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Information about automotive sensors and sensors used in automotive manufacturing.


Vibration Sensors from PCB Piezotronics Product
Vibration Sensors from PCB Piezotronics   August 13, 2008

Series EX64xB7x loop-powered 4–20 mA output sensors from PCB Piezotronics Inc., IMI Sensors Div., Depew, NY, provide continuous vibration monitoring on critical machinery in hazardous area application environments. The sensors have a 1 in. NPT, 90° capped elbow conduit to meet ATEX and...More>>

Shock Accelerometer from Measurement Specialties Product
Shock Accelerometer from Measurement Specialties   August 13, 2008

The Model 3700 from Measurement Specialties Inc., Aliso Viejo, CA, is a high-g shock accelerometer for impact, structural, and transient shock testing. The MEMS piezoresistive device is available in ranges from ±2000 g to ±6000 g and has shock protection to >10,000 g. The sensor is...More>>

OEM Pressure Sensors from Kavlico Product
OEM Pressure Sensors from Kavlico   August 13, 2008

Kavlico, Moorpark, CA, offers the rugged, brass Models P4055 and P4056 OEM pressure sensors compatible with liquid and gaseous media. The Model P4055 is available in pressure ranges of 0–3 through 0–300 psig, sealed gauge, and absolute and the P4056 is available in pressure ranges of...More>>

8-Bit Hall Encoder from iC-Haus Product
8-Bit Hall Encoder from iC-Haus   August 13, 2008

The iC-MP from iC-Haus GmbH, Bodenheim, Germany, is a linear-output angular position sensor IC with a serial interface. Combined with a diametrically magnetized permanent magnet, the device provides an absolute and incremental encoder with 1.4° resolution. The 4 by 4 mm QFN28 package contains...More>>

Cable Extension Transducer from Celesco Product
Cable Extension Transducer from Celesco   August 13, 2008

The SR1A-125 from Celesco Transducer Products Inc., Chatsworth, CA, is a cable-extension transducer with a 125 in. measurement range and designed for outdoor use. The measuring cable wraps around the internal spring-loaded spool coupled to a precision 500 ohm potentiometer. Movement of the spool...More>>

High G Accelerometers from Sporian Microsystems Product
High G Accelerometers from Sporian Microsystems   July 23, 2008

AssetOverseer SS Series ultra low power triaxial accelerometers from Sporian Microsystems Inc., Lafayette, CO, are designed for high G inertial shock applications. The devices have dynamic G force ranges of ±200 G, ±500 G, and ±1000 G; a 2–2000 Hz frequency response;...More>>

Signal Conditioners from PCB Piezotronics Product
Signal Conditioners from PCB Piezotronics   July 23, 2008

PCB Piezotronics Inc., Depew, NY, offers Model 483C30 and Model 481A03 rack-mounted signal conditioners, available with isolated grounds or selectable filters, respectively, and suited for applications where case ground piezoelectric sensors could cause ground-loop noise. The Model 483C30 features...More>>

12-/10-/8-Bit DACs from Linear Technology Product
12-/10-/8-Bit DACs from Linear Technology   July 23, 2008

Linear Technology Corp., Milpitas, CA, offers the LTC2631 family of pin- and software-compatible 12-/10-/8-bit I2C DACs in a TSOT-23 package and the SPI-equivalent LTC2640 family. The DACs have an internal 10 ppm/°C reference, a choice of 2.5 V or 4.096 V F.S. output, and the ability to apply...More>>

Engine Monitoring Sensor from Kistler Instrument Product
Engine Monitoring Sensor from Kistler Instrument   July 23, 2008

The Type 6353A24 marine engine monitoring sensor from Kistler Instrument Corp., Amherst, NY, is designed to prevent monitoring system components from introducing noise when used with large low-rpm marine engines. The quartz piezoelectric element is coupled with an internal amplifier to provide a...More>>

Thread Sensor from Kaman Precision Products Product
Thread Sensor from Kaman Precision Products   July 23, 2008

The Universal ThreadChecker from Kaman Precision Products, Measuring & Memory Systems, Colorado Springs, CO, is an application-specific sensor system designed to check for thread presence/absence. The system can discriminate between a threaded and an unthreaded hole and provide a switched output....More>>