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Liquid sensor devices protect Telecom equipment

Liquid sensor devices protect Telecom equipment
With a large proportion of telecom infrastructure being located outdoors, it will regularly be exposed to adverse weather conditions. The threat of rainwater ingress is something that telecom companies need to safeguard against, as the damage that ensues can have dire consequences - resulting in prolonged service interruptions and costly repair work. Carrying out systematic inspections can often be difficult, due to the large human resources needed and the fact equipment may be located in remote places.
20th April 2017

Omron releases world’s smallest seismic sensor

Omron releases world’s smallest seismic sensor
Omron Electronic Components Europe has announced the availability of what it believes is the world’s smallest class size seismic sensor, specifically designed to trigger the shutdown of potentially hazardous or easily damaged systems in the event of an earthquake. Specifically designed for the growing number of autonomous IoT systems, the Omron D7S provides high precision measurement of spectral intensity, allowing it to reject impulse vibration noise and only respond to genuine seismic activity.
18th April 2017

Distribution deal covers wide range of sensors

Distribution deal covers wide range of sensors
Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with MEMSIC is a supplier to consumer electronics, communications, automotive, medical and industrial sensing sectors. Through the new agreement, Mouser will distribute MEMSIC micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors to customers worldwide.
18th April 2017


Mass flow controller suits industrial applications

HORIBA STEC has announced the availability of a range of mass flow products designed specifically for and in response to demand from non-semiconductor industries & applications. The semiconductor industry places high demands on MFC manufacturers to produce products according to SEMI standards which provide users with the highest levels of performance when controlling high purity process gas.
13th April 2017

Enabling richer data for the applications of the future

Enabling richer data for the applications of the future
The combination of data from multiple sensor types can give electronic systems much richer and more accurate information about their environment, writes Martin Keenan, Technical Manager at Avnet Abacus.
13th April 2017

Redefining the notion of sensors

Redefining the notion of sensors
Sensors have long been a part of electronic systems in practically every industry. They are so fundamental to the operation of these countless systems that it is hard to imagine life without them. Janusz Bryzek, an executive from Fairchild Semiconductor, said that sensors could reach 1 trillion per year and become 15% of the global gross domestic product by 2024.
11th April 2017

Miniature TMR magnetic sensors feature low power consumption

Miniature TMR magnetic sensors feature low power consumption
  The RedRock series from Coto are TMR magnetic sensors and switches in a standard SOT-23 package. Featuring a tiny footprint, high sensitivity and low power consumption, this robust product line will fit into any design where space and power are critical.
11th April 2017

Cloud API simplifies orchestration of wireless sensor networks

Cloud API simplifies orchestration of wireless sensor networks
A best practice design solution for the simplified orchestration of wireless sensor networks was showcased by congatec at embedded world 2017. It is based on the new, application ready congatec Cloud API (Application Programming Interface) for IoT gateways that is capable of integrating any local sensor networks into any cloud solution.
10th April 2017

Tiny 3-axis accelerometer combines performance & value

Tiny 3-axis accelerometer combines performance & value
Kionix, a ROHM Group Company, announces the release of the KXTJ3, a new 3-axis accelerometer offering unprecedented value while providing the performance of much a more expensive accelerometer in a tiny, 2x2x0.9mm form factor. The KXTJ3 is a drop-in replacement for the KXTJ2, and offers improvements in a number of aspects, from better noise performance to extended range, to improve interrupt functionality.
7th April 2017

The first & only long-term stable metal-oxide gas sensor

The first & only long-term stable metal-oxide gas sensor
At this year’s Sensor+Test 2017 in Nuremberg (May 30 – June 1), Sensirion AG introduces the SGP - the first and only long-term stable metal-oxide gas sensor. The SGP gas sensor is based on Sensirion’s multi-pixel platform, which integrates four gas sensing elements into a very small 2.45 x 2.45 x 0.9 mm3 DFN package featuring a fully calibrated air quality output signal.
5th April 2017


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