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Sensor Signal Conditioning IC from ZMD   June 3, 2009

The ZMD31210 cLite IC from ZMD AG, Dresden, Germany, interfaces with capacitive sensors and delivers 14-bit resolution and 0.5% accuracy over a range of capacitances and temperatures. The IC can interface with capacitive sensors from 2–260 pF with sensitivity as low as 125 aF per digital bit....More>>

Inductive Proximity Sensor from TURCK Product
Inductive Proximity Sensor from TURCK   June 3, 2009

The Ni75U-Q80 factor 1 uprox+ sensor from TURCK, Minneapolis, MN, offers switching distances up to 75 mm and is designed to sense small targets, especially those on automotive skids. The sensor detects all metals at the same rated distance and feature extended range capabilities even when embedded...More>>

Combination Inertial Sensors from SensorDynamics Product
Combination Inertial Sensors from SensorDynamics   June 3, 2009

SensorDynamics, Graz-Lebring, Austria, offers the SD777 and SD788 combisensors that provide single-axis angular rate and 3-axis acceleration measurement, including concurrent fail-safe status information. The SD777 offers an in-plane gyro while the SD788 offers an out-of-plane gyro; both sensors...More>>

Random Incidence Response Microphone from PCB Product
Random Incidence Response Microphone from PCB   June 3, 2009

The Model 377A21 prepolarized, 1/2 in. random incidence response microphone from PCB Piezotronics Inc., Depew, NY, operates from ICP sensor power and can be used for automobile and aerospace cabin testing, church and concert hall testing, environmental tests with sound level meters, and reverb...More>>

Position Sensors from New Scale Technologies Product
Position Sensors from New Scale Technologies   June 3, 2009

New Scale Technologies, Victor, NY, offers 0.5 µm resolution and additional packaging options for its TRACKER noncontact position sensor for optical imaging stabilization and zoom in digital cameras, phone cameras, binoculars, and other optical devices. Repeatability is better than 2 µm...More>>

Digital 3D Cameras from Baumer Product
Digital 3D Cameras from Baumer   June 3, 2009

TZG01 digital 3D cameras from Baumer Ltd., Southington, CT, are designed to replace multiple camera systems and are suited for robotic guidance and material handling/logistics systems. The cameras incorporate an integrated time of flight (ToF) sensor, lens, and LED and feature frame rates up to 54...More>>

Signal Conditioning Modules from Advantech Product
Signal Conditioning Modules from Advantech   June 3, 2009

The ADAM-3112 and ADAM-3114 signal conditioning modules from Advantech Corp., Industrial Automation Group, Cincinnati, OH, convert up to 400 VAC or 5 A AC signals to 0–5 VDC signals for DA cards. The ADAM-3112 is an isolated AC voltage to DC voltage module that provides 0~120 Vrms, 0~250 Vrms...More>>

Capacitive Sensor Operation Part 2: System Optimization   June 1, 2009

Part 2 of this two-part article focuses on how to optimize the performance of your capacitive sensor, and to understand how target material, shape, and size will affect the sensor's response.More>>

Dynamic Current Loggers from Saelig Product
Dynamic Current Loggers from Saelig   May 20, 2009

The KLARI-MOD SC 1000V modules from Saelig Co. Inc., Pittsford, NY, are designed for dynamic current and voltage measurements in automotive hybrid or electrical power train systems. Modules offer 16-bit resolution, a wide dynamic range, isolation of 1000 V between measurement circuitry and data...More>>

AC Current Sensors from Onset Product
AC Current Sensors from Onset   May 20, 2009

Onset Computer Corp., Bourne, MA, offers plug-in AC current sensors for use with its HOBO U12-006 data loggers. The sensors, manufactured by Veris Industries, include 5 compact, self-powered transducers that can be attached to pumps, motors, and other equipment from which you wish to obtain AC load...More>>





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