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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...
SLSUWS1277UW Newark / element14 SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - SLSUWS1277UW - OCCUPANCY SENSOR; ULTRASONIC SINGLE CIRCUIT WALL SWITCH; 120-277VAC
SLSUWD1277UI Newark / element14 SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - SLSUWD1277UI - OCCUPANCY SENSOR; ULTRASONIC DUAL CIRCUIT WALL SWITCH; 120-277VAC
SLSUWS1277UB Newark / element14 SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - SLSUWS1277UB - OCCUPANCY SENSOR; ULTRASONIC SINGLE CIRCUIT WALL SWITCH; 120-277VAC

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  • Safety First with Ultrasonic Sensors (.pdf)
    . occurs or before they produce an arc flash. when the cabinet is opened. Because these. phenomena are characterized by airborne and. structure-borne ultrasonic emissions, they can. be detected by ultrasonic sensors. The instru-. ments have a sensing range of 20-100 kHz, and. use heterodyning
  • Ultrasonic Air Temperature Sensing for Automatic Climate Control - Vehicle Test (.pdf)
    An ultrasonic air temperature sensor, intended to help improve automatic climate control (ACC), has been demonstrated in a vehicle. Ideally, ACC should be based on inputs correlated with thermal comfort. Current ACC systems do not measure the air temperature best correlated to thermal comfort
  • Sensors 101: Baumer Electric Basics
    .” And that, as simple as. it sounds, is proximity sensing in a nutshell. The major technologies in proximity sensing are inductive,. capacitive, photoelectric and ultrasonic. Each has unique. operating principles and capabilities while each are. particularly suited to certain applications
  • Selecting proximity sensors for diverse applications
    . Popular proximity sensor types include inductive, capacitive, and ultrasonic. Although other types, such as optical, radar, and vision sensors are also considered to be proximity sensors, only the inductive, capacitive, and ultrasonic types are included in this article. Because they typically perform
  • Magnetostrictive Level Sensors by David Nyce and Adrian Totten
    . Interface. Magnetostriction. high. low. Yes high. Radar. high. medium. No. high. Ultrasonic. Medium. medium. No. medium. Capacitance. Medium. medium. No. low. TDR. Medium. medium. Yes. medium. Diff Pressure. medium. medium. No. medium. a) Lower non-linearity is better, and means the difference
  • Handling and Load Precautions when using Reed Switches in various Sensor and Relay Applications (.pdf)
    -. mon. Using Ultrasonics. Figure #45. Dropping the Reed Switch on a hard surface can. Another approach to making a connection to a Reed induce several 100 Gs to the contacts many times altering the. Switch is ultrasonic welding. Reed Switch Sensors and switch characteristics. Reed Relays may also
  • Field-Effect Sensors for Fluid Detection Applications (.pdf)
    sensing technology is ideally suited for sump, lift station, underground vault, wet well and storm water fluid level management applications. Field-Effect Sensors for Fluid Detection Applications FiEld-EFFEct SEnSoRS FoR Fluid dEtEction ApplicAtionS. Executive Summary. ultrasonic, and optical
  • Unraveling the Complexities of Level Detection (.pdf)
    to return to the sensor is directly proportional to. the distance of the object. The sensor’s output status is dependent on the. comparison of this time with the setting of the detection zone. Ultrasonic sensors are typically mounted above a container and emit the. pulse downward to detect the level

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