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DM163026 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The Low Power Solutions Demonstration board provides designers a convenient and fun way to explore PICmicro ® nanoWatt features within a functional ultrasonic range-finder application. It features the PIC18F4620, Microchip Technology's latest power managed device. The development tool is ideal...

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  • Safety First with Ultrasonic Sensors (.pdf)
    to translate ultrasonic emis-. sions into the audible range. They are. portable, and provide information via head-. phones for the audio signal and on a meter that. displays intensity readings, usually as decibels. They usually contain two sensing heads incor-. porating piezoelectric transducers—a scanning
  • Modern Electronics Meet Turbine Meters
    pressure and ultrasonic flow meters. But unlike these meters, which are dependent upon electronics in order to function, the turbine meter is able to utilize electronics as an enhancement to its performance. The use of a digital transducer such as a turbine meter eliminates temperature sensitive analog
  • Portable Leak Detection Instrument Improves Heat Rate at Electric Power Plant.
    leaks and many other kinds of problems that commonly occur in a power. generating station. Seminole Electric realized several intangible savings from the ultrasonic leak detection. project related to improvements in water cleanliness and reliability. Water chemical. cleanings range in cost depending
  • Methods of Inspection to Determine The Presence of Potential Arc-Flash (.pdf)
    instruments sense be-. tween 20-100 kHz and use heterodyning to translate the. ultrasonic emissions into the audible range. These portable. instruments provide information via headphones for the. audio signal and on a meter to display intensity readings,. usual y in decibels. These hand-held devices usual y
  • How Does a CIP System Work?
    • Capacitance DC 12 + FEC 12 or Levelflex M. that the correct flushing action takes place. Note that. Ultrasonic may work but foam is often present. flow velocity of 5 to 10 ft/sec is common during CIP. • Conductivity transmitter for CIP concentration. This is sometimes overlooked when sizing flow meters
  • Magnetostrictive Level Sensors by David Nyce and Adrian Totten
    . module receives the return pulse from the pickup and stops the timer. The magnitude of the time delay indi-. cates the location of the position magnet. For example, at a measured distance of 1 meter with a waveguide. velocity of 2850 m/s, the time delay would be: 1 meter ÷ 2850 meters/second = 0.35
  • Medical Device Link . Standards, Guidelines, and Recommendations
    protection; risk current; auxiliary output; respiration, leads-off sensing, and active noise suppression; QRS detection, range and accuracy of heart rate meter; alarm system; and special requirements for monitors with ECG waveform display capability. Diagnostic Electrocardiographic Devices (ANSI/AAMI EC11