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Inclination Sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs Product
Inclination Sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs   June 3, 2009

Inclination sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs Inc., Twinsburg, OH, detect and measure the incline or tilt angle of machine elements or equipment platforms in single- or dual-axis applications from 0°–360° with ±0.5° accuracy. Features include pushbutton configuration of output...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>>

Wireless Condition Monitoring System from Micropelt Product
Wireless Condition Monitoring System from Micropelt   June 3, 2009

Micropelt GmbH, Freiburg, Germany, offers the TE-Power RING wireless condition monitoring system for bearings, transmissions, and similar parts that wear during operation. The integrated, battery-free, on-shaft device monitors the parts' condition to determine when and if they need maintenance or...More>>

RFID Sensor Tag from Melexis Product
RFID Sensor Tag from Melexis   June 3, 2009

Melexis, Ieper, Belgium, offers the MLX90129 RFID sensor tag for cold chain management, industrial data logger, or medical monitoring device applications. The device embeds a sensor interface together with an internal temperature sensor to monitor environmental parameters, a 32 Kb data storage...More>>

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Logger with Modbus/RTU Master from Logic Beach   June 3, 2009

Logic Beach Inc., La Mesa, CA, has added Modbus/RTU Master capability to its IntelliLogger line of data logging, reporting, and alarming instruments. Register values can be read from connected Modbus Slave transducers, power meters, controls, flowmeters, and other devices. Scanned Modbus register...More>>

6-Axis Motion Processing from InvenSense Product
6-Axis Motion Processing from InvenSense   June 3, 2009

InvenSense Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, offers ISZ single-axis yaw gyro sensors and IME-3000 triaxial accelerometers with 3 analog inputs that, combined with the IDG dual-axis roll and pitch gyros, can provide 6-axis MEMS-based motion processing for consumer electronics applications. The combination...More>>

Wireless Discrete Input Transmitters from Honeywell Product
Wireless Discrete Input Transmitters from Honeywell   June 3, 2009

Honeywell, Phoenix, AZ, offers the STXW 500 and STTW 401 members of its XYR 6000 family of wireless devices. The two transmitters convert any measurement device with a contact-closure switch input into a wireless input. Transmitters are suited for wirelessly monitoring level switches, pump status,...More>>

Photoelectric Analog Sensors from Contrinex Product
Photoelectric Analog Sensors from Contrinex   June 3, 2009

Series 3130 sensors from Contrinex Inc., Old Saybrook, CT, have a sensing range from 10–100 mm, independent of color or surface structure of the object to be detected, and are 30 by 30 by 15 mm. Analog sensors have temperature stability between –25°C to 55°C and feature a 500 Hz...More>>

Open-Loop MEMS Accelerometer from Colibrys Product
Open-Loop MEMS Accelerometer from Colibrys   June 3, 2009

The RS9010.A from Colibrys (Switzerland) Ltd., Neuchatel, Switzerland, is the first of its IRIS open-loop accelerometer family designed to displace traditional vibrating quartz and electromechanical systems. The ±10 g sensor is designed for AHRS and mid-accuracy navigation applications and...More>>












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