Products/Services for Car Collision Sensors

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    Collision Sensors - (14 companies)
    ...control unit, which cuts power to the robot. Noncontact collision sensors are used to help robots avoid collisions. Mechanical collision sensors are spring-loaded devices that automatically trip when a vertical or lateral force is applied. Typically... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Collision Avoidance Sensors - (24 companies)
    ...sensors are used to prevent collision of automatic guided vehicles with either to some other vehicle or person moving on the road. A proximity sensor is mounted either in the front or at the back of automatic guided vehicles. Collision avoidance sensors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Collision Avoidance Systems - (22 companies)
    Collision avoidance systems are designed to prevent or reduce the severity of vehicle collisions by providing aural and visual warnings to operators, or by proactively executing defensive maneuvers such as braking when a there is a possibility... Learn More
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    Video Cameras - (1651 companies) prevalent in the 20th Century. Modern devices capture images digitally, via the means of an image sensor. Image sensors turn visible light into electronic signals with information to determine the signal's organization when the picture... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Pressure Sensitive Safety Edges and Safety Bumpers - (46 companies)
    Pressure-sensitive safety edges and safety bumpers are machine safeguarding devices that sense changes in pressure. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Light Sensor Chips - (32 companies)
    Light sensor chips convert light into electrical signals which are then conditioned to produce a desired electrical output. They are sometimes called light-to-frequency chips, light-to-voltage chips, or ambient light sensors. Light sensor chips... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Sensor Accessories - (62 companies)
    Sensor accessories including mounts, sensor cables and sensor adapters are components specifically engineered for holding/positioning sensors or connecting sensors to sensor systems or instruments. Sensor Accessories Information. Sensor accessories... Learn More
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    Radar Systems and Products - (174 companies)
    ...the signal and receive the signal reflected from a moving car. Radar systems and radar products are used extensively in military, defense, and transportation applications. Commercial airliners use a radar product to warn of approaching obstacles or enable air... Learn More
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    Pressure Sensors - (1095 companies)
    How Pressure Sensors Work. Sensor Technology. Selection Criteria. Performance Specifications. Maximum Pressure. Pressure Reference. Engineering Units. Accuracy. Pressure Conditions. Mechanical Considerations. Physical Constraints. Media. Process... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Tilt Sensors - (130 companies)
    ...whereas full motion would use three or more axis and additional sensors. Segway Transporters use tilt sensors to adapt to user movement. Image Credit: Tilt Sensors Construction. The way a tilt sensor works depends upon its type... Search by Specification | Learn More

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...other vehicles that the car is slowing down and/or is going to stop. Generally, in the past, these latter two items have used electromechanical sensors that sense the brake pedal motion and does not disengage the cruise control, the engine will continue to race forward raising the possibility...

In the SAVE-U system, radar sensors and cameras installed on the front bumper detect pedestrians or cyclists in the car's path and initiate braking if a collision is likely. In the European Union, where reportedly 9,000 people die and 200,000 are injured every year in car-pedestrian or car...

Mercedes' integrated safety concept spans from accident prevention to occupant protection in severe collisions. Safer and sleeker. The newly redesigned Mercedes C-Class arrives on U.S. shores this fall. Head restraints with an angle adjustment give better support which reduces the risk of neck...

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