Posts Tagged ‘Sensors’


Air Flow Sensor, Etc. About Five Cars With Sensors

Friday, March 17th, 2017

Car Sensor A car computer system input devices, which run the car in various conditions of information, such as speed, temperature of various media, Engine Operating conditions, etc. into the computer lost the telecommunications number to the engine in top working condition. Many vehicle sensors to determine when the sensor malfunction should not only consider the sensor itself, but should consider the failure of the entire circuit. Therefore, to find fault, in addition to check the sensors, we should also check the wiring harness, connectors and sensors and electronic control unit of the circuit between. Now we come to know about the car’s main sensor.

Eeonyx Leading Innovation Through Pioneering Fabric Pressure Sensors

Monday, May 30th, 2016

In the high- tech San Francisco Bay Area is a company that is the epitome of industrial innovation. Created in 1995, the Eeonyx Corporation, offers an advanced product line-up including textiles, foams, felts and powders that each offer specifiable degrees of conductivity. The company’s innovative offerings have been applied cross a broad range of industries.

From military applications, within static-controlled clean rooms, and for antennas; to applications for traditional commercial clientele, Eeonyx products are held in high regard for their flexibility of usage. Indeed, company engineers are constantly discovering applications for these superb products. Eeonyx’s proprietary, conductive coating technology forms the core element of their extensive array of products. Their current product catalogue includes Eeonomer composites [? ], EeonTex textiles, EeonFoam lossy foams, EeonFelt broadband absorbing felts, EeonStat fabric for clean room garments, and EeonYarn electro-conductive yarns.

Piezoelectric Graphene Ink Enables Thin-Film Pressure Sensors of Any Size

Friday, March 18th, 2016

Piezoelectric Graphene Ink Enables Thin-Film Pressure Sensors of Any Size
UK-based Haydale Graphene Industries Plc has established itself over the years as one of the go-to companies if you wanted graphene to have just the right properties for the device you were aiming to develop. If you wanted the graphene to have high …
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Media Isolated OEM Pressure Sensor
The 86BSD, from AMSYS (Germany), is a media compatible, piezo resistive silicon pressure sensor packaged in a 316L stainless steel housing with a diameter of 15.8mm. This 14-bit digital output pressure sensor supports I2C and SPI interface protocols, …
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Liquid level sensors: Great tool to measure the pressure across the flowing fluid

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

There are different ways through which you can measure the level of liquid. Sensors are specifically designed to accomplish this in an effective manner.

LG G5 Rumors: Device to Have 4K Display, Fingerprint Sensors & Wireless

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

LG G5 Rumors: Device to Have 4K Display, Fingerprint Sensors & Wireless
LG G5 Updates also pointed that the device, which will use the post-marshmallow 2016 Android Operating System, will have a barometer, compass, dustproof, heart rate, shockproof, Peripheral capillary oxygen saturation or spo2, and thermometer sensors.
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Thermometer-like device could help diagnose heart attacks
A facile method was developed for the detection of Troponin I (TnI) using dendritic platinum nanoparticles and capillary tube indicators. Dendritic platinum nanoparticles were functionalized with TnI antibodies, which were used to capture TnI in human …
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Global Temperature Sensors Market – Growth, Trends & Forecasts (2014-2020)

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

Global Temperature Sensors Market – Growth, Trends & Forecasts (2014-2020)
NEW YORK, July 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The temperature sensors market is expected to increase to $ 5.49 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 5.48% over the period 2014-2020. Temperature sensing has been gaining importance, particularly in R&D and …
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TDK develops high temperature sensor
TDK has unveiled an NTC sensor element designed for measuring temperatures up to 650°C, which can be used in exhaust gas recirculation systems. It is based on a high-temperature ceramic sensor element which is connected to a metallised aluminium …
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Global Temperature Sensors (Bimetallic, IC, Thermistor, RTD, Thermocouple, IR

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Global Temperature Sensors (Bimetallic, IC, Thermistor, RTD, Thermocouple, IR
Growing end-users applications have contributed to the growth prospects of the temperature sensor market. Over the last few years, the market has seen a tremendous growth in terms of technological advancements, increasing automation needs, and …
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Temperature Sensors Market Worth .05 Billion by 2020
According to a new market research report "Temperature Sensors Market by Type (Bimetallic, IC, Thermistor, RTD, Thermocouple, IR, Fiber Optic), Applications (Consumer, Power, Automotive, Petrochemicals, Aerospace & Defense, Healthcare, Industrial, …
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Temperature Sensors 101 Thermocouples

Friday, April 10th, 2015

http://www.sorinc.com/products/product-category/temperature-sensors/) All thermocouple elements (unless other wise specified) are constructed using a metallic sheath and high purity mineral…

Wimoto launches “Motes” range of tiny, weatherproof smart sensors with crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo

Monday, March 2nd, 2015


Markham, Ontario (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

Wimoto Motes are tiny (about the size of a stack of five quarters) weatherproof sensors that can be stuck unobtrusively just about anywhere. They operate for up to a year on a single battery and wirelessly send information back to an app for iPhone and iPad, with support for Samsung Android devices arriving later this summer. There is also a toolkit allowing owners of computers with Bluetooth 4.0 support to write their own software for them.