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  • The PRIMA fringe sensor unit
    The fringe sensor unit (FSU) is the central element of the phase referenced imaging and micro-arcsecond astrometry (PRIMA) dual-feed facility and provides fringe sensing for all observation modes, comprising off-axis fringe tracking, phase referenced imaging, and high-accuracy narrow-angle
  • MICRO: Characterizing an electrochemical oxygen sensor for process gas monitoring applications
    An advance in sensor technology has led to the development of an oxygen sensor with parts per billion level sensitivity and a low electrolyte evaporation rate. Ultra-high-purity (UHP) bulkgases undergo stringent quality checks and their distribution systems are always qualified prior
  • Colour Comparison Between Parking Sensor and Body Shell
    Car attachments such as parking sensors are painted. separately. However, during assembly there must be no. difference in colour between the parking sensor and the bumper, which means the two colours must be identical. The colorSENSOR LT-2-DU sensor from Micro-Epsilon enables a direct colour
  • MICRO: Products In Action
    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD; Austin, TX) recently retrofitted a 15-year-old Anelva 1015 sputtering system with new optical character recognition (OCR) sensor technology. The retrofit was done to demonstrate the feasibility of integrating a stand-alone, in situ wafer identification system
  • Application: Telecomm Animal Tracking Devices - Reed Sensor
    are added to a collar or can be implanted. into the animal. A micro reed sensor, which draws no power, in these thrifty battery powered devices, is used to extract information from the micro-circuitry.
  • Field Evaluations of a Damped MEMS Shock Sensor
    Results from pyrotechnic, penetration and metal-to-metal impact field. evaluations are presented which prove the performance of a new piezoresistive. (PR) shock accelerometer. The micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). sensor incorporates sufficient squeeze-film damping to reduce resonant
  • Development of a Damped Piezoresistive MEMS High Shock Sensor
    Piezoresistive (PR) silicon accelerometers with micro-electromechanical systems. (MEMS) technology are preferred in many high shock impact measurements. These. devices exploit the strength of single crystal silicon (SCS) along with the minimal zero. shifting associated with PR sensors. However
  • MICRO:
    and students. the 40 most popular products of 2000, including wafer shipping boxes, transport robots, lithography tools, copper-cleaning products, mass-flow controllers, wafer dryers, copper-stripping systems, and an array of valves, regulators, sensors, pumps, and detectors. Silicon Valley plugs

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