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Pressure Transducers from Omegadyne Product
Pressure Transducers from Omegadyne   January 14, 2009

MM Series micromachined modular technology pressure transducers from Omegadyne Inc., Sunbury, OH, are available in gauge, absolute, barometric, vacuum, compound, and differential styles in ranges from 0–10 in.H2O though 0–5000 psi. The modular design lets you construct a sensor to meet...More>>

Pancake Load Cell with USB Output from FUTEK Product
Pancake Load Cell with USB Output from FUTEK   January 14, 2009

FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology Inc., Irvine, CA, offers the LCF400 pancake load cell with a USB digital interface. Features include capacities of 500 to 5000 lb.; 3 mV/V, ±5 VDC, ±10 VDC, 4–20 mA outputs; SS construction; zero-joint failure; low impact due to extraneous loads;...More>>

Application Modules from Divelbiss   January 14, 2009

SI-APPMOD Series preprogrammed monitor and control modules from Divelbiss Corp., Fredericktown, OH, are based on the company's PLC on a Chip and are designed for short-run or prototyped control problems. The initial modules include a tachometer with 4 field-programmable set points, a counter...More>>

The Vernier Scale Goes Digital   January 1, 2009

Nonius interpolation provides excellent differential linearity and higher resolution for linear displacement measurement systems or rotary encoders.More>>

Calibration Kit from TT electronics Product
Calibration Kit from TT electronics   December 10, 2008

The OCB100-Kit from TT electronics OPTEK Technology, Carrollton, TX, has a driver board with three different optoelectronic circuits to let you calibrate optoelectronic devices, provide a consistent output signal, and shorten the design cycle. The board is configured to calibrate reflective or...More>>

Arbitrary Waveform Generator from Strategic Test Product
Arbitrary Waveform Generator from Strategic Test   December 10, 2008

Strategic Test Corp., Woburn, MA, offers the UF2e-6011 two-channel, 20 Msps, 14-bit arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) PCI Express card. Each channel has its own 14-bit DAC and a choice of 3 reconstruction filters to give bandwidths of 5 MHz, 1 MHz, or 100 kHz. No-filter option is...More>>

Drift Pull Steering Sensor from Sensor Developments Product
Drift Pull Steering Sensor from Sensor Developments   December 10, 2008

Sensor Developments Inc., Lake Orion, MI, offers the 90408 Series steering torque and angle sensor designed to test drift pull on vehicles. The sensor clamps to the vehicle's steering wheel, tared to establish vehicle ground, and is allowed to run at a preset recording period. A USB-compatible...More>>

USB to Serial Adapters from Sealevel Systems Product
USB to Serial Adapters from Sealevel Systems   December 10, 2008

Sealevel Systems Inc., Liberty, SC, offers the 1-port SeaLINK/PC.SC and 2-port SeaLINK+2/PC.SC embedded USB to serial adapter. The adapters have a PC bracket to add serial ports to a PC using the PC's internal USB connection and the serial ports are software-configurable for RS-232, RS-422, or...More>>

Modbus to Analog Modules from DGH Product
Modbus to Analog Modules from DGH   December 10, 2008

DGH Corp., Manchester, NH, offers the D3000M series of Modbus-compatible digital-to-analog modules that let you control an analog output using a serial port. The modules combine a 12-bit DAC with programmable analog output control features and the ability to communicate using Modbus RTU over an...More>>

Rotational Speed Sensor from Rheintacho Product
Rotational Speed Sensor from Rheintacho   November 19, 2008

Rheintacho Messtechnik GmbH, Freiburg, Germany, offers the HDD range of rotational speed sensors for heavy-duty applications. The sensors weigh 150 g (depending on specifications), use differential Hall sensors, enable a large air gap between the sensor tip and gearwheel, and have PNP/NPN or...More>>

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