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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
T6615-R12 Allied Electronics, Inc. AMPHENOL ADVANCED SENSORS Not Provided Sensor;Air Quality;Diffusion, 12 Second Rate;0-2K PPM
T6615-10K Allied Electronics, Inc. AMPHENOL ADVANCED SENSORS Not Provided Sensor;Air Quality;Dual Channel Diffusion;0-10K PPM
T6615 Allied Electronics, Inc. AMPHENOL ADVANCED SENSORS Not Provided Sensor;Air Quality;Dual Channel Diffusion;0-2K PPM
GP2Y1001AU Digi-Key Sharp Microelectronics Sensors, Transducers SENSOR AIR DUST QUALITY
GP2Y1010AU Digi-Key Sharp Microelectronics Sensors, Transducers SENSOR AIR QUALITY DUST

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    that operate at temperatures up to 250 C. A growing assortment of sensors under development for the automotive industry produces real-time data about emissions, intake air temperature and humidity levels, tire traction, and oil pressure. Mounted under the hood and body of vehicles, these sensors
  • Infrared Sensor Technology and its Impact on HVAC CO2 Measurement Accuracy
    Modern ventilation systems recirculate indoor air in order to minimize the amount of. energy required to treat outside air. Using carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors as indoor air. quality indicators helps to ensure a fresh outside air supply to building occupants while. simultaneously optimizing energy
  • Sensor reeling technology
    Voith-Sulzer Paper Technology Heidenheim, Germany With ever increasing machine speeds and improved paper qualities the demands on reeling equipment is continuously increasing. Today, reeling problems and in consequence remarkable production losses can be found throughout the paper industry. Often
  • Advances in Gas Sensors for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Systems | by Jon Foreman and Chris Holt | F C T | September 2005 | 7MS.com
    T E C H N I C A L A R T I C L E Advances in Gas Sensors for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Systems Jon Foreman and Chris Holt Safe and effective operation of fuel cells requires the use of a wide variety of chemical sensors to measure the quality and composition of the fuel and to sense the release of any
  • Lithium-Air Batteries Battery Safety/Quality Testing Rechargeable Lithium Batteries Fuel Cells, Fuel Processing and Storage
    The 43rd Power Sources Conference was co-sponsored by the Army Power Division, U.S. Army CERDEC at Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey, and the Sensors and Electronic Devices Directorate at the Army Research Lab in Adelphi, Maryland. Once again the event saw participation from a variety of companies offering
  • Available Gas Concentration, Sensors, Probes & Connectors
    An unsatisfactory room air quality of indoor rooms (e.g. in offices) can easily cause tiredness, poor powers of concentration and even diseases to people. Indicator for the room air quality is the concentration of specific gases in air. The most important ones include: ?? Carbon dioxide (CO2
  • Using Veris CO2 Sensors in LEED Certification
    LEED certification credits include a number of indoor environmental criteria. To. satisfy the requirements for these credits and earn the corresponding LEED points, a. building owner or BAS designer must show that their interior climate control system. is capable of continuously monitoring air
  • What's Controlling Your Ventilation?
    , carbon monoxide sensors, and carbon dioxide sensors. These are understandable, but what is this new VOC sensor we are reading about that senses not a specific gas, but actually monitors "indoor air quality"? How does it work? Does it work? What does it sense? How is it applied?

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