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Simplify energy monitoring with high-accuracy sensors

Simplify energy monitoring with high-accuracy sensors
LEM's ART Rogowski current sensor measures currents of up to 10000A AC and beyond. The ART achieves IEC 61869 Class 0.5 accuracy without the need for additional components which can drift over time. The ART benefits from 'Perfect Loop' technology, a patented coil clasp that eliminated the inaccuracy caused by sensitivity to the position of the conductor inside the loop, as well as providing an innovative, robust and fast 'Twist and Click' Closure.
13th November 2018

High accuracy 3-axis inclinometer with digital angle output

High accuracy 3-axis inclinometer with digital angle output
  Murata has announced a new 3-axis inclination sensor with a tilt angle output and digital SPI interface. The high performance SCL3300 series of devices will be used in a variety of demanding applications including levelling, tilt sensing, machine control and structural health monitoring.
13th November 2018

Modular speed and direction sensor kit at electronica

Modular speed and direction sensor kit at electronica
ZF Switches and Sensors have developed a very efficient modular approach to speed and direction sensing. The hall-effect sensor’s modular design allows customers to pre-select key sensor criteria including shaft length and output interface. Supplied with a plastic housing and mounting flange all standard parts meet the requirements of IP67, and notably IP69 for harsh environmental conditions with ingress protection at depths of 20-60mm.
12th November 2018


Medical electronics: Healthier with sensors

Medical electronics: Healthier with sensors
From quantum sensors to sensor pills that you swallow to soft sensors that can be printed on gummy bears: new sensor technologies will improve medical care. Sensors are now an integral part of modern medicine. They are used to monitor bodily functions as well as in diagnostics and treatment. They record bioacoustic signals, such as heart and lung sounds, biothermal signals like body temperature, and biochemical, bioelectrical, biomagnetic, biomechanical, and biooptical signals. 
9th November 2018

CMOS image sensor features low noise charge domain

CMOS image sensor features low noise charge domain
  Gpixel has announced the release of GMAX3265, a high resolution (65MP) image sensor featured with the latest low noise 3.2µm charge domain global shutter pixel architecture.
9th November 2018

mmWave technology unlocked through 60GHz sensor portfolio

mmWave technology unlocked through 60GHz sensor portfolio
  To advance millimetre-wave (mmWave) sensor technology in worldwide industrial applications, Texas Instruments (TI) has announced its 60GHz sensor portfolio, the highest resolution single-chip, complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS), for industrial systems.
9th November 2018

Encoder output choices for best performance and signal integrity

Encoder output choices for best performance and signal integrity
Motion control applications typically require one or more position encoders. Several types are available and the engineer must first decide whether an incremental, absolute, or commutation encoder is most appropriate. After this decision has been made, other selection criteria include resolution and mechanical aspects, such as the mounting pattern and motor shaft size.  By Jason Kelly, Motion Control Design and Applications Engineer, CUI
8th November 2018

Low-power flood/freeze detector reference design

Low-power flood/freeze detector reference design
This reference design uses Texas Instruments low-power consumption digital dual temperature and humidity sensors and the SimpleLink ultra-low power Sub-1 GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform to demonstrate a flood and freeze detector with extremely long battery life and no wiring required.
8th November 2018

CO2 sensors ensure long-term stability

CO2 sensors ensure long-term stability
The IMG-CB Series of accurate, highly stable CO2 sensors aimed at gas detection applications in the agricultural and building energy management system (BEMS) markets, has been introduced by Murata. Murata’s high performance CO2 sensors are based on non-dispersive infrared sensor (NDIR) technology, which is now the most popular type of sensor technology used in CO2 measurement.
8th November 2018

Future technologies and the impact on mobile work forces

Future technologies and the impact on mobile work forces
When asked to rate the importance of technology trends for use by their mobile workforce, buyers rated Big Data (52%) the most important, closely followed by IoT (51%) and sensor technologies (41%), including atmosphere, temperature and biological sensors. The main drivers for the technologies were improved business efficiency and productivity.
8th November 2018


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