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

See Also: Measurement, Detectors, Meters, Transducers

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  • Sensors for Contour Measurement

    Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG

    The CMS 700i 3D contour measurement system detects the length, width, height, deformations and position of any objects as they pass by, independent of their shape and surface. Even polybags are reliably detected. The complete system includes all components for operation and installation under one part number. In contrast, light section sensors record a height profile along a projected laser line. This allows objects to be detected with high resolution in multiple dimensions. The integrated functions range from presence control to edge measurement and 3D object measurement.

  • Hyperspectral Imaging Sensors

    Headwall Photonics, Inc.

    HYPERSPEC® sensors are line-scanning instruments (sometimes called pushbroom) that collect reflected light through an image slit. One row of spatial pixels is collected per frame as motion occurs, with each pixel containing full spectral data. Motion can be accomplished in two ways: either as an airborne deployment (UAV, aircraft, or satellite) or stationary (where motion is accomplished beneath the sensor, such as a food inspection line). A third option is also available where pan-and-tilt or rotary stages allow a fixed-location sensor to scan a stationary object (such as a piece of artwork, or a mine face for geological applications).

  • Thermopile Detectors and Sensors

    Excelitas Technologies Corp.

    Our Thermopile Detectors are typically Thermopiles with integrated Thermistor providing analog output in various packages. Special designs include built-in lenses or reflectors to enhance sensing performance, Isothermal constructions, or Dual narrow-band windows. Our latest Thermopile Sensors include specially designed electronic circuitry to provide calibration, digital output, and functionality. With the DigiPile, Excelitas offers a unique design for measurement applications. With its digital output, this device does not require any low noise amplification. The CaliPile family provides integrated features that enable measurement, as well as presence detection applications.

  • Light Section Sensors

    Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG

    Switching light section sensors are designed to perform scanning, two-dimensional object detection along a laser line. They are especially well suited for completeness monitoring or product monitoring in the case of multiple track transport. The short measurement time and the detection range from 200 to 800 mm enable an inspection of the content at a high throughput rate even with deep containers. The internal data processing offers programming and differentiation of 16 different object types, thereby conserving control capacity. Complex detection tasks can be solved with one sensor. The compact housing ensures high flexibility during installation and saves installation space.

  • Pressure Temperature Sensors

    Teledyne Marine Cormon

    The PT sensor has been designed to the highest industry standards to provide customers with dependable and accurate measurement of temperature (+/- 0.50C) and pressure (0.025% FSD) within a high integrity mechanical package. The sensor is available in both 10k and 15k psi configurations and incorporates true dual redundant sensors and electronics. Combined with the addition of a tertiary barrier between the process fluid and sea water, operators and users can be assured of high integrity data with a design life of >25 years. The unit offers operators flexible communications interfaces as standard covering CANbus (CiA443, SIIS Level 2), MODbus (RS485) or 4-20mA outputs.

  • CMOS Image Sensors


    ST’s sensors now address an increasing number of imaging applications in the automotive, security, gaming, medical and high-end traditional camera market. As a leading supplier in the wireless industry, ST is constantly innovating in all aspects of our product offer. Camera modules featuring extended depth of field (EDoF), where the consumer benefits from an enhanced imaging experience over a traditional fixed focus (FF) approach, was first industrialized by ST. Leveraging extensive system on chip (SOC) knowhow, a wide range of features can be integrated on the same silicon die as the pixel array including autofocus (AF) drivers and lens shading correction (LSC) algorithms, as well as innovative solutions, such as high dynamic range (HDR) technology, at an affordable cost.

  • *Pulse Characterization Sensors

    mks Ophir

    Pulse Characterization Sensors provide the ability to see and measure the temporal characteristics of pulsed and CW laser beams. Ophir Fast Photodiode Detectors are designed to convert optical signals into electrical signals which are then measured with third-party instrumentation such as oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers. Accessories are available to connect to IS6 integrating spheres or fiber optic cables. Attenuating filter accessories are also available to increase their dynamic range. Different models offer silicon, UV enhanced silicon and InGaAs PIN photodiodes, covering a combined spectral range of 193 nm to 1700 nm. Rise times range from 25 picoseconds to 3 nanoseconds. The fast rise times are achieved by an internal reverse bias voltage circuit. Power is supplied by internal batteries and/or an external power supply depending on the model. Detectors should be connected to a 50Ω impedance in order to maintain their nominal rise times. They can be connected to higher impedance loads, but this will result in a significant increase in the rise time. If higher output voltage is required, it is recommended to connect the detector to a trans-impedance amplifier with an Input impedance of 50Ω

  • Ceramic Pressure Sensors

    CPA 502 Series - All Sensors Corporation

    The CPA 502 Series features a ceramic pressure sensor with piezoresistive technology and flush diaphragm design. Product highlights include excellent chemical resistance and easy assembly into application specific packages. 7.5 to 750 PSI Gauge, Absolute. 1500 to 9000 PSI Sealed Gauge.

  • Condition Monitoring Sensors

    Erbessd Instruments, LLC

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  • Current Clamps and Sensors

    Chauvin Arnoux Metrix

    Are designed for measuring leakage current diverted towards the earth. It enables the fault to be located or anticipated without disconnecting the equipment linked. It is specially designed to detect low fault currentson power circuits.

  • Differential Magnetoresistive Sensors

    ChenYang Technologies GmbH & Co. KG

    *Sensing over wide rotation speed range*Robust metallic housing*Signal amplitude is speed independent*Biasing magnet built-in*Best suited for harsh environments

  • Fluid Property Sensors

    Measurement Specialties Inc.

    A fluid property sensor that will directly and simultaneously measure the viscosity, density, dielectric constant and temperature of fluids.

  • Gas Flow Sensors

    ESRF-HF Transmitter - ES Systems

    The ESRF-HF is a family of mass flow transmitters which enable fast and accurate measurements of gas flow over a wide dynamic range. Each transmitter integrates a MEMS flow sensor and readout electronics inside a housing with very small form factor made from stainless steel. The duty pressure of the flow transmitter is 11bar. All measurement data are fully calibrated, and temperature compensated on board, leading to a reduced temperature coefficient and high measurement accuracy.

  • Gas Sensors And Monitors

    Monicon - Quantitech Limited

    Founded in 1998, Monicon Technology specialises in the design, development and manufacture of gas detection equipment, including Atex approved instruments. With over 100,000 installed gas detection points Monicon has a reputation for quality and reliability.

  • GEO Instruments & Sensors

    Jewell Instruments LLC

    Jewell Instruments divides its Geo tiltmeters into eight different series based on model numbers.

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