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D6F-P0001A1 Digi-Key Omron Electronics Inc-EMC Div Sensors, Transducers SENSOR FLOW TYPE 0.1 LPM MICRO
D6F-01A1-110 Digi-Key Omron Electronics Inc-EMC Div Sensors, Transducers SENSOR AIR FLOW TYPE 0-1LTR PLST
D6F-05N2-000 Digi-Key Omron Electronics Inc-EMC Div Sensors, Transducers SENSOR GAS FLOW TYPE 0-5LTR METL

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  • Case Study: Float Switch Technology Replacement with Electronic Sensor for Cost Reduction
    that the M18 mounting thread and the electrical configuration could not change. There were an number of issues -. Fluid Sensing & Control | Gas Sensors | Speed & Position Sensors | Sensor Designs | Case Studies. Site Map. Fluid Sensing & Control. Liquid Level Sensors. Pressure Sensors. Temperature Sensors. Gas
  • Medical Device Link . Electronic Pressure Control In Medical Tubing Extrusion
    . Photo: Davis-Standard Corp. To satisfy these increasingly stringent demands, extrusion equipment has evolved into computer-driven systems that rely heavily on electronic sensors and controls. Temperatures are routinely controlled electronically within tight limits. Dimensional-measurement systems
  • Sensor Sense: Capacitive Touch Sensors
    application of capacitive touch sensors can be traced back to 1919 when Leonard Theremin built the first electronic musical instrument. The Theremin uses body capacitance to change the frequency of two oscillator pairs in heterodyne. Musicians play the Theremin by waving their hands in front of two
  • Sensor Sense: IP ratings for sensors
    of outside variables such as temperature fluctuations. Proximity sensors and other electronic sensing devices are typically rated between IP65 and IP69K. In this case, the first numeral "6 " indicates that the equipment is dusttight. The second numeral rates the amount of water ingress allowed: signifies
  • Reed Sensors vs. Hall Effect Sensors (.pdf)
    interesting advantages are observed when comparing the reed sensor technology to the Hall effect technology. ./a7e8c72d-2775-44f7-ba24-ccce559d3c0a MEDER electronic. SENSOR vs. HALL EFFECT. Reed Sensors vs. Hall Effect Sensors. Since their introduction several years ago, the Hall ef-. is operated
  • Sensitivity of Contact Electronic Throttle Control Sensor to Control System Variation (.pdf)
    The purpose of this paper is to improve the understanding of the advantages of a non-contact electronic throttle control (ETC) air control valve position sensor over the potentiometer technology of contacting position sensors. The non-contact position sensing offers the industry an opportunity
  • Sensor Sense: Hall-effect current sensors
    feeds an electronic circuit that checks it for control or overload sensing. A new generation of small Hall-effect-based current sensors simplify the task. Hall-effect devices measure current via the intensity of the magnetic field generated by the current flow. Of course, higher currents produce
  • Sensor Sense: Grayscale Versus Color Vision Sensors
    The imager chip in a grayscale vision sensor acts like thousands of electronic light meters that measure light levels at specific points across an area. The light-sensitive elements, called photosites, create an electrical signal proportional to the amount of light striking that element. All

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