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

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  • Test Pattern Generator Delay & AV Sync Analyzer

    VQDM-100 - VideoQ Inc

    Versatile compact and robust multi-purpose tool for R&D and glass-to-glass QA/QC Instant visual-aural quality estimation plus automatic latency, AV sync and 3D LR sync measurement Multi-channel time-line analysis, including video frames continuity testing 4 Light Sensors with vacuum caps, 4 Audio inputs (standard line levels) 2 channels of AV timing analysis, simultaneous measurements of Video and Audio Latencies Real time multi-channel data acquisition via USB port Unique sophisticated set of static and dynamic test patterns up to 1080p@60fps - see more details in separate VQL page Source of VQDM, VQMA2, and VQMA3 Test Patterns for VideoQ Analyzers Multi-format digital and analog AV outputs: HDMI, YPrPb, S-video, SPDIF, LR analog audio Networkable unit, easy expansion with any external USB storage device: live clips, user content, etc.

  • VIS-NIR Cameras

    Inframet

    Surveillance cameras based on CCD/CMOS/ ICCD/ EMCCD/EBAPS imaging sensors sensitive in visible and near infrared range are widely used in many long range surveillance applications as independent imagers or as part of a bigger multi-sensor surveillance systems. Majority of VIS-NIR cameras are used for day level applications but an increasing number of these cameras is used to enable surveillance in both night and day conditions. In both cases it is important to verify performance of these cameras under varying illumination conditions from very dark nights to ultra bright days. Important missions can fail due to too low sensitivity of VIS-NIR cameras at night conditions (dark, noisy images) or due to too low dynamic at ultra bright day conditions (saturated, blurred images). Next, it is important to use VIS-NIR cameras that generate high quality images in order to achieve maximal effective surveillance ranges.

  • Acceleration Pickup Calibrator

    VX-1100A - Ono Sokki

    VX-1100 is for a piezoelectric type accelerometer which is widely used for measuring vibration. This compact calibrator is effective for checking operation(sensitivity) sensors before measurement to acquire accurate data.Built-in sensor amplifier and display in one unit allows direct reading of the sensitivity. This calibrator excites the sensor at a frequency of 159 Hz and acceleration of 10 m/s2 rms, and the sensor outputs can be used as calibration signals for a vibration measuring system.

  • NI Vehicle Radar Test System

    NI

    VRTS provides automated radar measurement and obstacle simulation capabilities for 76 to 81 GHz automotive radar systems. With VRTS, you can perform precision RF measurements and simulate a wide range of test scenarios for radar hardware and software subsystems, including sensors, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), and embedded software. Use VRTS for all phases, from design to manufacturing, of ADAS and radar system test.

  • 10 MHz to 6 GHz USB Peak and Average Power Sensor

    U2042XA - Keysight Technologies

    Accurately measure any modulated signal with the Keysight Technologies, Inc. U2040 X-Series wide dynamic range power sensors. The USB connectivity models come with world's widest dynamic range, covering -70 to +26 dBm. This sensor offers very accurate and repeatable power measurements for any modulated signal and comes with super-fast measurement speed of 50,000 readings/sec, which enables higher manufacturing throughput. Users can also save time and reduce measurement uncertainty with the internal zero and calibration function. The U2040 X-Series is supported by the Keysight BenchVue software. BenchVue makes it easy to control your power meter to log data and visualize measurements in a wide array of display options without any programming. Simply connect the sensor to your PC installed BenchVue BV0007B Power Meter/Sensor Control and Analysis app to perform complex pulse analysis and standard average power measurement.

  • 2-Channel Front End

    BEQ II.1 - HEAD acoustics GmbH

    *Binaural, digital equalizer with 24 bit technology and USB interface.*The digital equalizer BEQ II.1 combines the characteristics of an equalizer, a two-channel front end and an A/D converter into one mobile and very versatile measurement tool.*Binaural, aurally-accurate recordings can be conducted easily with BEQ II. The AES/EBU interface allows a quick and easy expansion into a four-channel system, e.g. with the HMS III or HMS IV. Via the ADAT interface, up to four BEQ II units can be connected, allowing for eight-channel recordings.*Integrated signal conditioning allows common measurement sensors (Microphone, Line, ICP�) to be directly connected to the front end. In addition, separate pulse inputs are available e.g. for RPM data acquisition.*Thanks to the high-performance built-in battery - external DC power supply is also possible - and its low weight, BEQ II.1 is the ideal tool for either mobile or stationary operation.

  • Area Scan Cameras

    ace Series - Basler Vision Components AG

    Enjoy a new class of digital cameras that will help you to be even more successful and efficient at what you do. High quality and performance levels combined with a low starting list price of only 199 and a small 29 mm x 29 mm housing make Basler ace cameras one of the world''''s best-selling cameras with thousands of satisfied customers. It is available with several resolutions and speeds and with sensors from all leading manufacturers so that you can easily find the right ace camera model for your application. Choose from the most popular and standard proven data interfaces in the vision market: With the ace Gigabit Ethernet models, you benefit from our GigE market leadership, easy multi-camera setups and 100-meter cable length. Camera Link is the interface for high image data transfer. And with USB 3.0 there is an interface technology which is easy to use and real-time capable.

  • Digital Module For Remote I/O

    NI

    Digital Modules for Remote I/O provide 24 V digital inputs or outputs and offer 1‐, 2‐, 3‐, and 4‐wire spring terminal connection options. You can use inputs as counters or standard digital inputs, and you can adjust filter time to improve measurement quality. Inputs can include a built‐in power supply for sensors. Output modules feature circuit and overload protection and can drive up to 500 mA per channel, up to 8 A per module.A remote I/O system consists of an EtherCAT bus coupler and individual modules mounted on a DIN rail. You control the Digital Module for Remote I/O from a NI real‐time controller. You can use remote I/O hardware to add low‐cost I/O for simple tasks while your controller handles advanced tasks such as image processing, motion control, and high‐speed or specialty measurements.

  • Dual Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer

    OS768-LS - Omega Engineering, Inc

    OMEGA's OS768-LS is the ultimate tool for temperature measurement. Accurately verify surface temperatures with two of the most reliable temperature sensors:* Non-contact micro-machined thermopile* Type K thermocouple input (free T/C included)Such an arrangement can fulfill most temperature measurement requirements. The non-contact infrared measurement is ideal for non-reachable situations, due to safety or sanitary reasonsinstant readings, safely and reliably. Or use the thermocouple for high precision measurement of contact surfaces, gases, and liquids. The OS768-LS can also help measure emissivity, which is often difficult for a user to determine. Use the Type K thermocouple contact to measure the true temperature. Then, use the non-contact infrared to get the surface temperature. Adjust the emissivity until they are the same, with the option to use the same emissivity setting for that object next time. No more guess work, no more looking up on Emissivity Table. This unit also comes with an ultra-long battery life (batteries are included).

  • Infrared Thermometer

    DITH 120 - Desco

    Infrared Thermometer is also known as laser thermometerInfrared thermometer is a thermometer which infers temperature from a portion of the thermal radiation sometimes called blackbody radiation emitted by the object being measured.Laser is used to help aim the thermometer or non-contact thermometers or temperature guns, to describe the device's ability to measure temperature from a distance. By knowing the amount of infrared energy emitted by the object and its emissivity, the object's temperature can often be determined. Infrared thermometers are a subset of devices known as "thermal radiation thermometers".The design essentially consists of a lens to focus the infrared thermal radiation on to a detector, which converts the radiant power to an electrical signal that can be displayed in units of temperature after being compensated for ambient temperature. This permits temperature measurement from a distance without contact with the object to be measured. A non-contact infrared thermometer is useful for measuring temperature under circumstances where thermocouples or other probe-type sensors cannot be used or do not produce accurate data for a variety of reasons.

  • Magnetoresistive Milligauss Meter

    MR3 - Alpha Lab, Inc.

    The MR3 Magnetoresistive Milligauss Meter measures and displays the three vectorcomponents (X, Y, Z) as well as the magnitude (M) of the static magnetic field. Update is two times per second. The three sensors are in a 25 mm (1") cube at the end of a flexible 100 cm (40") cable. It can be powered by 4 AA batteries (included) or a Worldwide AC adaptor (included). It can collect and store data (X, Y, Z and M) for later download or stream data live via USB connector. Both the instantaneous values of X, Y, Z and M, and their peak values, are displayed on the meter screen. "Peak" values are the highest values seen since the peak reset button was pressed. Maximum error of sensitivity is +/- 0.5 % of the reading, and the maximum error of the offset is +/- 0.50 milligauss. Range is +/- 1999.99 milligauss with resolution 0.01 milligauss (or 1 nT) over the full range, displayed simultaneously for X, Y, Z and M.

  • MHLS - Matesy Hall Line Sensor | Magnet measurement system

    MHLS - Matesy GmbH

    Thanks to its compact and robust design, MHLS can be used extremely flexibly. Especially in the course of the energy and mobility transition, the development of ever more efficient electric motors, in areas such as automobile construction or wind energy, plays an ever-increasing role, where maximum accuracy and quality of the magnetic components used are important.This is exactly where the MHLS sensor comes in and shows its strengths through flexibility, speed and precision. Across all branches of industry, inline testing and development systems for quality control can now be equipped with the MHLS to ensure the best possible real-time control of magnetic components during the production process.Thanks to data transmission via an industrial bus, integration into existing systems is very easy. The MHLS is available in 4 sizes in stages 80, 160, 240, 320 and with a standard measuring range of ± 800mT. If required, the sensors can be configured for measuring ranges from ± 100mT up to ± 2T and thus cover almost all conceivable applications.es here.

  • Non Contact Torque Transducers

    RS425 - Datum Electronics

    The Datum Electronics Series RS425 non-contact rotary torque transducers have been designed to fit easily in line with any drivetrain or test bed using either a spline or keyway shaft. We are able to modify the ends of the transducer to best suit your requirements, and can even design bespoke ends to fit. This type of transducer has many advantages over other torque systems including: zero bearing friction, high speed and high torque applications. The RS425 torque transducer utilises a strain gauged shaft for accurate and reliable torque measurement and a set of rotating on shaft conditioning electronics, the digital signals are transmitted to the non-rotating part of the system or stator providing a reliable and highly accurate torque measurement solution. The rotor is continuously powered enabling static torque measurement to be made. Not only does the RS425 Series offer great technical advantages but the range of torque sensors are competitively priced.

  • Robotic Mobile Internet of Things (IoT) Platform

    Guardian S - Sarcos Robotics

    arcos Robotics, unveils Guardian S robotic mobile Internet of Things (IoT) platform, aimed to improve worker safety and enhance efficiency. It is a first-of-its-kind, cloud-connected mobile IoT platform that provides inspection and surveillance capabilities in challenging environments. Delivering extended run times and long-range wireless operations, while remaining man-portable and cost-effective, Guardian S integrates the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform and the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite, and leverages Windows 10 for the tablet controller. The cloud computing platform enables customers to collect, store and analyze sensor data in environments or for applications where it is not feasible to deploy fixed sensors. Purpose-Built System to Augment Humans, Not Replace Them. Weighing 13.5 pounds, the Guardian S tele-operates and reliably traverses challenging terrain including stairs, culverts, pipes, tanks, vertical ferromagnetic surfaces and confined spaces, while facilitating two-way real-time video, voice, and data communication.

  • Security/Detection

    Dexter Research Center, Inc.

    If your design challenge is to create the best motion sensor or motion detector - fire sensor or fire detector, smoke sensor or smoke detector - you've come to the right company.  Dexter's sensor technologies are at multiple fronts today, reducing the threat of combat on land, sea and air.  Yet the industry leading advantages of Dexter sensors - low cost, high sensitivity, low energy consumption and long life - make them the perfect motion sensor for home, office and facility applications. Dexter thin-film and silicon detectors can target precise threats, whether defined by movement, temperature or body mass.  Intensive MIL-STD-883H testing performed by Trialon Corporation, an independent testing facility, confirm that Dexter Research's silicon-based temperature sensor detectors meet the same rugged requirements of 1,000G's for mechanical shock and 30G's in random vibration for which our thin-film detectors are famous.  Download Dexter's report here (PDF).

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