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Highly accurate, 8-channel temperature sensor reduces board area

Highly accurate, 8-channel temperature sensor reduces board area
Maxim introduced the MAX6581, a ±1 degree Celsius accurate, 8-channel temperature sensor. It has seven remote sensing channels to monitor ASICs, FPGAs, CPUs, and boards with multiple hot spots. Each remote channel includes series resistance cancellation and beta compensation for best accuracy. Because the MAX6581 contains eight channels of temperature sensing, but requires only a single I2C address for these eight channels, it reduces board area and overall system cost.
16th September 2010

High-Speed Digitizer for Distributed Temperature Sensing

Temperature detection is vital for its added security value in applications such as subway/metro tunnels, mining, warehouse, and oil & gas facilities. The traditional method of measure temperature is to deploy measurement devices at specific locations. This is not practical when the area to measure spans several miles. Distributed temperature sensing (DTS) is a technology based on optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) technologies. DTS systems can measure temperature profiles along optical fibers with lengths of up to 37 miles and obtain thousands of accurate temperature measurements.
14th September 2010

New piezoresistive pressure sensors from PEWATRON

New piezoresistive pressure sensors from PEWATRON
The PHPSD series are piezoresistive pressure sensors with a measuring range of 0...10 mbar up to 7 bar. These sensors are available with or without temperature compensation and amplifi er, as well as with a choice of either digital or analogue output signal in each case.
31st August 2010


Penny + Giles’ extends output options on rugged single/dual output rotary position sensors

Penny + Giles’ extends output options on rugged single/dual output rotary position sensors
Penny + Giles, a business group of Curtiss-Wright Controls and a designer and manufacturer of position sensors, solenoids, and manual controllers has expanded the output options of the company’s rugged SRH501P and SRH502P contactless rotary position sensors. The newly announced analog voltage output options make these sensors ideal for use in Factory Automated systems and Process Control machinery.
31st August 2010

Wide range of RDP transducers on show at Sensing Technology

Wide range of RDP transducers on show at Sensing Technology
Transducer solutions specialists RDP Electronics Ltd will be showing the latest developments in sensor technology on stand C22 at the Sensing Technology show.
18th August 2010

New micromachined angular rate sensor

New micromachined angular rate sensor
Inertial Aerosystems have introduced a new high performance micromachined angular rate sensor primarily for demanding military applications. Designated the QRS116, it is manufactured by U.S. based Systron Donner Inertial (SDI). It offers improved noise, faster start up and unprecedented angular random walk and in run bias stability.
29th July 2010

MassaSonic M-320 Programmable Ultrasonic Sensors

MassaSonic M-320 Programmable Ultrasonic Sensors
Sensing and instrumentation specialists Vydas International Marketing has released the new rugged MassaSonic M-320 series RoHS compliant ultrasonic sensors. The new M-320 smart ultrasonic sensor compliments the successful M-300 series which is already established in world wide markets.
21st July 2010

IST’s New Micro Flow Sensor for Ultra Low Gas-Flow Applications

IST’s New Micro Flow Sensor for Ultra Low Gas-Flow Applications
Innovative Sensor Technology has developed a new MFS02 micro flow sensor that utilizes thin film technology to layer platinum micro heaters and temperature sensors on an ultra sensitive polymer membrane. The MFS02 is capable of measuring the thermal mass flow of gases in a range from 0.001 to 2m/s (up to 50m/s), and has a chip temperature range of -40 to +150°C.
12th July 2010

NStainless Steel LS02 Liquid Level Sensors Tackle More Applications!

NStainless Steel LS02 Liquid Level Sensors Tackle More Applications!
The LS02 stainless steel version is a compact liquid level sensor series designed in a robust stainless steel package featuring high temperature resistance up to 120°C as well as high pressure and chemical resistance.
5th July 2010

Freescale unveils Xtrinsic sensing portfolio

Freescale Semiconductor is introducing its Xtrinsic sensing solutions – products designed with the right combination of high performance sensing capability, processing capacity, and customizable software to help deliver smart, differentiated sensing applications. Freescale’s Xtrinsic sensing solutions have built-in intelligence and make complex calculations and decisions within the context of their environments. This offloads the host processor of these extensive processing requirements, enabling design innovation and more efficient systems.
22nd June 2010


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