Products/Services for Parking Sensor Electronic

  • Parking Control Systems and Products-Image
    Parking Control Systems and Products - (96 companies)
    ...entered a garage. A garage parking system consists of ultrasonic sensors, which measure the distance between the bumper of a car and walls or other objects, and turns on lights to indicate where to stop. Parking control systems and products are designed... Learn More
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    Sensor Accessories - (62 companies)
    Sensor accessories including mounts, sensor cables and sensor adapters are components specifically engineered for holding/positioning sensors or connecting sensors to sensor systems or instruments. Sensor Accessories Information. Sensor accessories... Learn More
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    Proximity Sensors - (922 companies)
    ...proximity sensors. References. MachineDesign - Proximity sensors: The difference between the four main types. Omron Industrial Automation - Proximity sensing (basic guide). Image credits: elobau sensor technology, inc. | Omron Industrial Automation... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Ultrasonic Linear Position Sensors and Switches - (84 companies)
    ...their operating zone to bounce a signal. How Ultrasonic Linear Position Sensors and Switches Work. Ultrasonic linear position sensors transmit a short burst of ultrasonic sound toward a target. When the sound is reflected, it returns to the sensor... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Scrubbers (cleaning tools) - (174 companies)
    ...electronic sensors to maintain brush pressure on floors, even on irregular surfaces. Large scrubbers are used to clean roads and parking lots, and may also incorporate a sweeping mechanism. A sweeper scrubber machine includes a combination of dry brushes... Learn More

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Conduct Research, get their name from the use of electronic multiplexing to check individual magnetic sensors in the read head. The technique works well on spans ranging from a few dozen feet to 1.7 km. The first application for Pomux was on large overhead cranes. Some of the more common uses today include...

...gear when I manually shifted down to conserve the brakes. The system kept gearing back up to third and even fourth, accelerating to speeds of 40 mph. This felt too fast for taking hairpins even though the GTI sports next-generation electronic stabilization.It uses sophisticated yaw and position sensors...

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