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  • Medical Device Link . Selecting Low-Pressure Sensors for Medical Electronics Applications Lower pressure ranges in piezoresistive sensors offer medical electronics designers more options for customizing sensor solutions.
    , this is a rare occurrence and, more often than not, the user is forced to determine how the sensor will perform at pressures above or below the specified range. The smallest. Selecting Low-Pressure Sensors for Medical Electronics Applications (MEM archive, Oct 98). Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]. Medical
  • A Simple Frequency Response Function
    This article will attempt to explain the basic theory of the frequency response function. This basic theory will then be used to calculate the frequency response function between two points on a structure using an accelerometer to measure the response and a force gauge hammer to measure
  • Development of Electromotive Force
    . These functions are performed (in brush-type motors) by the brushes and commutator of the motor. A Single Coil DC Motor. Figure 4 illustrates one method by which the commutation function might be accomplished. Rather than hard wiring the current source to the coil, the current is conducted through sliding
  • Inertial Sensor Theory 101
    acceleration and tilt from DC through a specified frequency. Inertial Sensor Theory 101. Jewell Instruments. Sensors, Meters, Avionic Instrumentation, Tools. Sensors Controls. Geophysical/Tech Sensors. Precision Linear Angular Accelerometers. Force Balanced Quartz Flexure Accelerometers. Precision
  • An Advanced Steering Wheel Sensor
    A steering wheel sensor combining thick film conductive plastic and a. novel optoelectronics technology outputs both analog and digital data. for use by the General Motors StabiliTRAK system. Sensors - February 2000 - An Advanced Steering Wheel Sensor. An Advanced Steering Wheel Sensor A steering
  • Force/torque sensors help industrial robots make the right moves
    results. A robot arm fitted with a force/torque sensor checks actuation forces on an automobile cruise-control switch. Industrial robots perform myriad tasks including electronic and mechanical assembly, product testing, and material handling. On-board force/torque (F/T) sensors help robots verify
  • Studying Muscle Forces in an MRI Environment
    Mag Design & Engineering (MD&E) prototypes devices that researchers use to study human brain function and human bone joints. Their services range from computer hardware configuration and assembly to image processing to statistical analysis. MD&E is using FlexiForce sensors to record muscle activity
  • Medical Device Link . Sensors and Transducers
    industry observers note that sensors are assuming more responsibility in both therapeutic and manufacturing processes. David Baines, marketing director at City Technology Ltd. (Portsmouth, UK), sees sensors becoming smaller while manufacturers ask them to take on more functions. "Specifically

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