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MEMS Shock, Vibration Sensors from ADI Product
MEMS Shock, Vibration Sensors from ADI   May 20, 2009

Analog Devices Inc., Norwood, MA, offers the ADIS16240 and ADIS16220 programmable inertial sensors for embedded shock and vibration sensing within harsh industrial environments. The ADIS16240 combines a low-power triaxial shock and impact sensor and recorder with an integrated onchip programmable...More>>

Motor Pulley Torque Sensor from Sensor Developments Product
Motor Pulley Torque Sensor from Sensor Developments   May 6, 2009

The Model 01287 from Sensor Developments Inc., Lake Orion, MI, is a motor pulley torque sensor that can resolve low torque levels while being exposed to high radial loads created by belt drive systems. Torque capacities range from 100 in.-lb. to 10,000 in.-lb. The sensor can replace a standard...More>>

Miniature Inertial System from MicroStrain Product
Miniature Inertial System from MicroStrain   May 6, 2009

The 3DM-GX3-25 miniature attitude heading reference system (AHRS) from MicroStrain Inc., Williston, VT, combines 3 triaxial accelerometers, 3 MEMS gyroscopes, and 3 magnetometers with 3 temperature sensors and an onboard microprocessor to provide static and dynamic orientation and inertial...More>>

Mixed-Signal Microcontroller from Maxim Product
Mixed-Signal Microcontroller from Maxim   May 6, 2009

The MAXQ7670 from Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA, is an automotive microcontroller for low-amplitude signals, designed to measure signals in the microvolt range from sensors with differential outputs, such as AMR sensors. The device integrates all functions needed to measure the...More>>

DA Modules from IOtech Product
DA Modules from IOtech   May 6, 2009

The 6000 Series Ethernet-based DA modules from IOtech, Cleveland, OH, are for voltage (Model 6220) or strain (Model 6224) measurement and provide 12 analog inputs, eight digital I/O, and 16- or 24-bit resolution, respectively. Modules are expandable using other 6000 Series devices and feature...More>>

Amplifier and Filter from Alligator Technologies Product
Amplifier and Filter from Alligator Technologies   May 6, 2009

The USBPGF-S1 from Alligator Technologies, Costa Mesa, CA, is a USB-controlled single-channel programmable signal conditioning instrumentation amplifier and low-pass filter. The device can operate independently or can be controlled by a host computer. Each unit can be configured as an 8-pole...More>>

Capacitive Sensor Operation Part 1: The Basics   May 1, 2009

Part 1 of this two-part article reviews the concepts and theory of capacitive sensing to help to optimize capacitive sensor performance. Part 2 of this article will discuss how to put these concepts to work.More>>

MEMS IMU from SensorDynamics Product
MEMS IMU from SensorDynamics   April 22, 2009

SensorDynamics, Graz-Lebring, Austria, offers the 6DoF-IMU inertial measurement unit that is based on MEMS sensors and has outer dimensions of 1 in.3 The compact device offers 1500 g shock resistance in operation and 2000 g unpowered; a measurement range of ±300°/s and ±5 g, with...More>>

Hydraulic Impulse Calibrator from PCB Piezotronics Product
Hydraulic Impulse Calibrator from PCB Piezotronics   April 22, 2009

The Model 913B02 hydraulic impulse calibrator from PCB Piezotronics Inc., Depew, NY, is for dynamic field or laboratory calibration of piezoelectric pressure sensors. The device uses a drop mass on a piston to create half-sine pulses. The piston acts on a hydraulic-fluid-filled cylinder for...More>>

Network-Ready DA Systems from Microstar Labs Product
Network-Ready DA Systems from Microstar Labs   April 22, 2009

SMS scalar modular DA systems from Microstar Laboratories Inc., Bellevue, WA, combine a DAPserver with up to 2 DAP boards connected to 8 input signal interface modules and 2 output SI modules in a 3U card cage. MSXB 080 input SI modules provide isolated analog inputs for DAP systems; all inputs are...More>>




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