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  • Tilt Sensors-Image
    Tilt Sensors - (125 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: Tradenote.net. Tilt Sensors Construction. The way a tilt sensor works depends upon its type... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Torque Sensors - (186 companies)
    Temperature compensation prevents measurement error due to temperature increases or decreases. Technology of Torque Sensors. The technology of torque sensors can be magnetoelastic, piezoelectric, and strain gauge. A magnetoelastic torque sensor detects changes... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Linear Position Sensors - (752 companies)
    ...performance specifications, output types, and various features. Types of Linear Position Sensors. There are a variety of different linear position sensor technologies for industrial buyers to distinguish between during selection. Capacitance sensors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hall Effect Position Sensors - (65 companies)
    ...field sensor. This video reviews the Hall effect: Video Credit: Sensorlytics. This video demonstrates a Hall effect sensor interacting to various magnets: Video Credit: KJ Magnetics Products. Types of Hall Effect Position Sensors. Hall effect position... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hall Effect Proximity Sensors - (97 companies)
    Hall effect proximity sensors are used to detect the proximity, presence or absence of a magnetic object using a critical distance. How to Select Hall Effect Proximity Sensors. Hall effect sensor. Image Credit: MSC & elobau. Hall effect proximity... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Absolute Rotary Encoders - (288 companies)
    ...circumference is lined with magnetic poles. The drum turns against a magnetic sensor, which then relays an electric signal indicating the drum's position. Magnetic encoders are relatively new devices and are expensive compared to optical encoders. They do... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Force and Torque Instruments - (314 companies)
    Force and torque instruments are used to measure force, weight or torque. Some can measure force and torque by changing the sensor / transducer. Force and torque instruments are used to measure force, weight or torque. Some can measure force... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Magnetic Field Sensors - (74 companies)
    ...instrument. SQUID stands for superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUID). Sensor Performance. Selecting magnetic field sensors requires an analysis of performance specifications. Flux density, the total measurement range in gauss (G), often... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Magnetic Sensor Chips - (42 companies)
    ...sensor chips have separate sensors for the X and Y magnetic axes. 3D magnetic sensor chips have separate sensors for the X, Y and Z axes. In some devices or systems, the sensor elements for measuring magnetic fields are combined with light sensors... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Dynamometers - (90 companies)
    ...dynamometers will typically have speed and power feedback for performance testing and monitoring. Typical features include encoders or other speed / position sensors, torque arms, and reaction sensors. Common dynamometer interfaces include integral control... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...with engine cam and crank position sensing. Non-automotive applications use magnetic encoders over other technologies such as optical to overcome problems associated with dust, moisture, shock, vibration, operating temperature, high speeds, wear, etc. Magnetic Alternative to Optical Encoders - Phoenix...

...on the. instead of discrete IC accelerometer to measure the. principle that some ferromagnetic materials have a. instantaneous angular velocity of the engine crankshaft. magnetic permeability, which is a significant function of. This sensor comprises multi-turn wire coil, which will. stress, a phenomenon...

...of the magnet is very important for Hall sensors. Latching sensors require both a North and a South magnetic pole. The sensor is activated (output lead conducting to ground) by the South pole and deactivated by the North pole. Nonlatching "switch " sensors are activated by the South pole. The pole should...

...contain a small, diametrically polarized magnet and a custom ASIC with an array of Hall-effect sensors. The sensors generate a voltage when exposed to a magnetic flux field. The ASIC detects the changing magnetic field and cancels any magnetic interference. The encoders come in seven to 13-bit models...

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