Vacuum Sensors

(119 companies)
Vacuum sensors are devices for measuring vacuum or sub-atmospheric pressures.

Piezoelectric Sensors

(57 companies)
Piezoelectric sensors measure the electrical potential caused by applying mechanical force to a piezoelectric material. They are used in a variety of pressure-sensing applications.

UV Sensors

(64 companies)
UV sensors are designed to measure the power or intensity of incident ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Color Sensors

(95 companies)
Color sensors register items by contrast, true color, or translucent index. True color sensors are based on one of the color models, most commonly the RGB model (red, green, blue).

Photoelectric Sensors

(438 companies)
Photoelectric sensors use emitters and receivers to detect the presence, absence, or distance of target objects.

Current Sensors

(270 companies)
Current sensors measure AC and/or DC current levels. They receive current inputs and provide outputs as analog voltage signals, analog current levels, switches, or audible signals.

Biometric Sensor Chips

(20 companies)
Biometric sensors are semiconductors with embedded algorithms that are used in security systems or environments for user authentication.

Touch Screen Sensors

(92 companies)
Touch screen sensors are composed of a transparent touch surface surrounded by a sensor array that provides positional information to a processor.
Opacity sensors and instruments measure the amount of light transmitted through a sample.

Collision Sensors

(14 companies)
Collision sensors are used to protect robots from colliding with other objects. Noncontact sensors are used to help robots avoid these collisions.
Electrical inductance sensors measure the inductance of an electrical component or system.

Safety Sensor Switches

(95 companies)
Safety sensor switches are placed in enclosures to prevent accidental contact with live electrical connections.

Leaf Wetness Sensors

(12 companies)
Leaf wetness sensors are used to detect the presence of surface moisture.
Electrical charge sensors measure electrical charge.

Force and Load Sensors

(530 companies)
Force and load sensors covers electrical sensing devices used to measure tension, compression, and shear forces.