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  • Applications of capacitive measurement
    Described how already further above, that are the main enemies of an " industrial insert of capacitive sensors (1) least signal levels , (2) moisture and dirt as well as (3) electromagnetic St5rungen.
  • Brakes and braking control systems
    They each carries an oberflächenmikromechanischen, capacitive acceleration sensor of least dimension, that can perpendicularly sense Coriolis accelerations in the wafer plane for oscillating direction when the sensor chip at the rotary rate Ω rotates about its vertical axis (images 1 and 2).
  • Driving stabilization systems and driver assistance systems
    They each carries an oberflächenmikromechanischen, capacitive acceleration sensor of least dimension, that can perpendicularly sense Coriolis accelerations in the wafer plane for oscillating direction when the sensor chip at the rotary rate Ω rotates about its vertical axis (images 1 and 2).
  • Signal and rustling analysis with source displacement
    Capacitive sensor 60, 59, with signal voltage source, 59 with signal current source, of 60 Capacitive sensor -amplifiers, 193 coal film resistors 127, 7 collector circuit, direct -current-working point, 127 small signal view 13, 127 noise 142, 129 collector circuit with …
  • Electrical engineering and electronics
    … 145, 170 switchgear 324, 330 switching law 123 by the capacitor 124 by the coil … … protection insulation 333 protection low voltage 333 protective conductors … … 306 Selbsterregung of a direct current machine 231 self … … 241 selective amplifiers 196 sensor 217, 338, 358 servomotor …
  • Electrical measurement
    … 153 secondary circuit 153 secondary coil 151 secondary winding 152, 153 self-inductance 129 sensor of inductive 257 of capacitive 257 serial bus 493 … … 5 signal power significance level 467 signum function 255 … … 267 the measurement of small currents 371 splitting function …
  • Measurement of the acoustics
    … Kammfiltereffekte 159 comb filter appearances 160 cannula tube 652 channel 202 circular channel 667 rectangular channel 663 channel-sound power level 681 channel modes 658 channel method 680 Capacitive transducer 439 causality 501 … … 179 sorting meter 73 small -hammer mill 293 small … … method 686 Noise level 87 force 429 force excitation 505 force initiation over sensor 471 motor vehicle …
  • Engineering Technology Reports, Volume 2: Technology Base FY00
    Two requirements for sensor packages are that the overall package be as small as possible and that the sensors be sensitive enough to measure motion in a near DC- level frequency range. Consequently, capacitive -type micromachined accelerometers are chosen for their miniature size and frequency sensitivity.
  • In‐situ‐Sauerstoffmesszellen for the use in the vacuum. In‐situ of oxygen of sensor for the of use in vacuum
    This advantage showed also by an investigation by that a chamber the longer time until on final pressures in the region of mPa was evacuated and then charged in small stages with pure oxygen with built-in probe. The pressure in the chamber was measured in the lowest region with a Penningröhre (cold-cathode- sensor ), in the average region (> 0,1 Pa) with a capacitive pressure gage (Baratron) and in the upper region (> 100 Pa) by a Piezo-pressure sensor.
  • Parametric study of a polymer-coated fibre-optic humidity sensor
    An application where the limitations of miniature capacitive RH sensors have become evident is in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs). Humidity levels in the gas streams of commercial PEMFCs often need to be controlled to achieve optimal …