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Sensor prototyping kit suits IoT applications

The multi-sensor IoT prototyping kit Nordic Thingy:91 from Nordic Semiconductor is now available at Rutronik UK. Designed for IoT applications based on the nRF9160 SiP (System-in-Package), the new kit features the nRF52840 for short-range radio connection and a broad collection of sensors and interfaces, which makes it highly versatile and enables rapid prototyping and proof of concept.
16th October 2019

Active Stereo Vision system boosts 3D adoption

Active Stereo Vision system boosts 3D adoption
ams has introduced a new ASV technology product portfolio which enables manufacturers of consumer, computing and industrial products to implement face recognition and other 3D sensing applications more easily and at lower cost.
16th October 2019

Optical rotary torque sensors suitable for low torque

Optical rotary torque sensors suitable for low torque
Sensor Technology has set new benchmark performance standards for optical rotary torque transducers, with the launch of the digital ORT 230/240 series. These new optical rotary torque sensors are well suited for applications when the demand is for low torque and/or high bandwidth, providing precise, dynamic measurement of rotary and static torque of less than 100Nm and for bandwidths of up to 50kHz.
16th October 2019


Gesture control technology in Google Pixel 4 Smartphone

Gesture control technology in Google Pixel 4 Smartphone
Whether for artificial intelligence, augmented reality or the Internet of Things, five billion people worldwide will be using smart devices to sense their environment next year. Infineon Technologies has developed a 60GHz radar chip, which enables a new form of interaction between users and their devices. 
16th October 2019

Ultra-wide angle thermal MEMS sensor added to range

Ultra-wide angle thermal MEMS sensor added to range
Omron Electronic Components has added a wide angle 32 x 32 element version of its D6T MEMS Thermal Sensors, offering the widest field of view that Omron has ever delivered. The new Omron D6T-32L-01A can view across 90.0° by 90.0°, able to encompass a wide area such as a whole room from a single point. This high performance sensor offers contactless measurement of temperatures of 0-200ºC in ambient temperatures of -10-70ºC.
14th October 2019

Fully isotropic electro-magnetic sensor for smartphones

Fully isotropic electro-magnetic sensor for smartphones
PREMO has announced the 3DC14EMR-ULP series, a low profile 3D antenna coil. The majority of the 3D electromagnetic sensors available in the market have minimum heights of 3.2mm. The lowest profile 3D coil prior to the release of the ULP series was the PREMO 3DC06 series with a maximum height of 2.5mm. 
14th October 2019

Closed-loop current sensors achieve offset drift down to 3ppm/°C

Closed-loop current sensors achieve offset drift down to 3ppm/°C
The latest closed-loop Hall effect current sensors deliver the added performance of fluxgate sensors without the added cost.  LEM have recently launched six separate families of LxSR sensors called LXS, LXSR, LES, LESR, LKSR, LPSR.
11th October 2019

Environmental sensors aid air quality device with smart plug concept

Environmental sensors aid air quality device with smart plug concept
Sensirion has announced that bluSensor is using Sensirion’s environmental sensors in its innovative air quality device, bluSensor AIQ. bluSensor AIQ is the world’s first intelligent air quality measuring device with a smart plug concept. The small, flexible sensor can be operated with a power bank battery, via a USB socket in a smart home, via a notebook at work or even in a car or truck. It measures and stores over 5,000 different air quality values, everywhere and at any time. 
11th October 2019

Introducing the Sentrius BT510 sensor

Laird is introducing the latest in its line of IoT Sensors, the Sentrius BT510 Bluetooth 5 Multi-Sensor.
10th October 2019

Managing NOx gas emissions from combustion

Managing NOx gas emissions from combustion
Pollution can only be managed effectively if it is monitored effectively. So, as political pressure increases on measures to limit the emissions of the oxides of nitrogen, James Clements, Managing Director of UK analyser manufacturer Signal Group, explains the current issues and unveils the latest advances in monitoring technology.
9th October 2019


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