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Sensors Insight by Gwenn Gmeinder Find Your Fit: Custom Magnetic Sensor Selection and Design Guide, Part I

By Gwenn Gmeinder, Guest Contributor

Four Key Parameters for Specifying a Custom Magnetic Sensor. More>>



October 8, 2015 | Product

The latest STM8S Access Line microcontroller (MCUs) are tested up to +125°C. more>>


October 8, 2015 | Product

H18 SureSense family of photoelectric sensors feature a signal strength light bar... more>>


October 8, 2015 | Product

The BMF055 emerges as the industry’s first custom-programmable, nine-axis motion sensor. more>>


October 8, 2015 | Product

The SS-7 series Linear Variable Inductive Transducer (LVIT) is designed to be embedded into a hydraulic cylinder. more>>


October 8, 2015 | Product

Oval wheel flowmeters are positive displacement flowmeters where the passage of liquid causes two oval gears to rotate... more>>


October 8, 2015 | Product

The PT-DEMO PID controller development evaluation kit (DEK) offers a fully integrated temperature control system. more>>


October 8, 2015 | News

High-speed redriver easily enables designers to reduce the size, cost and power consumption of automotive infotainment systems. more>>


October 8, 2015 | News

Compact relay handles high currents with simple installation on a DIN rail or in flange mount applications. more>>


October 8, 2015 | News

150W Hermetic TVS Solutions Provide Ultimate Protection for Avionic Data Network Apps more>>


October 8, 2015 | News

Higher sensitivity at IR enables advanced security for mobile devices. more>>

October 9, 2015 | Article | By Gwenn Gmeinder

Part II: How to Choose the Best Sensing Technology for Your Application. more>>

October 2, 2015 | Article | By Gwenn Gmeinder

Four Key Parameters for Specifying a Custom Magnetic Sensor. more>>

September 25, 2015 | Article | By Roger H. Grace

Driven by the popularity of wearable electronics and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, have printable, flexible, and stretchable sensors have seen a significant increase in interest. more>>

September 18, 2015 | Article | By Bart van Liempd

Customized sensor solution increases flash cure system drying speeds up to 15%. more>>

September 11, 2015 | Article | By Markus Zieserl

How to guarantee safe operation of magnetic sensors in dense magnetic fields poses the stubborn question about the reliability of the magnetic position sensors. Engineers often design systems for use in an environment containing powerful sources of magnetism, such as motor drives and high-voltage... more>>

September 4, 2015 | Article | By Jeff Thornton

There are many different terms for IIoT, including Industry 4.0. and the Connected Factory. Whatever you call it, there are steps you can take to get in the game with IIoT. more>>

August 28, 2015 | Article | By François Girodolle

François Girodolle, Head of European Product Partnerships at Nest shares his views of the smart home industry and Nest's mission to create a more thoughtful home. more>>

August 28, 2015 | Article | By Bryn Huntpalmer

A bit of end-of-summer fun and some tips on how automation systems can make homes smarter and homeowners wealthier. more>>

August 28, 2015 | Article | By Julie Macpherson, Tim Mollart

Carbon electrodes are extensively used in many electrochemical sensors, with the carbon primarily sp^2 in nature. Of increasing interest are the potential applications for sp^3 carbon, i.e., diamond in electrochemical sensing. more>>

August 21, 2015 | Article | By Mark Howard

This article describes the synchronous serial interface (SSI) used by many position sensors and controllers. more>>


October 2, 2015 | Blog

by Rinku Sreedhar, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft more>>


September 28, 2015 | Blog

Creative high-school students need parts for sophisticated lycanthropic robot design challenge more>>


September 22, 2015 | Blog

General Motors’ will be the first US automotive OEM to use ultracapacitors for start-stop applications. more>>


August 27, 2015 | Blog

Laser diodes and LEDs both find initial application as light sources; however they differ in size, price, and power. Those differences are narrowing and LEDs are starting to prove themselves as viable alternatives. more>>


August 18, 2015 | Blog

According to “Anglo-American” technology company Ying Group, cinema without 3D glasses is about to arrive and conquer television simultaneously. more>>


August 17, 2015 | Blog

Batteriser is a reusable jacket that slips over most batteries and frees up to 80% of the remaining energy. more>>


August 13, 2015 | Blog

Of all the electronic components currently on the market, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and the designs they fit into generate more press, discussions, and hype than any other. more>>


August 3, 2015 | Blog

At each Sensors Expo awards are presented to individuals and companies for their innovative creations and overall excellence in the field of sensors and related technologies. more>>


July 20, 2015 | Blog

Innovation is highly important to consumers when making a purchase. more>>


July 16, 2015 | Blog

Mind Solutions Inc. has created what it is touting as the world's smallest brain-computer-interface (BCI). more>>

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