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Tilt sensor designed for industrial vehicle applications

Tilt sensor designed for industrial vehicle applications
Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial division has announced the launch of the VTS2021, a dual-axis, vibration-tolerant tilt sensor that offers an optimal combination of performance, safety and cost in dynamic applications, making the sensor suitable for pitch and roll detection for on- and off-highway industrial-vehicle applications, including mobile elevating work platforms.
4th February 2019

Farnell element 14 strengthens sensor line

Farnell element 14 strengthens sensor line
High-performance MEMS gyros from Tronics Microsystems, a division of TDK, are available at Farnell element14. This expansion strengthens Premier Farnell's offering for customers looking for innovation, advanced technologies and high performance solutions.
16th January 2019

Multi-turn absolute encoders for smart industrial applications

Multi-turn absolute encoders for smart industrial applications
The industrial technology company and provider of sensors, Sensata Technologies, has introduced the availability of MHM5 and MHK5 Absolute Multi-Turn encoders with either Ethernet/IP or ProfiNet interfaces for Factory 4.0 applications. To provide additional design flexibility, these encoders are available in either shafted (MHM5) or blind shaft (MHK5) configurations.
16th January 2019


Wine growers gain vintage success with help of engineers

Wine growers gain vintage success with help of engineers
Behind the rise and rise of English wine, British engineers and technologists are busy developing new systems and aids for the vine growing industry. Here, Tony Ingham of Sensor Technology tells his part of this astonishing success story, as english wine is taking off, with more and more people recognising its award winning quality and production growing by the year.
15th January 2019

Environmental sensor saves space and power

Environmental sensor saves space and power
The Bosch Sensortec BME680 four-in-one environmental sensor and associated shuttle board that simplifies product creation is available at RS Components. The sensor integrates temperature, humidity, pressure, and gas sensing for energy-conscious, cost-sensitive and space-constrained applications.
20th December 2018

Sensor powers high speed image processing in compact device

Sensor powers high speed image processing in compact device
SICK has pushed forward the boundaries of 3D vision inspection in a wide range of industrial applications with the launch of the SICK Ranger3 camera, thanks to a breakthrough CMOS sensor that powers unprecedented high speed image processing in a compact device. SICK’s Ranger3 high definition streaming camera is the first to be powered by SICK’s innovative Imager with ROCC (Rapid On-Chip Calculation technology).  
19th December 2018

Current, voltage and power solutions for industrial automation

Current, voltage and power solutions for industrial automation
  NK Technologies has released the 2019 product catalogue, which features performance data, sizes, specifications, and technical references for the company’s extensive portfolio of current sensing switches, transducers, transformers, and ground fault protection products. 
19th December 2018

Medical markers play a vital role in packing medical test kits

Medical markers play a vital role in packing medical test kits
  TorqSense transducers are playing a vital role in packing medical test kits at Axis-Shield in Dundee, which develops new diagnostic compounds that help with the early identification and management of critical illnesses.
19th December 2018

IMUs enhance navigation in IoT devices

IMUs enhance navigation in IoT devices
The ADIS1647x precision industrial inertial measurement units (IMUs) from Analog Devices are in stock at Mouser Electronics. New additions to Analog Devices’ line of MEMS IMUs, the ADIS1647x IMUs deliver improvements to navigation and safety in industrial and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), smart agriculture, and autonomous vehicles.
18th December 2018

Wireless torque measurement at the heart of distribution network

Wireless torque measurement at the heart of distribution network
The evolution of the UK’s power distribution network holds the key to harnessing the benefits of variable power sources such as wind, tidal and solar farms, as well as numerous other distributed power technologies. But connecting these various sources to the network is not without its challenges, and is the subject of research at the University of Warwick, where a test rig has been built to identify the requirements of a suitable power electronics controller. At the heart of this rig and playing an important part in the research is a wireless torque measurement device from Sensor Technology.
12th December 2018


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