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  • Application: Linear Distance Measurement Sensor (.pdf)
    Often these measuring devices used a walking device having a wheel that translates circular motion into a linear distance. These devices used a mechanical means to establish the distance. These mechanical devices did not always prove reliable and would often fail at the most inappropriate times.
  • Application: Surveyors Measure Linear Distance - Reed Sensor
    . These devices used a mechanical means to establish the distance. These mechanical devices did not always prove reliable and would often fail at the most inappropriate times. Designers have now chosen. Standex-Meder's reed sensors as an inexpensive. way to accurately measure the linear distance in a very
  • Linear Position Sensor MR/LVI Calibration using SenSet TM Field Programmability
    Alliance Sensors' MR and LVI series Linear Position Sensors offer SenSet TM Field Programmability. SenSet TM allows the installer to very simply and quickly exactly match the full scale electrical output of a sensor to the actual mechanical movement range of the device in which the sensor
  • Ratiometric Measurements in the Context of LVDT-sensor Signal Conditioning
    Ratiometricity is a common approach for measuring analog-sensor signals for the purpose of conditioning and standardizing the signal for proper operation with an industrial control system. In the context of linear-variable differential-transformer (LVDT) signal conditioning, ratiometric measurement
  • IC Temperature Sensor Accuracy Compensation with a PICmicro Microcontroller
    Microchip Technology Inc. provides a number of analog and serial-output Integrated Circuit (IC) temperature sensors. The typical accuracy of these sensors at room temperature is within one degree Celsius. However, at hot or cold temperature extremes, the accuracy decreases non-linearly. Typically
  • Criteria for the Selection of the Proper Distance Sensor Technology
    is the deviation from an ideal linear function (straight line). It is mostly shown in percent of the measurement range final value (Full scale). Response time is the time a sensor requires to rise from 10% to 90% of the maximum signal level. For sensors with digital signal processing this time
  • Sizing and Applying Magnetostrictive Linear Position Sensors
    temperature, pressure, flow, force, or position, for example. The type of measurement and the sensor technology will dictate the set of parameters which are important in specifying and sizing the appropriate sensor. Linear-position sensors measure absolute distance along a motion axis
  • AN505 Hardware Linearization of Non-Linear Signals
    Many sensors used in industry exhibit a deviation from an ideal (linear) relationship between input and output. For example, a given change in temperature does not give rise to the same change in emf for most thermocouples when measured over different temperature ranges. Sensors or signals which

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