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detect a physical event then translate to a representative analog signal.

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  • Signal Conditioning

    Acces I/O Products, Inc.

    Sensors that are used to collect the data from the environment often don’t produce signal of characteristics optimal for an analog to digital converter (ADC) to translate to digital data. Additionally, these signals can be subject to electromagnetic interference (EMI) that introduces noise, having a negative impact on the reliability of the data. To make this analog input readable for the processing unit and dependable enough to give the desired quality of data the signal has to undergo a process of signal conditioning.

  • Signature Compression Only Load Button Load Cells

    SLB SERIES - Transducer Techniques, Inc

    The SLB Series Subminiature load cells (Load Buttons) are offered for compression only applications where space is limited. The matching surface must be flat for ultimate accuracy. The loading diameter is slightly convex for accurate load distribution. These sensors are manufactured from heat treated 17-4ph stainless steel, and the sensing element incorporates bonded foil strain gages of the highest quality. They are sealed for protection against most industrial environments.

  • Temperature Data Logger

    Ajinkya Electronic Systems

    The temperature recording in a process is the most common and widely required application in any process. The commonly used temperature sensors are RTD Pt100 / Pt1000/ Cu53 / Thermistors and different kinds of Thermocouple. In order to avoid electromagnetic interference, the temperature signal is converted to 4-20mA and is carried to the logger. Our range of Temperature Data Logger includes Temperature Humidity Logger, RTD Data Logger, Thermocouple Data Logger and Flameproof Data Loggers.

  • Triple-Axis Gyro Breakout Board

    L3GD20H - Adafruit

    A gyroscope is a type of sensor that can sense twisting and turning motions. Often paired with an accelerometer, you can use these to do 3D motion capture and inertial measurement (that is - you can tell how an object is moving!) As these sensors become more popular and easier to manufacture, the prices for them have dropped to the point where you can easily afford a triple-axis gyro! Only a decade ago, this space-tech sensor would have been hundreds of dollars.

  • Web Sensor with PoE

    T3610 - COMET SYSTEM, s.r.o.

    PoE Web Sensor with built-in relative humidity and temperature sensors. High precision capacitive polymer sensor ensures excellent long term calibration stability and ultimate accuracy. Dual line LCD is an advantage. Power over Ethernet feature according IEEE 802.3af is supported. Measured values are also converted to other humidity interpretation: dew point temperature, absolute humidity, specific humidity, mixing ratio and specific enthalpy.

  • Grid-EYE® Unit Infrared Array Sensor

    Panasonic Industrial Devices Sales Company of America

    Panasonic is pleased to announce the availability of the Panasonic Grid-EYE® Infrared Array Sensor Unit. The Grid-EYE Unit combines four Grid-EYE Infrared Array Sensors to increase the detection area up to 3.8m squared. The Grid-EYE Unit comes preloaded with firmware capable of detection and counting up to 8 people within this area and while they are in this area it can track their direction of movement.  The Sensor transmits this information via RS485 using Modbus protocol.

  • Pressure Insensitive Mass Flow Controller

    SEC-Z700X Series - HORIBA, Ltd.

    The SEC-Z700X Series is equipped with reliable thermal sensors and a pressure insensitive function for stable flow rate control. The on-board pressure measurement reduces the cost, size and complexity of gas delivery systems.

  • 16-Channel VME RTD/Resistance Input Module

    V410 - Highland Technology, Inc.

    The V410 is a 6U VME module that provides sixteen independent analog inputs that may be used to read RTDs, thermistors, and other similar resistive sensors. It can also read cryogenic diodes. Users may set input range and adjust other settings at VMEbus speed, and depending on the range selected the microprocessor will do the necessary calculations and output voltage, resistance, or temperature. Temperature conversion is available for 100Ω and 1000Ω, series 385 and 392, platinum RTDs.

  • 24 TTL Channels, Enhanced, Programmable I/O

    TL2 - North Atlantic Industries

    Function module TL2 provides 24 channels of TTL/CMOS transceiver functionality as either inputs or outputs. The transistor-transistor logic (TTL) employs transmitters with multiple emitters in gates having more than one input. TTL offers high switching speed and relative immunity to noisy systems. CMOS sensors provide image sensing technology by converting light waves into signals that are small bursts of current. These waves can be light or other electromagnetic radiation.

  • 24 TTL Channels, Programmable I/O

    TL1 - North Atlantic Industries

    Function module TL1 provides 24 channels of TTL/CMOS transceiver functionality as either inputs or outputs. The transistor-transistor logic (TTL) employs transmitters with multiple emitters in gates having more than one input. TTL offers high switching speed and relative immunity to noisy systems. CMOS sensors provide image sensing technology by converting light waves into signals that are small bursts of current. These waves can be light or other electromagnetic radiation.

  • 32-Channel, 25 MHz, 100 MB/s PXI Digital I/O Module

    PXIe-6536 / 779988-01 - NI

    32-Channel, 25 MHz, 100 MB/s PXI Digital I/O Module—The PXIe‑6536 can continuously stream data over the PXI Express bus. It's an ideal solution for interfacing and testing image sensors or display panels. The module is also well-suited for other common digital applications such as pattern I/O, change detection, protocol emulation, or other custom digital interfacing. It features selectable voltage levels and per-channel directional control of the digital lines.

  • 32-Channel, 50 MHz, 200 MB/s PXI Digital I/O Module

    PXIe-6537 / 779989-01 - NI

    32-Channel, 50 MHz, 200 MB/s PXI Digital I/O Module—The PXIe‑6537 can continuously stream data over the PXI Express bus. It's an ideal solution for interfacing and testing image sensors or display panels. The module is also well-suited for other common digital applications such as pattern I/O, change detection, protocol emulation, or other custom digital interfacing. It features selectable voltage levels and per-channel directional control of the digital lines.

  • 3-Channel PXI Function Generator

    41-620A-003 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 41-620A is a compact 3-channel function generator provided in a PXI 3U single-slot module and is fully backward compatible with our 41-620-003 module. It is capable of generating sine waves to 10MHz with 48-bit frequency resolution referenced to the 10MHz PXI clock or to an external standard. This module can generate arbitrary waveforms loaded into the internal 256k memory, allowing the function generator to emulate many waveform types, including the typical waveforms of automotive and aerospace sensors.

  • 5-in-1 Moisture Meter with METERLiNK®

    FLIR MR77 - Teledyne FLIR

    The FLIR MR77 has everything you need for moisture remediation or HVAC: a pinless moisture sensor and pin probe, a temperature and relative humidity sensor, and an IR thermometer. The meter includes Bluetooth® for remote viewing and sharing, as well as METERLiNK® technology to wirelessly embed readings into radiometric infrared images on compatible FLIR thermal cameras. Made with field-replaceable sensors, the MR77 is engineered to help you get more done in less time.

  • Angular Orientation Sensor

    WOS-120 - Wuntronic GmbH

    The Miniature Angular Orientation Sensor system Model WOS-120 contains both a 3-axis fluxgate magnetometer and a 3-axis accelerometer. These sensors are sampled by an internal A to D converter and microprocessor subsystem which outputs 16 bit digital data representing the magnetometer and accelerometer readings. The system can also be configured to transmit the roll, pitch and azimuth orientation angles of the Model WOS-120 system. These angles are calculated before transmission from the accelerometer and magnetometer sensor output data.

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