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LG01-2000A090 Newark / element14 SENSIRION Not Provided SENSIRION - LG01-2000A090 - LIQUID FLOW SWITCH/BUBBLE DETECTOR; 3BAR
LG01-2000A005 Newark / element14 SENSIRION Not Provided SENSIRION - LG01-2000A005 - LIQUID FLOW SWITCH/BUBBLE DETECTOR; 3BAR
WFD80 Radwell System Sensor Sensors & Switches, Flow Meter WATERFLOW DETECTOR FOR 8INCH PIPE
R9R45741064 Radwell Yamatake Sensors & Switches, Flow Meter FLOW METER DETECTOR 292.5A
KID10B0015PL21SY Radwell Honeywell Sensors & Switches, Flow Meter FLOW METER DETECTOR 292.5A
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  • Ultrasonic Leak Detectors
    Ultrasonic leak detectors also called sonic or choked flow detectors are the most widely recognized source of ultrasonic vibrations. The turbulent flow of a fluid across a pressure boundary creates acoustic waves that the ultrasonic leak detector picks up. These waves can be transmitted through
  • Pyroelectric Detectors
    , the crystal is heated and causes the dipole moment to change. The changing of this dipole moment causes a current to flow. When using pyroelectrics, care must be taken not to exceed the maximum pulse width or the maximum repetition rate.
  • Basic Principles of Silicon Detectors
    an electron from the valence to the conduction band, is incident upon the detector, the resulting accumulation of charge leads to a flow of current in an attached circuit. Since light is not the only source of energy that can excite an electron, detectors will produce some amount of current
  • Detector Tube Measurements from Pressurized Systems
    can increase the flow rate through the tube dramatically over that of the factory calibration conditions. This can cause the tube to overstate or read high, due to the reduced contact time between the target gas and the reaction layer. Some percentage of the reaction layer is missed, and the target
  • Technical Bulletin: Detector Tube Listing for Matheson-Kitagawa Toxic Gas Detector System
    them. (2) Insert the detector tube into the pump's sample inlet, with the air flow arrow pointing toward the pump. (3) Line up the red dots on the pump shaft and pump end collar, and pull the pump handle all the way out. The handle automatically locks and the pump begins to draw a 100cc sample
  • Sensor Design Key Advantage In Thermal Mass Flow Meter Performance
    Immersible thermal sensors are finding growing acceptance in the gas flow measurement field. By using two Platinum Resistance Temperature Detectors (PRTDs) immersed in a stream of flowing gas, modern thermal flow meters can directly measure mass flow, without the need for temperature or pressure
  • Advances in Thermal Dispersion Mass Flow Meter Accuracy (.pdf)
    . That led designers to adopt the use of more robust and more consistently manufactured (RTD's) Resistance Temperature Detectors. RTD-based flow sensors were quickly categorized and associated with earlier delta temperature devices and became part of the Thermal flow sensor design family.
  • Software Uses In-Road Detectors To Alleviate Traffic Jams
    road crews discover traffic jams three times faster than before, allowing them to clear accidents and restore traffic flow before many other drivers would be delayed. This technology could also provide drivers with the information they need to plan efficient routes, and even improve future road

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