

  • Distance Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    SICK has a wide range of optic and ultrasonic solutions that measure from sub-microns to kilometers. They solve measuring, detecting and positioning applications using triangulation and time-of-flight modes. Sensors using triangulation are ideal for short-range, highly precise measurement. They can inspect miniature parts, thickness and shape, etc. Time-of-flight sensors work at longer distances, are not influenced by reflectivity or ambient light − perfect for positioning AS/RS, rail cars and gantry cranes.

  • Array Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Array sensors use closely spaced beams of light to detect even the slightest differences in gray scale between the target and the background within their field-of-view. They are ideal for edge and diameter detection as well as detecting widths and gaps. SICK’s array sensors offer industry-leading reproducibility, in addition to compact, rugged metal housings for use in highly restricted or harsh environments.