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July 1, 2006 By: Melanie Martella, Sensors Sensors


Second-Generation Wireless IC

ZMD AG, Dresden, Germany offers its ZMD44102 second-generation RF transceiver IC and starter kits that comply with IEEE 802.15.4 and are designed for use in ZigBee applications. The transceiver operates in both 902–928 MHz and 868–870 MHz bands. Features include range of >250 m at 0 dBm, ultra-low-power operation modes, data transmissions up to 40 Kbps, and a thin-hardware MAC at the physical layer of the radio. The ZMD44102SKB starter kit bundle includes hardware, software, documentation, and sensor network analyzer. (631-549-2666, taschler@zmda.com. www.zmd.biz)



Optical Encoder Engines

Avago Technologies, San Jose, CA, offers AEDA-3300 Series optical encoder engines for installation in a customer-supplied housing. The encoders are available in 600–20,000 cpr resolutions, and speeds up to 12,000 rpm, depending on resolution. Features include operating frequencies up to 1 MHz (for resolutions <10,000 cpr) and 650 kHz (for resolutions from 10,000–20,000 cpr), 2-channel quadrature and gated index channel outputs, and an integrated RS-422 differential line driver. (800-235-0312, support@avagotech.com, www.avagotech.com)



Portable Ultrasonic Flowmeter

The HTTP from Hedland, Racine, WI, is a portable transit-time ultrasonic flowmeter that clamps to the outside of the pipe and provides instantaneous rate and accumulated flow measurements. Features include bidirectional flow capability, communication via a PC serial port and an IR serial adapter, and software for configuration, calibration, and troubleshooting. The meter is supplied with transducers, a 20 ft. interconnection cable, acoustic couplant, mounting hardware, AC power converter and 12 VDC converter, IR adapter, 4–20 mA interface cable, and a manual. (800-433-5263, leads@inquiry-tracking.com, www.hedland.com)



Current Data Logger

The OM-CP-OCTPROCESS from Omega Engineering Inc., Stamford, CT, is a portable battery-powered data logger that measures and records current from ±1.5 mA to ±120 mA, depending on model. The device records up to 16,383 current measurements through each of its 8 input channels. Features include a 16-bit ADC for 0.01 mA resolution; the ability to define units, scale factors, and offset values; and the ability to retrieve data by plugging the logger into the COM port of a computer. (800-826-6342, info@omega.com, www.omega.com)



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