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Miniature Sensor Connectors from Binder-USA    March 30, 2006

Binder-USA LP, Camarillo, CA, offers Series 707 M5 sensor connectors and cordsets. The connectors are 6 mm o.d. and are available in 3- and 4-post versions. They are rated at 125 V and 1 A/contact. Cable connectors are PUR overmolded and offer IP67/68 protection when mated with the receptacles. The...More>>

Inductive Proximity Switches from Contrinex    March 30, 2006

Series 509 M8 analog sensors from Contrinex Inc., Old Saybrook, CT, have a 0–4 mm sensing range and offer temperature stability between –25°C and 70°C and repeat accuracy. Sensors are available with output voltage ranges of 0–5 V or 0–10 V. Applications include regulated approach to end...More>>

Communications, Control Modules from CyberResearch    March 30, 2006

CyberResearch Inc., Branford, CT, offers >30 CM 7000 communications and control modules for monitoring and controlling shop-floor equipment. CyMOD modules communicate over a simple twisted-pair RS-485 bus, with up to 256 modules on a single bus. Ethernet or USB converter modules accept these...More>>

Digital Force Gauge from IMADA    March 30, 2006

The handheld ZP from IMADA, Northbrook, IL, distributed by Ron Berns & Associates, Northbrook, IL, measures any push/pull force, records, and processes 1000 measurements/s, and can transmit the data through its USB port. Features include programmable set points, selectable units, and capacities up...More>>

Sonar Range Finder from Maxbotix    March 30, 2006

The MaxSonar-EZ1 from Maxbotix, Tucson, AZ, is a sonar range finder capable of detecting objects from 6 in. to 254 in. with 1 in. resolution. Objects from 0–6 in. range as 6 in. The device features continuously variable gain for beam control and side-lobe suppression, reading rate of up to 20...More>>

Signal Conditioning Systems from R.C. Electronics    March 30, 2006

DTX-5000 systems from R.C. Electronics Inc., Santa Barbara, CA, are for DA applications requiring large channel counts and varying sensor types. The systems use a 5U chassis for the platform for each 64-channel unit; multiple chassis can be Ethernet linked. Plug-in 4-channel signal conditioning...More>>

Gauging Transducers from RDP Electrosense    March 30, 2006

RDP Electrosense, Pottstown, PA, offers miniature D6-A LVDTs that are available in working ranges from ±0.25 mm to ±12.7 mm and have repeatability of <1 µm. The devices have an encapsulated winding with magnetic shielding and feature a SS housing, rugged construction, low-friction bearings, and...More>>

USB Analog Input Modules from Data Translation    April 2, 2006

The DT9832 Series from Data Translation Inc., Marlboro, MA, are simultaneous analog input multifunction DA modules for USB 2.0. The DT9832 offers 1.25 MHz throughput per channel, four 16-bit analog inputs, and 0 or 2 analog outputs while the DT9832A offers 2.0 MHz throughput per channel, two 16-bit...More>>

High-Performance Rotary Encoder from Gurley    April 6, 2006

The R158 rotary incremental encoder from Gurley Precision Instruments, Troy, NY, generates quadrature square waves at up to 1,000,000 counts/rev. and provides RS-422 differential line driver, current-source analog waveform, or voltage-source analog waveform output options. Index options include a...More>>

1.4 Megapixel Camera from JAI PULNiX    April 6, 2006

The CV-A1 from JAI PULNiX, Inc., San Jose, CA, is a 1.4 Megapixel (1392 H by 1040 V) CCD machine vision camera with analog output and setup via RS-232. The 29 by 44 by 66 mm camera uses a progressive scan CCD and operates at 16 frames/s. Features include remote switchless setup via its RS-232...More>>

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