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  • 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
  • Wireless Sensor Network Aids Travelers in Parking Their Cars and Trucks
    Wireless Sensor Network Finds Parking Spots Users of a UCLA parking garage just check their cell phones for updates on vacancies. * Microprocessors within the sensors determine the type of sensed event, and whether to update the mainframe database. * Wireless sensors transmit data only on a valid
  • Proposed Amendments to Division B, Part 6 - Parking Garages
    OBC Ontario Building Code Reference to CO sensor requirements.
  • Wireless sensor networks are coming to a machine near you
    A wireless I/O control cabinet from Opto22, Temecula, Calif. A wireless access point from Symbol Technologies, Holtsville, N.Y. An RF ID tag used by Siemens Dematic USA, Grand Rapids, Mich. A Nokia phone displaying parking information via SMS messaging, as implemented with Opto22 wireless controls
  • Closed-loop motor control: An introduction to rotary resolvers and encoders
    Is your motor spinning at the intended rate? Closed-loop motor control systems continue to answer this question, as there tends to be a closed-loop system implemented wherever a motor spins. Whether the end system is an automobile (assisted parallel parking with computer controlled steering
  • Measuring the long haul
    . But where stainless tape is punched with a coded pattern and read by an optical sensor, the new method makes use of an extruded aluminum profile containing buried magnets. A special Hall-effect sensor detects the magnets and determines absolute position. These position multiplexer encoders, or Pomux
  • Did You Know? Carbon Monoxide Sensors Do Not Detect Diesel Exhaust?
    Popular uses of carbon monoxide sensors in the building automation industry involve monitoring vehicle exhaust. Sensors are commonly installed in parking garages to monitor carbon monoxide levels and provide an input signal for a ventilation control system or building automation system. This system

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