Milwaukee Cylinder

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  • Overview – What is Rod Locking
  • Why Used/ Applications
  • Types of Rod Locking
  • How Rod Locking operates
  • Typical Circuits
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Sensoronix, Inc.

Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic field created by a ferrous target. Hall-Effect Zero speed sensors provide very precise measurements of movement even at zero speed which makes the Hall-Effect zero speed sensors ideal for speed measurements. Hall-effect zero speed sensors provide digital output with constant amplitude signal regardless of variation of t... Read more...

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Sensoronix, Inc.

Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic fields and thus provide precise measurements of speed and direction. Output #1 is digital square wave and measures the speed of target wheel or gear. Output #2 is a DC level that when the target wheel rotates clockwise, the output signal # 2 produces logic High, and when the target wheel rotates counter clockwise, the o... Read more...

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Jewell Instruments, LLC

Installed as a string of vertical or horizontal sensors inside inclinometer casing, or by direct burial, this instrument provides a continuous record of ground displacement. Fiberglass rods connect the sensors inside the casing, and fins or universal pivots couple the sensors to the casing walls. Read more...

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Jewell Instruments, LLC

The Tuff Tilt 420 combines precision, long-term stability and rugged durability in a compact and reliable instrument. The internal sensing element is a gravity referenced ceramic tilt sensor that delivers a high dynamic range and the best resolution of any sensor in its class. Housed in a weatherproof enclosure, this tiltmeter may be used outdoors and in other wet environments. Read more...

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Jewell Instruments, LLC

Jewell Instruments is proud to introduce nine new families of low-cost MEMS inclinometers. Models span from 0.05° to temperature compensated 0.0005° resolution, allowing customers to match price to performance across a broad range of applications. Read more...

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Sensoronix, Inc.

The collapse of magnetic field due to the interruption by a ferrous gear tooth provides an analog signal output (sine wave) that does not require an outside power source. Variable reluctance sensor or Mag-pickup is suitable for speed sensing with a range from 30 to 1000 inches per second with a target gear from one tooth per revolution to 32 pitch gear. Read more...

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Jewell Instruments, LLC

Introducing the JMI-100/200 inclinometer series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ MEMS sensor line. This versatile, lightweight and robust sensor is a low-cost alternative to most traditional inclinometers. Read more...

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Sensoronix, Inc.

The New 1/4- 40” (6.3mm) Diameter Series Hall Effect Sensors by Sensoronix

  • Date Released: 9/1/2015
  • Product Category:Hall Effect Zero Speed Sensor
  • Part Number: HS220 - 410
  • Other Categories Available: Proximity , Position
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Jewell Instruments, LLC

Introducing the JDI-100/200 inclinometer series, the latest addition to Jewell Instruments’ group of MEMS sensors. Made in-house, this ruggedized inclinometer includes digital output and full temperature compensation across all measuring ranges which enables the unit to perform to 0.005° accuracy. Read more...

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