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Introducing the next generation of intelligent cables

Introducing the next generation of intelligent cables
With the introduction of the CF.Q module, igus has further developed its smart plastics offering. The module checks and evaluates cable health in real time and recommends maintenance or replacement in good time. When used in combination with isense, new possibilities of digitalisation and networking to make maintenance easier and more efficient and thus save money.
20th July 2018

Easy to install HCME series comes in a compact design

Easy to install HCME series comes in a compact design
Supporting the trend towards miniaturisation, HARTING’s new HCME current sensor series can be directly mounted on busbars. This contributes to shorter installation and an easy pre-assembling of power electronics. Despite the limited space requirements – the dimensions of the devices are 6cm in height and 14cm wide – the HCME current sensors measure high currents up to 5500A with highly reliable precision. 
20th July 2018

Modules integrate ambient light sensor with infrared receiver

Modules integrate ambient light sensor with infrared receiver
A range of miniaturised sensor modules including a two-in-one ambient light sensor with infrared receiver is now offered by UK firm Selectronic. The modules are part of a key range of integrated sensors available from the Witney, Oxfordshire-based company which marks its 40th anniversary in 2019.
19th July 2018


Particulate matter sensor to be showcased at IoTE 2018

Particulate matter sensor to be showcased at IoTE 2018
Sensirion has announced the SPS30 – its long-term stable, high-accuracy particulate matter sensor. The SPS30 particulate matter (PM) sensor is the next technological breakthrough in optical PM sensors. Its measurement principle is based on laser scattering and makes use of Sensirion’s contamination-resistance technology. This technology, together with high-quality and long-lasting components, enables accurate measurements from its first operation and throughout its lifetime of more than eight years.
19th July 2018

Photoelectric all-rounder smart sensor designed to aid IoT

Photoelectric all-rounder smart sensor designed to aid IoT
The photoelectric all-rounder BOS 21M ADCAP sensor is latest release from Balluff. Generating, transporting and processing information are central tasks in the Industry 4.0 environment, and the basis for all the information is intelligent sensors which provide the required input. With this new BOS 21M ADCAP sensor, Balluff will be showing a newly developed optical multifunction sensor, the BOS 21M series.
17th July 2018

Planar-type hall-effect sensors suitable for mobile and IoT devices

Planar-type hall-effect sensors suitable for mobile and IoT devices
MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation has announced that it now offers planar-type Hall-effect sensors for foundry customers. The Hall-effect sensor has been adopted by the market for an increasing number of applications, such as smartphone cameras for the closed-loop auto focus feature and for the auto iris function.
16th July 2018

Sensor packs twice the signal density into a 7mm footprint

Sensor packs twice the signal density into a 7mm footprint
  A sensor terminal block from WAGO fits double the signal density into a smaller space on the DIN rail while reducing cabling requirements. Two signals can be connected to each 7mm wide TOPJOB S sensor terminal block, providing a 3.5mm signal density in a more robust housing.
16th July 2018

Sensor modules cover light, motion and temperature

Sensor modules cover light, motion and temperature
The AmbiMate sensor module MS4 series from TE Connectivity is in stock at Mouser Electronics. Incorporating four core sensors on a single printed circuit board (PCB) assembly, the modules enable easy integration in a variety of host products in building automation, lighting, and smart home applications.
13th July 2018

Equipment rentals helping companies to find investment capital

Equipment rentals helping companies to find investment capital
The current phase of the economic cycle, recovery from a slowdown, is always difficult and frustrating, as Mark Ingham of Sensor Technology identified: "Companies are seeing their markets improve, but don’t have the reserves to finance all the activities that will kickstart their sales. What money there is has to be used carefully, which usually means funding some projects but not others. As a result opportunities have to be missed.”
11th July 2018

High-density pyroelectric sensor covers long distances

High-density pyroelectric sensor covers long distances
A high-density, long-distance Panasonic pyroelectric sensor that complements and extends the EKMB and EKMC series of PIR Motion Sensors (PaPIRs) is available at TTI. It is ideal for use in all types of lighting control equipment, offices, high-bay motion sensors for warehouses, public and industrial buildings plus street lighting and security cameras.
11th July 2018


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