Products/Services for Opposition Effect
Hall Effect Position Sensors - (65 companies)
Hall Effect Proximity Sensors - (98 companies)
No Image AvailableFailure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Software - (16 companies)Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) software is used to track trends, generate statistics such as mean time between failure (MTBF), and determine the root causes of field failures (usually for products covered by a manufacturer 's warranty... Learn More
Junction Field-Effect Transistors (JFET) - (70 companies)
Magnetic Proximity Sensors - (244 companies)
RF Switches - (247 companies)
Magnetic Field Instruments - (152 companies)
Gas Discharge Tubes (GDT) - (52 companies)
Magnetic Field Sensors - (72 companies)
Electrical and EMC Testing Services - (399 companies)
Product News for Opposition Effect
National Photocolor Corp.
Using Interference Effects with Pellicles Interference effects can be used to optimize performance for single angle/single wavelength applications. For example an Uncoated Pellicle can be selected to transmit 85% or 99%+ for unpolarized light. The selection process can also be used for coated Pellicles and for P and S polarization applications. National Photocolor Corporation. National Photocolor Corporation is a manufacturer of off-the-shelf and custom pellicles. We offer a broad selection of pellicle beamsplitters, filters... (read more)Browse Pellicle Beamsplitters Datasheets for National Photocolor Corp.
Arthur G. Russell
Failure Mode And Effects Analysis. The Arthur G. Russell Company, Inc. Bristol, CT USA. The Arthur G. Russell Company has a 50 year history of building high-quality assembly process machinery for the health-care industry. Utilizing our resource base we can work with you to deliver a new product to the marketplace in an accelerated time frame. This can be accomplished in stages beginning with laboratory prototype equipment production lines and progressing through scale up into high-volume production as market demands increase. We... (read more)
CST - Computer Simulation Technology
Simulate Cosite Interference Effects with EMIT With EMIT, engineers can predict cosite intereference and analyze multi-antenna platforms in complex RF environments such as commercial aircrafts and UAVs . Together with CST STUDIO SUITE ®, the software tool can help engineers to analyze and mitigate interference effects and build up a complete system-level picture of potential problems through rapid identification and root-cause analysis of EMI issues. The international distribution agreement of EMIT between CST and Delcross... (read more)Browse Antenna Design Software Datasheets for CST - Computer Simulation Technology
United Electric Controls Company
High Shock & Vibration Effects on Instrumentation The One Series electronic pressure and temperature switches from United Electric Controls have been designed with no moving parts to withstand severe shock and vibration, eliminating false trips. The circuit boards are conformal coated and encased in epoxy, creating a barrier against the effects of shock, vibration and moisture. Using an extremely low displacement (0.0005 inches3) piezo resistive pressure sensor design eliminates the need for bellows, pistons, linkages and switch contacts... (read more)Browse Pressure Switches Datasheets for United Electric Controls Company
Color and Effects from SABIC Innovative Plastics ColorXpress* Services help deliver the right colors and effects, in the right place, at the right time, every time. Here you can develop custom colors, select from thousands of existing colors, and match your target for branding or aesthetics. Learn about engineering thermoplastics here. (read more)Browse Thermoplastics and Thermoplastic Materials Datasheets for SABIC
Thermon Manufacturing Co.
Skin Effect Heating Systems The versatility of the system makes it ideal for temperature maintenance, freeze protection and heat-up applications. (read more)Browse Industrial Heaters Datasheets for Thermon Manufacturing Co.
American Bearing Manufacturers Association
Effect of Geometry on Roller Bearing Performance ABMA's 2013 webinar series continues with the Effects of Geometry on Roller Bearing Performance at 1 p.m. EDT Sept. 19. This webinar will provide an introduction to roller and raceway contact geometry and their impact on bearing performance as well as an overview of maximum contact stress and highlight the differences between line and point contact, center and edge stresses, raceway profile variations and their impact on bearing life. Click here to register for the webinar. (read more)
Magnetic Sensors Corporation
Custom Hall Effect Proximity Sensors Utilizing hall effect technology, MSC Proximity Switches include on-board current amplifiers to accommodate switching currents up to 2 amps at 12 volts DC. MSC non-contact proximity switches are typically activated by an external magnet, however they can be configured for activation by ferrous target. (read more)
Custom Hall Effect Position Sensors New patented SKF® Sensor-Bearing Units provide compact and cost-effective solutions to ascertain the precise motion status of rotating or axially traveling components in open-loop and closed-loop motion control systems. These "intelligent" bearings can reliably record number of revolutions, speed, direction of rotation, relative position/counting, and acceleration or deceleration. SKF Sensor-Bearing Units are available in a wide range of bore sizes and dimensions. Customized units can be... (read more)
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...and diminutive size require that component tolerances be tighter than those of many other products. A key factor in the safety of these devices is impedance, the opposition to ac current flow offered by a device or circuit. A complex value made up of resistance, inductance, and capacitance, impedance can help...
...these gains did not come easily or without opposition. Even as analyzers began to infiltrate laboratory processes and preanalytics and as line systems hit the market, many people thought their use would be restricted to academic institutions or large reference labs. A common initial reaction was to see...
...resistivity (also referred to as bulk resistivity) is measured resistance through the sample mass. It is an indicator of how well a conductive additive is dispersed, and is expressed as ohm-centimeter. Electrical resistance is defined as opposition to the flow of electricity. The EOS/ESD Association...
...is at its greatest distance from Earth, the resolution of the HST Planetary Camera is comparable to that obtainable from ground based observatories only when Mars is closest to Earth (opposition). This makes HST an ideal instrument for monitoring long-term changes on Mars throughout the red planet's 1.8...
...techniques. Magnetic Noise: Comes from large AC motors, transformers, and knife switches, and can set up current flows in opposition to the instrument. The simplest and best means of eliminating magnetic noise is through the use of twisted pair signal wiring. Common Mode Noise: Results from current flowing...
...attached to the moving part. A simplified electrical schematic is shown in the figure. The secondary coils A and B are connected in series opposition so that the two voltages VA and VB have opposite phase and the transducer output is VA-VB. If the core is in the centre position then voltages...
...used to make it, a conventional LVDT has a primary winding and two identical secondary windings that are often connected in series opposition as shown in Figure 1 below. The electrical output of an LVDT as a function of its core's position is shown in Figure 2 below. Note that the plot of its AC...
...but was excluded because of industry opposition and the difficulty of verifying the legitimacy of its use. The European Commission has reserved the right to introduce this symbol in the future, however. * The marking system will be voluntary in the following sense. Member states are required to ensure...
...in. that is fabricated using silicon processing. Piezo means. the position of mechanical arm or the level of liquid in a. pressure, resistance means opposition to a DC current. tube. flow. Since piezoresistive pressure sensors are fabri-. Electrically excited pressure sensors are most syner-. cated...
...offset in opposition to the internal. Phase I -- Input Integration. offsets. Causes the integration capacitor to charge at a rate determined. This phase is the place to recall the count obtained in Step 4. by the input voltage. The duration of this phase is a fixed amount. (Phase II), then calculate...
Engineering Web Search: Opposition Effect
Inductor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At higher frequencies, resistance and resistive losses in inductors grow due to skin effect in the inductor's winding wires.
Electrical resistance and conductance - Wikipedia, the free...
The electrical resistance of an electrical conductor is the opposition to the passage of an electric current through that conductor; the inverse
[5.05 Coherent Backscatter Opposition Effect from Scratches...
[5.05 Coherent Backscatter Opposition Effect from Scratches on Solid Surfaces
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This latter phenomenon is known as the "opposition effect." Spectacular examples include the eyes of a cat, which seem to glow brightly when they are
Opposition party calls the decision a "humiliating back down."
4. The extinction coefficient and the opposition effect.
Ge 151a: Fundamentals of Planetary Surfaces - Lecture
Opposition Effect Bond Albedo; Phase Integral; Geometric and Normal Albedo; Photometric Functions
Ge 151a: Fundamentals of Planetary Surfaces - Tutorials
the observer this can lead to a surge in brightness known as the opposition effect, which we'll talk about later.
Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (Stanford...
A few years later Albert Einstein used this discovery in his explanation of the photoelectric effect.