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  • High Speed Cameras-Image
    High Speed Cameras - (129 companies)
    ...are regularly manufactured with exceptional shutter speeds. A high velocity object may be blurred in the image if the shutter does not adequately integrate the light on the sensor. This is from multiple line pairs (in colored, filtered sensors) registering... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Level Sensors - (1098 companies) the speed of light. FMCW techniques can be found in Doppler systems. Microwave sensors are executed at different frequencies. Generally, the higher the frequency, the more accurate and expensive the sensor. Non-contact technology. Microwave sensors are used... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Incremental Rotary Encoders - (387 companies)
    Incremental rotary encoders are multi-turn sensors that use optical, mechanical, or magnetic index-counting for angular measurement. They contain no absolute reference, but instead count relative to the turn-on position. How to Select Incremental... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    DC Motors - (1186 companies)
    ...complex and costly speed control. This makes DC motors better suited for equipment ranging from 12VDC systems in automobiles to conveyor motors, both which require fine speed control for a range of speeds above and below the rated speeds. When... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Industrial Homogenizers - (73 companies)
    Industrial homogenizers are high-speed, high-shear mixers that reduce samples to a uniform-size through maceration, cutting, and blending. They are used to process liquids, slurries, or granular substances. Product specifications for industrial... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Video Cameras - (1651 companies)
    ...credits: Wikimedia; eHow. Newer model video capture devices have done away with the analog film prevalent in the 20th Century. Modern devices capture images digitally, via the means of an image sensor. Image sensors turn visible light into electronic... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Magnetic Speed Sensors - (142 companies)
    ...not require an external power source. When a magnetic surface is passed in close proximity to the sensor, a small voltage is induced. Hall Effect magnetic speed sensors function by passing a current through a semiconductor material. When a magnetic... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Gears - (592 companies)
    Gears are rotating mechanical devices employing 'teeth' in order to transmit torque between separate axes. Two or more cooperating gears are called a transmission and can produce a mechanical advantage by changing speed, torque or rotation direction... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Industrial Mixers - (1105 companies)
    ...or channels that are mounted in pipes. Turbine mixers include a wide range of general-purpose mixing equipment, operating at reduced speeds via an enclosed gear drive, with one or more multi-bladed impellers mounted on an overhung shaft. Industrial Paddle... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Planetary Mixers - (63 companies)
    ...period of time. Additional specifications for planetary mixers include mixer location, mix rate and motor speed, operating temperature and pressure, and application. There are four choices for mixer location: in-line, top entry, side entry, and bottom... Search by Specification | Learn More
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speed. limitation here. In older systems with 8-bit counters, this could be a real limitation; in our. system, this would yield a top speed of about 12 mm/sec. Electronic Sensor Interpolation. Increasingly, manufacturers of incremental sensors are turning to electronic interpolation. techniques...

The bearings of simple machines are often very accessible, allowing the use of magnetic mounting the sensor, thus avoiding the cost of permanently mounting a separate sensor for each measurement location. Microsoft Word - Sensors _2_.doc Sensor selection for monitoring. complex extrusion...

This manuscript describes optical MEMS (or MOEMS)-based microsensors for near wall boundary layer flow and particle field analysis. The sensors have been developed to measure a variety of parameters including flow velocity, surface speed, skin friction, and particle sizing. The surface mounted...

...field. The magnetic field can be altered by sequentially energizing or "stepping" the stator coils which generates rotary motion. Stepper Motor Theory. Chinese | German | Korean SEARCH Admin. Home. About Us. News. Events. Contact. Support. FAQs. LINEAR ACTUATORS. Hybrid... meet a design objective maximum operating speed of 18,000 rpm resulted in a rotor with a 5 1. 0 in. bearing span and 5. 0 in. diameter tilting pod journal bearings. This. configuration yielded a design with projected bearing loads of less than 25 psi, and journal surface speeds that could approach...

...surface, much like the world appears flat from the average person’s vantage point. Key Advantages of a Capacitance Sensor. In addition to accuracy and speed, capacitance sensors offer a number of highly useful advantages in a manufacturing environment. As it turns out, several of these advantages fit...

speed of 18000 rpm resulted in a rotor with a 51.0 in bearing span and 5.0 in diameter tilting pad. journal bearings. This configuration yielded a design with projected bearing loads of less than 25 psi, and. journal surface speeds that could approach 400 ft/sec. Under these conditions...

Welcome to "Calculating Response Time," a tutorial in which you will learn how to determine the required sensor response for your application. You will find this tutorial useful if you: * Have high-speed sensing events. * May purchase a sensing system. * Have a general interest in sensing theory...

...braking current to regulate DC bus The BLDC motor is usually operated with one or more voltage. rotor position sensors since the electrical excitation Commutation scheme allows up to 30° phase must be synchronous to the rotor position. For reasons advance to be linearly introduced as the speed of cost...

...capacitance systems, their operating principle and application. ./1c2ac371-b03b-4620-a58e-0b8d11e08e1a ApplicAtion note. Capacitance Sensing Theory. 1) Introduction. Capacitive sensors can be divided into two categories based upon their performance and intended use. High resolution ca...

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