Products/Services for Fault Detecting Sensor
Fault Detectors and Recorders - (50 companies)Fault detectors and fault recorders are electric power instruments that detect and/or record electrical faults that may happen in power lines. A fault recorder keeps a log about the time, location, intensity of the fault. Fault detectors and fault... Learn More
Safety Sensor Switches - (87 companies)...to manage for sensor safeguarding. To minimize failure and faults during disruption or tampering, the outputs of these sensors are individually linked to a central processing unit and alarm generator circuits by a plurality of redundant signal links... Learn More
Ultrasonic Instruments - (268 companies)
Thermal Imagers - (315 companies)
Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Equipment - (1049 companies)
Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Services - (606 companies)
Predictive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring Systems - (264 companies)...analysis and tribology systems are used to monitor the friction, lubrication and wear of interacting surfaces in relative motion. Motor current signature analysis (MCSA) systems provide information about electrical faults caused by excessive motor... Learn More
Light Curtains - (203 companies)
Ground Fault Relays - (31 companies)
Fiber Optic Fault Locators - (69 companies)
Product News for Fault Detecting Sensor
Detecting Downstream Pressure Changes The Problem. Products such as one-way valves are often designed to open at a certain pressure. Production and test engineers need to know at precisely what pressure the valve starts to open (cracking pressure point). Normal burst testers do not detect the pressure change when the valve starts to open because the cracking pressure is so small. Most leak testers cannot determine the cracking pressure because they use merely one pressure sensor upstream from the product being tested. The upstream... (read more)Browse Leak Testing Equipment Datasheets for Uson, L.P.
Takex America, Inc.
Capable of detecting mirror-like objects CX Series - Threaded Tube End. M18 cylindrical type compatible with European Standards (CENELEC). Polarization reflector type capable of detecting mirror-like objects. Thorough short circuit protection. Water resistance of IP 66 achieved by resin molding. Dramatic improvement of environment resistance including prevention of damage and falling off electronic components caused by vibration and enhanced robustness. Welcome to TAKEX America. TAKEX America, Inc. (formerly known as PULNiX Sensors... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Takex America, Inc.
Smith Systems, Inc.
Digital Speed Sensor, Proximity Speed Sensors . Proximity sensors are used for detecting ferrous and non-ferrous metal. The typical operating frequency range for a proximity sensor is 0 to 2 KHz. Why Smith Systems?. Specialists in difficult applications. The premium manufacturer of OEM and after market. Proven in-service reliability. Factory direct sales and engineering support. Competitive pricing and on-time delivery. Mission Statement. Smith Systems, Inc.is an innovative manufacturer of state-of-the-art sensing products serving the world... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
Bearing Fault Detector The IMI Sensors division of PCB Piezotronics (PCB ®) has released the patented Model 682A05 Bearing Fault Detector (US Patent 6,889,553), an industry exclusive, which senses impacts within rolling element bearings caused by bearing faults. This type of detection provides early warning of typical bearing faults such as cracked races, spalling, brinelling, fatigue failure, looseness, and loss of lubrication. The Bearing Fault Detector uses a patented true peak picking mechanism that is ultra... (read more)Browse Vibration Measurement Instruments and Vibration Analyzers Datasheets for PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
Smith Systems, Inc.
Smart Sensors and Smart Sensor Controls Smith Sytems, Inc. Smart Sensors Include: Stop Motion Sensors. Over / Under Speed Sensors. Quadrature Output Sensors. Rotational Sensors. Smith Systems, Inc. offers a variety of signal processing and control functions including stop motion detection, under/overspeed detection, quadrature output and rotational direction. We specify the appropriate sensing technology depending on the application, then build in the circuitry to provide the control system the necessary signal. Signal conversion... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
Fault Tolerant Gas Detection Control Systems Additional Features: • Modbus addressable for remote displays. Drill floor. Mud Logging Unit. Management Offices. • Modbus addressable for reporting to HMI. • High density data logging. Alarm events. Calibration intervals & data. Real time readings trended to 5 second intervals. Maintenance history (read more)Browse Gas Sensors Datasheets for Detcon, Inc.
Everight Position Technologies Corporation
Linear-Cylinder Position Sensors, Inductive Sensor Linear-Cylinder Position Sensors, Inductive Linear Sensor (P100) from Everight Precision. Durable, high accuracy inductive linear sensor for hydraulic and pneumatic cylinder position feedback. Available in any stroke length from 20 mm up to 600 mm. An intrinsically safe version is available. The P100 Cylinder LIPS (Linear Inductive Position Sensor) is a low cost,durable, high accuracy linear position sensor for hydraulic and pneumatic cylinder position feedback. The sensor uses Positek's novel... (read more)Browse Inductive Linear Position Sensors and Switches Datasheets for Everight Position Technologies Corporation
Everight Position Technologies Corporation
Miniature Rotary Position Sensors, Compact Sensor Miniature Rotary Position Sensors (P501) from Everight Positionn Technologies Corporation. The P501 is a very compact and durable sensor ideally suited to applications which are beyond the capabilities of potentiometers. The P501 RIPS (Rotary Inductive Position Sensor) is a non contact potentiometer which provides outstanding performance and durability for harsh environments.The sensor has been designed for arduous applications. The P501 is very compact and durable and is ideally suited... (read more)Browse Rotary Position Sensors Datasheets for Everight Position Technologies Corporation
Smith Systems, Inc.
Passive Speed Sensor Magna-Tran® sensors mechanical motion to A/C voltage without an external power source. These self-contained magnetic sensors produce a magnetic field which, when in the proximity of ferrous objects in motion, generate a voltage. When a magnetic sensor is mounted in the proximity of a ferrous metal target, such as gear teeth on a rotating shaft, the voltage output frequency is directly proportional to the rotational speed of the target. Typically, lower in maintenance and operating costs than mechanical devices... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
Smith Systems, Inc.
No-Drag Flow Meter Sensors, Proximity Sensor High Quality Low cost Flow Meter Sensors from Smith Sensors. Smith Systems, Inc. proximity sensors can be used for providing "no drag" speed detection in turbine flow meters. These flow sensors can be powered with a wide range of supply voltages and are compatible with digital equipment. These flow sensors project a high frequency field that does not slow the speed of the target. Special self-compensating circuitry has been integrated to provide long term stability. No-drag flow meter sensors... (read more)Browse Proximity Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
Parts by Number for Fault Detecting Sensor
|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|TC655||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Not Provided||by an external ther-mistor (or voltage output temperature sensor) and adjusts a 30% to 100% PWM duty cycle output to the fan with respect to the input temperature voltage. The PWM duty cycle can also be programmed via SMBus to allow fan speed control without the need of an external thermistor. In normal fan...|
|TC664||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Not Provided||by an external ther-mistor (or voltage output temperature sensor) and adjusts a 30% to 100% PWM duty cycle output to the fan with respect to the input temperature voltage. The PWM duty cycle can also be programmed via SMBus to allow fan speed control without the need of an external thermistor. In normal fan...|
|TC654||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Not Provided||by an external ther-mistor (or voltage output temperature sensor) and adjusts a 30% to 100% PWM duty cycle output to the fan with respect to the input temperature voltage. The PWM duty cycle can also be programmed via SMBus to allow fan speed control without the need of an external thermistor. In normal fan...|
|TC665||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Not Provided||by an external ther-mistor (or voltage output temperature sensor) and adjust sa 30% to 100% PWM duty cycle output to the fan with respect to the input temperature voltage. The PWM duty cycle can also be programmed via SMBus to allow fan speed control without the need of an external thermistor. In normal fan...|
|TC653||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Not Provided||The TC652/653 are integrated temperature sensors and brushless DC fan speed controllers with FanSense ™ technology. The TC652/653 measure their junction temperature and control the speed of the fan based on that temperature, making them especially suited for applications in modern electronic...|
...the inverter ground connection through. Ground-fault coordination is achieved by detecting a. the fuse. In an unfaulted system, there will be no current. ground fault, removing or isolating the minimum amount. through this connection; during a ground fault, ground-. of equipment required to clear...
...available that integrate the sensor and signal-conditioning circuitry into a single package. In most motor control systems, several sensors are used to provide feedback information on the motor. These sensors are used in the control loop and to improve the reliability by detecting fault conditions that may...
...an. important role in protecting lives and ensuring safety in the. workplace. The sensor was first used in the 1950's to monitor. oxygen. Years later the technology was expanded and the sensor. became instrumental in detecting and monitoring toxic and. combustible gases. However, the biggest leap...
...are the sensor of choice for. disadvantage that they must be mounted. linearity, these devices represent an. detecting seismic activity like earthquakes. in very close proximity to the bearing. effective and affordable solution. They. and volcanic eruption, but not gearboxes. being monitored which...
...the fluid level in brake fluid reservoirs. · Sensing fluid level in gasoline, oil and other. liquid reservoirs. Figure 3. Brake Fluid Level Sensor activated disabling ABS and dash indicator lamp. · Air conditioner system condensate: detecting. high water levels. · Coolant overflow fluid system sensing. ME...
...does not sit and chatter. · Bilge pump on boats. on and off in rapid succession. The sensor is capable of operating between 0°C. and 90°C. · Sump pumps in basements. The sensor will switch and carry current up to 10 amps DC continuously, with. · Air conditioners detecting high water levels...
...o tput. 25. loop current will "jump" up quickly upon. detecting an impact signal. The loop cur e. r nt. 20. will then begin to "ramp" down unless. another impact event occurs that exce d. e s. 15. the ramp-down signal level. 10. h. T e middle line in figure 2 represents the. output of traditional...
...for detecting machinery. channel acquisition system that can simultaneously acquire. unbalance, and offer a simplified approach for on-line fault. all responses. Sequential acquisition requires that a (fixed). detection in operating machinery. reference response be acquired, and that cross-channel...
...and carriages. 4) Automatically detecting the speed of running train. 5) Reading train number information from Automatic Equipment Identification (AEI). system directly. 6) Automatically building the datasheet that Train Inspection Institute uses. frequently. 7) Intelligent identification to some faults. 8...
...excursions from acceptable processing, detecting faults with minimal false alarms. At the fab where this study was conducted, the control package was installed on an Endura 5500 from Applied Materials (Santa Clara, CA) through the tool's secondary SECS port. The tool was equipped with two aluminum-silicon...
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