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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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  • Eddy-Current Sensors

    Lion Precision

    Eddy-Current sensors are noncontact devices capable of high-resolution measurement of the position and/or change of position of any conductive target. Eddy-Current sensors are also called inductive sensors, but generally "eddy current" refers to precision displacement instruments (or nondestructive testing probes) and "inductive" refers to inexpensive proximity switches. High resolution and tolerance of dirty environments make eddy-current sensors indispensable in today's modern industrial operations.

  • Analog Sensors

    Solar Light Company Inc.

    Solar Light’s NIST-Traceable PMA-Series Analog Sensors represent the pinnacle of accuracy, durability, and selection on the market today. Our sensors measure discrete bands of the electromagnetic spectrum from the UVA, UVB, UVA+B, UVC, Visible Light, and Infrared regions. Both narrow and broad bands are available, to fit any application, including germicidal applications, environmental probes, and sensors for biologically weighted spectra (such as the erythema and CIE action spectra.) Over 135 different sensors are available in a variety of packages to fit any environment, from indoor clean rooms to harsh locations outdoors to 100 meters under water. Please note that Solar Light offers both Digital Sensors and Analog Sensors in the PMA-Series lineup. Select these Analog Sensors if you don’t need a digital display output of the reading, if you will be connecting to your own datalogger, or if you plan to use a voltage source to provide excitation voltage to the sensor and a digital volt or amp meter to read and convert the results. Analog Sensors are typically used as process sensors that are permanently installed to provide ongoing information. Typical current draw is under 1mA. (By contrast, Digital models are typically used as discrete sensors that are portable and located to provide short term information.)

  • Speed Sensors

    TE Connectivity Ltd.

    TE Connectivity (TE) manufactures standard and custom speed sensors for various industries. The JAQUET brand of speed sensors specializes in speed measurement by providing sensors and complete systems solutions for applications in demanding and harsh conditions. JAQUET speed sensors can be delivered in flexible quantities, from over a million to hundreds. These mostly customer specific solutions based on solid technology platforms add value through being matched to individual applications.

  • Ultrasonic Sensors

    TE Connectivity Ltd.

    TE offers a wide range of sensors using ultrasonic technology. Our ultrasonic sensors measure liquid level despite variations in transparency, viscosity, color, or dielectric. These solutions include air bubble detection for medical pumps; point and continuous level sensors for the semiconductor and high purity markets; and point level sensors for a variety of process control applications. We offer high accuracy, high frequency, short range continuous measurement ultrasonic sensors through air for process control. We manufacture standard and custom products that provide a system without moving parts, adjustments, or maintenance.

  • Pressure Sensors

    Kistler Instrument Corp.

    Kistler offers both piezoelectric and piezoresistive sensors to measure pressure so we have the right solution for many applications. Piezoelectric pressure sensors are suitable for measuring highly dynamic, dynamic and quasi-static pressure curves or pulsations. Piezoresistive pressure sensors are suitable for measuring static and quasi-static pressure curves.

  • Electrical Sensors

    Maxim Integrated

    Our wide selection of sensor ICs includes temperature sensors and optical sensors. We also provide specialized sensor interface and communication ICs for sensor devices.

  • Membrane Sensors

    Sensofoil® - Hoffmann + Krippner, Inc.

    Membrane sensors – thanks to ultra-flat design and cost advantages – are particularly useful and adaptable to scenarios where traditional sensors would falter. The technical specifications of Hoffmann + Krippner Sensofoil® membrane sensors meet or exceed those of conventional potentiometers, creating a new world of potential uses for product designers and engineers.

  • Humidity Sensors

    Sencera Co.

    Humidity sensors can have analog, digital or video type displays and can have a number of different form factors. They can be PCB-mount devices, standard sensors or transducers, or a simple gauge or indicator. They can also be various types of instruments, whether handheld, benchtop or mounted.In addition to pressure and temperature compensation, humidity sensors can have a number of features to make them more useful or easier to use. Humidity sensors can include data logging, event triggering, self-testing, self-calibration, and battery power.

  • Remote Sensors

    Monarch Instrument

    The most versatile and popular sensors we make. The ROS-W (Remote Optical Sensor with tinned wire termination) and ROS-P (Remote Optical Sensor with 1/8" phone plug termination) are threaded stainless steel remote optical sensors with a visible red LED light source. All these sensors have the "on-target" green LED indicator

  • Optoelectronic Sensors

    Bernstein AG

    BERNSTEIN optoelectronic sensors can be divided into three basic types: * Through-beam, * Retro-reflective, and * Diffuse reflective. The specifications of the above mentioned sensors are defined in the standard IEC 60947-5-2 and are in conformity with the CE.

  • Temperature Sensors

    Ingenieurbüro Mencke & Tegtmeyer Gm

    We offer inexpensive temperature sensors for universal application and especially in photovoltaics. Our temperature sensors are available as well as ambient temperature or surface temperature sensor module with various outputs.

  • Capacitive Sensors

    capaNCDT - Micro-Epsilon Group

    Capacitive sensors are designed for non-contact measurement of displacement, distance and position, as well as for thickness measurement. Due to their high signal stability and resolution, capacitive displacement sensors are applied in laboratories and industrial measurement tasks. In production control, for example, capacitive sensors measure film thickness and application of the adhesive. Installed in machines, they monitor displacement and tool positions.

  • Electrostatic Sensors

    Panasonic Electric Works Corporation

    With easy data management, Panasonic Electrostatic Sensors can assist to identify and diagnose problems caused by static electricity. In real time, these Sensors can determine ionizer status and identify ionizer damage. With a measurement range up to +/-2 kV and suitable for severe conditions, these Sensors can be used for measurements such as surface potential, frictional electrification and lead frame charge removal.

  • Temperature sensors

    TC-03 - FBGS International N.V.

    The Temperature Chain TC-03 is a spliceless chain of several fibre optic temperature sensors in series. The sensors are all contained in a 1mm stainless steel tube which is directly connectorised on one end.

  • Drone Sensors

    Sentera, llc

    Sentera drone sensors deliver unrivaled performance and consistently beat competitors in price, quality and function. Our sensors produce high-quality, context-rich color and near-infrared (NIR) image data to deliver unsurpassed NDVI data to growers. Our state-of-the-art design and deep base of field experience enable us to produce sensors that deliver meaningful and actionable insights to our customers.

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