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  • OEM Differential Pressure Switch

    MDS - Dwyer Instruments Inc.

    The Series MDS Pressure Switch is designed with a double diaphragm to protect false actuation due to shock and vibration. This low cost pressure switch has a minimum 20 million cycle life expectancy, and an extremely fast response time, making this an ideal device for OEM orders

  • Scalable 16-Bit Data Acquisition

    DAP 5016a - Microstar Laboratories, Inc.

    When your application needs Pentium-powered, real-time processing and 16-bit sampling under Windows, choose the DAP 5016a. Even at maximum sampling rates, the combination of a fast processor with low latency allows computation in real time between samples – and on-time response for control applications.

  • SCL-TM-10K Thermistor

    Snake Creek Lasers LLC

    The Snake Creek Lasers SCL-TM-10K thermistor has a small sensor size, which provides a fast response time. This thermistor has a 10 kΩ resistance @ 25ºC, and provides a usable temperature range of -8ºC to + 50ºC using a 100 µA reference current.

  • Programmable Linear Dc Power Supply

    DP700 Series - Rigol Technologies Inc.

    DP700 is a basic power supply product designed for users with lower cost and smaller size and high reliability. It has low ripple noise, fast transient response, excellent power supply and load regulation rate, powerful timing output function and complete protection function.

  • Performance Testing Tools from LoadView


    Establish response time baselines under specific user load numbersIdentify performance bottlenecks as the number of simultaneous users increasesFind upper limits of current systems to plan for future capacity (Capacity Planning)Stress your production environment to see how and when things fail

  • Laser Pyroelectric Energy Sensors

    Ophir Photonics

    Pyroelectric sensors for measuring repetitively pulsed energy at up to 25 kHz. These sensors use a pyroelectric crystal that generates an electric charge proportional to the heat absorbed. The response time of the pyroelectric sensor depends on the time it takes for the heat to enter the crystal and heat it up. For metallic type pyro detectors, this time is tens of μs and thus the metallic type can run at a high repetition rate. For the BF and BB type, the response time is milliseconds with a correspondingly lower repetition rate. Ophir pyroelectric detectors have unique and proprietary circuitry that allow them to measure long pulses as well as short pulses and work at a high duty cycle, i.e. where the pulse width is as much as 30% of the total cycle time.

  • Portable optical DO meter

    ARO-PR - JFE Advantech Co., Ltd.

    The Portable optical DO meter makes use of the fast-response optical DO sensor RINKO, maintaining its high-speed response performance (99% response < 7sec). The meter probe is equipped with a temperature sensor close to the sensing foil, and the measurements are made by simply inserting the probe into a DO sample bottle (the calibration is carried out using the National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ) certified traceable gases standards). Differently from galvanic electrode sensors, the instrument does not require water sample stirring or fixing reagents, since there is no oxygen consumption. Thus, the required time to estimate dissolved oxygen is considerably reduced. The display unit shows the output instantaneously, and you can check the measured values in real time.

  • Pyranometers

    Apogee Instruments, Inc.

    Apogee now offers two types of pyranometers, our original silicon-cell models and our new line of thermopile pyranometers. Our silicon-cell models are excellent for applications that do not require the higher accuracy and cost of a thermopile pyranometer. They are less expensive and have a faster response time, but have higher errors under cloudy conditions. Our new line of cost-effective thermopile pyranometers are not officially ISO classified, but feature a blackbody thermopile detector that provides a much broader and more uniform spectral response for better performance in all atmospheric conditions and that compares favorably to other thermopile pyranometers for a fraction of the cost. Applications include shortwave radiation measurement in agricultural, ecological, and hydrological weather networks.

  • Force Balance

    Columbia Research Laboratories

    The force balance accelerometer has a classical critically-damped, second-order frequency response. There is no peaking in the response but simply a smooth roll-off above the natural frequency. This property along with the excellent characteristics of the "HP" torquer design makes Columbia accelerometers the best choice for demanding applications where precise DC and near-DC measurements are needed in demanding shock and wide band vibration environments. Columbia force balance accelerometers are available to cover virtually all applications. Low noise, high output units can be used for seismic structure motion studies while miniature, high range versions are optimum for measuring more violent high G environments encountered in many industrial, aircraft and missile applications.

  • ICP Array Microphones

    130E22 - PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    Nominal Microphone Diameter 1/4" Frequency Response: Characteristic (at 0 incidence)Free-FieldFrequency Response (2 dB) 20 to 10000 Hz 20 to 10000 Hz Frequency Response (5 dB) 20 to 20000 Hz 20 to 20000 Hz Phase Match (100 Hz to 5 kHz) 5 Sensitivity (@ 250 Hz) 45 mV/Pa Sensitivity (3 dB) (@ 250 Hz)-26.9 dB re 1 V/PaInherent Noise (A Weighted) <30 dBDynamic Range (3% Distortion Limit)>122 dB>122 dB TEDS CompliantTemperature Range (Operating)+14 to +122 F-10 to +50 C Temperature Effect on Output (-10 to +50 C)<0.7 dB<0.7 dB[3] ElectricalExcitation Voltage 18 to 30 VDC18 to 30 VDC Constant Current Excitation2 to 20 mA2 to 20 mA Output Bias Voltage: 5.5 to 14 VDC5.5 to 14 VDC Output Impedance: <150 Ohm PhysicalHousing Material: Stainless SteelStainless Steel Electrical Connector (Output)SMB coaxial socketSMB coaxial socket ize - Diameter (overall)0.28 in7.0 mm

  • 2-50 GHz Distributed Amplifier

    HMMC-5025 - Keysight Technologies

    The HMMC-5025 is a GaAs MMIC amplifier that was designed as a generic wide band distributed amplifier. Typical applications of the HMMC-5025 include communication systems, microwave instrumentation, and optical systems which require a flat gain response and excellent port matches over the 2 to 50 GHz frequency range.

  • Comparators for Space & Harsh Environment

    Renesas Electronics Corp.

    Renesas' MIL-STD-883-compliant monolithic, quad, precision comparator is qualified to QML Class Q military standards and offers fast response time, low offset voltage, low offset current and virtually no channel-to-channel crosstalk for applications requiring accurate, high-speed, signal level detection.

  • CXA Signal Analyzer, Multi-touch, 9 kHz to 26.5 GHz

    N9000B - Keysight Technologies

    Master the essentials in signal characterization with the leading low-cost tool in signal analysisPerform cost-effective stimulus response measurements with the optional built-in tracking generatorAdd crucial functionality with X-Series measurement applicationsEnhance theory with practical skills when used with a training kit in your RF & microwave education lab

  • Driveline Test Systems

    HORIBA, Ltd.

    Testing available components and subassemblies with simulated inputs and/or responses will assist the end user in reducing design time. Performing multiple "what-if" situations can provide further feedback to product development teams and allows for application data beyond material testing as it can simulate real world environments.

  • Dynamic Signal Analyzers

    DT9837 Series - Measurement Computing Corporation

    The DT9837 Series of USB dynamic signal analyzers provide highly accurate measurements for portable sound, vibration, and force response measurements. Features include an A/D per channel, up to one analog output, up to one tachometer, and IEPE signal conditioning for direct sensor measurements.