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TMR Angle Sensor from NVE Product
TMR Angle Sensor from NVE   April 8, 2009

NVE Corp., Eden Prairie, MN, offers the AAT001-10E tunneling magnetoresistance (TMR) angle sensor. TMR is a spintronic quantum effect that produces a dramatic resistance change in a normally insulating layer, depending on the magnetic field and predominant electron spin in a free layer. The device...More>>

Photoelectric Sensors from Eaton Product
Photoelectric Sensors from Eaton   April 8, 2009

Eaton Corp., Cleveland, OH, has introduced the View Series of photoelectric sensors for challenging industrial applications. The series includes IntelliView compact, high-performance specialty photoelectric sensors for packaging, material handling, and other machinery OEMs and NanoView subminiature...More>>

Counter/Timer/Tachometer from Dwyer Instruments Product
Counter/Timer/Tachometer from Dwyer Instruments   April 8, 2009

The Series LTC216 from Dwyer Instruments Inc., Love Controls div., Michigan City, IN, combines a timer, counter, and tachometer in a single device. The bright, easy-to-read display shows both set point, current process value, and current operating mode. Features include 14 preprogrammed timer...More>>

Throughbeam Sensors from Balluff Product
Throughbeam Sensors from Balluff   April 8, 2009

UltraFrame self-contained throughbeam sensors from Balluff Inc., Florence, KY, are suited for error-proofing, process monitoring and general automation tasks. The sensors are available in four basic frame designs and with four application-specific light sources (visible red, pinpoint visible red,...More>>

MEMS-Based Inclinometer from ASM Sensors Product
MEMS-Based Inclinometer from ASM Sensors   April 8, 2009

ASM Sensors Inc., Elmhurst, IL, offers the POSITILT PTAM2 inclinometer that has ranges from ±5° to ±180° (single axis) and ±5° to ±60° (dual axis). The MEMS-based industrial grade sensor has an IP67/69K rated, 36 mm dia. metal housing, provides 0.05°...More>>

Next-Generation Wireless Asset Management   April 1, 2009

Next-generation wireless asset management systems are incorporating lower power electronics, cellular technologies, and GPS to enable more robust, flexible, scalable systems that reduce operating expenses and improve business productivity.More>>

Throttle Position Sensor from Vishay Product
Throttle Position Sensor from Vishay   March 25, 2009

The 981 HE Hall effect throttle position sensor from Vishay Intertechnology Inc., Malvern, PA, is offered in hollow- and D-shaft versions for use in harsh environments. Features include angle measurement up to 360° m, temperature range of –45°C to 125°C, linearity down to...More>>

MEMS Gyroscope from SensorDynamics Product
MEMS Gyroscope from SensorDynamics   March 25, 2009

The SD721 from SensorDynamics, Graz, Austria, is a MEMS gyroscope now available in a standard SOIC28 plastic package. Features include 10 ENOB at a measurement range of ±300°/s, 1500 g shock resistance in operation and 2000 g unpowered, temperature compensation from –25°C to...More>>

Strain Gauge Amplifiers from RAETECH Product
Strain Gauge Amplifiers from RAETECH   March 25, 2009

RAETECH Corp., Ann Arbor, MI, offers programmable strain gauge amplifiers for use in automotive, transportation, aerospace, robotic, and biomedical applications. The small devices provide temperature compensation while surviving heat, shock, and vibration. Programming is through the power and...More>>

Piezoelectric Pressure Sensors from PCB Product
Piezoelectric Pressure Sensors from PCB   March 25, 2009

PCB Aerospace & Defense Div., PCB Piezotronics Inc., Depew, NY, offers frequency-tailored Series 113B ICP and Series 102B charge-output piezoelectric sensors for measuring blast overpressure and explosion pressure in free-field or closed areas to study blast effects on structures, vehicles, and...More>>

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