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  • Pressure Gauges-Image
    Pressure Gauges - (1205 companies)
    ...differ. Image Credit: sensorsmag. Compound pressure gauges can display positive and negative pressure readings. Liquid Filled- Liquid filled gauges are filled with a liquid such as glycerin or silicone oil to protect the gauge from the harmful... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Strain Gauges - (119 companies) form the capacitor are relatively unimportant, so capacitance strain gauge materials can be chosen to meet the mechanical requirements. This allows the gauges to be more rugged, providing a significant advantage over resistance strain gauges... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Vacuum Gauges and Instruments - (226 companies)
    How to Select Vacuum Gauges and Instruments. Analog vacuum pressure gauge. Digital vacuum pressure gauge. Vacuum gauge/transmitter. Image Credit: Clark | KOBOLD | Grainger. Vacuum gauges are devices for measuring vacuum or sub-atmospheric pressures... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Digital Pressure Gauges - (329 companies)
    Digital pressure gauges use electronic components to convert applied pressure into usable signals. The gauge readout has a digital numerical display. Image Credit: Century Control Systems, Inc. | Cooper Instruments & Systems | Testo Inc. Digital... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Mechanical Pressure Gauges - (589 companies)
    ...and the capacitance to change. The deflection of the diaphragm causes a change in capacitance that is detected by a bridge circuit. Media. Analog pressure gauges should be selected considering the media and ambient operating conditions. Gauge... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Capacitive Linear Position Sensors - (34 companies) or near the device. A gauge or indicator has an analog display and no electronic output. Devices can tolerate maximum shocks, maximum vibrations, and certain temperature ranges (e.g. -100 to 1832 F). Recorders and totalizerscan be added to collect... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Capacitive Proximity Sensors - (224 companies)
    ...of the sensor as one plate of a capacitor, and the surface of a conductive or dielectric target object as the other. The capacitance varies inversely with the distance between capacitor plates in this arrangement, and a certain value can be set to trigger... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Bore and ID Gages - (204 companies)
    Gages. Electronic gauges use LVDT, capacitance, inductive or other electronic probes to sense the distance or displacement of a contact or stylus.  Mechanical gages such as micrometers, plug gages, and snap gages may employ an integral electronic probe... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Vacuum Sensors - (119 companies)
    ...measure is done with a thermocouple. Pirani vacuum gage. Image Credit: Handbook of Modern Sensors. Ionization gauge- Vacuum gauges which use ions are similar to vacuum tubes. The relationship between the ion current and the filament is a nearly... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Force and Load Sensors - (529 companies)
    ...that are used to measure tension, compression, and shear force. They are available as sensors and sensor elements, instruments and meters, gauges and indicators, and recorders and totalizers. Types of Force and Load Sensors. The GlobalSpec SpecSearch... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Nonetheless, cracking remains a predominant failure mode for these capacitors. The failures usually start as leakage failures and a loss in insulation resistance (IR) or in capacitance. Flexure damage readily appears in large-case-size MLCCs. It is much less obvious in small-case-size MLCCs located...

...diaphragm sensor technology and an advanced digital microprocessor. Based on Baratron capacitance technology, the transducers ensure greater accuracy in lower pressure ranges than strain-gauge-based models. Their compact envelope (125 x 25 mm) and integrated rotatable LED meet the strict footprint...

Software techniques now let ordinary digital multimeters gauge capacitance and inductance with a precision once reserved for expensive test instruments. 1-MHz constant current source and dc bias A simplified block diagram of the FlexDMM shows how software is used to measure the L and C of a DUT...

...control capabilities, including proprietary integrated iMap radial scan technology, which provides incoming film-thickness profile information to control the bulk copper removal profile and endpoint detection. The Model 720 capacitance vacuum gauge, based on the variable capacitive sensor design...

* capacitance systems. * interferometry. * confocal gauges. * laser triangulation. A confocal gauge is a single point measuring probe, which means it is an easier replacement to make on a roundness platform than, for example, an interferometric (areal measurement) gauge. They also offer good lateral...

...including capacitance and backscatter gauging, for in-line measurement of wall thickness. Only ultrasonics has survived the test of time. Similarly, digital systems have replaced the early analog system designs, making what was once a tedious application routine. A benefit of this technology for tubing...

...are the ability to detect level regardless of the fluid composition and the simple (in most cases) installation. Capacitance sensors rely on the different dielectric properties of air and the media to detect level.  With conductive liquids the tank wall and an insulated active electrode form...

...of this machined center. CAPACITANCE. The ability of a component or material to store an electrostatic charge; measured in farads. Because the farad is a very large quantity, capacitance in electronic applications is usually expressed in millionths of a farad (microfarads) or millionths of a millionth...

...of this machined center. CAPACITANCE. The ability of a component or material to store an electrostatic charge; measured in farads. Because the farad is a very large quantity, capacitance in electronic applications is usually expressed in millionths of a farad (microfarads) or millionths of a millionth...

...temperature dependency and manufacturing process-related variation, individual temperature compensation of every single pressure sensor is required. Capacitive Pressure Measurement. The principle of capacitive pressure measurement is based on the measurement of the capacitance of a capacitor, which...

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