This New Ultrasonic sensor for Gas Flow Measurement from Morgan Advanced Materials is intended to transmit and receive ultrasonic waves across a gas channel for Time Of Flight measurement of gas flow. Using 2 or 3 of these transducers, in applications such as Smart Metering of natural gas, can provide flow information in 1, 2 or 3 dimensions or air-coupled level sensing of liquids and so... Read more...More Product Announcements from Morgan Advanced Materials
Morgan Advanced Materials presents its Ultrasonic Flow Sensors, ideal for applications including smart metering of heat energy and water meters. This transducer is intended to transmit and receive ultrasonic waves across a liquid channel for Time of Flight or Doppler shift flow measurement of water. Read more...More Product Announcements from Morgan Advanced Materials
Morgan Advanced Materials has introduced a new dual wideband piezo composite frequency transducer for a range of marine applications including depth sounding, fish finding or guidance and Doppler speed metering. A key advantage of the new 09222/000 transducer is that it offers wideband dual frequency operation through the same slot. Read more...More Product Announcements from Morgan Advanced Materials
Nanometer Precision in the Smallest Space MICROMO is pleased to announce the arrival of the Piezo LEGS LC20 Caliper Motor. The LC20 Caliper Motor is designed for integration in linear stages. Its extremely compact size and direct drive makes it ideal for high precision motorized stages. With this piezo motor solution, it is possible to fit your complete motion system... Read more...More Product Announcements from MICROMO
The M-663 Piline™ piezo motor stage is the smallest closed-loop ultrasonic linear piezomotor-driven translation stage with linear encoder (100 nanometer resolution). It combines the advantages of piezo-motor drives with PI precision micro mechanics. PI offers miniature open-loop ultrasonic linear motor driven stages as small as ~9x6x2 mm (model P-652). Read more...More Product Announcements from PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P.