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With low power and "Internet of Things" devices expanding into many industries, design engineers are challenged like never before to enhance product capabilities while reducing size. Honeywell ABP Series sensors can help you meet these aggressive goals - saving board space, costs and design time while delivering a wonderful combination of performance, precision and flexibility.
How can Honeywell help make your high volume medical (consumer and non-consumer) devices and commercial appliance designs better, smaller and more cost-effective? At just 5 mm x 5 mm, the MicroPressure sensor is ideal for applications that require greater accuracy, a digital output and application-specific
MicroPressure sensors provide true performance over the compensated temperature range, which minimizes the need to test and calibrate every sensor, thereby potentially reducing manufacturing cost; improves sensor accuracy and offers ease of sensor interchangeability due to minimal part-to-part variation. Meets IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020D.1 Moisture Sensitivity Level 1 requirements.
Jack, a design engineer at a heavy equipment company, introduces the new inertial measurement unit from Honeywell - the Transportation Attitude Reference Sensor, or TARS-IMU, and describes its value and benefits.
TARS-IMU enables autonomous vehicle characteristics and enhanced efficiency and productivity by reporting key data required to automate and monitor movements of vehicle systems and components. The sensor fusion algorithm can be customized for specific vehicle applications through onboard firmware, allowing movement data to be filtered for extraneous environment and vehicle movements.
The Honeywell HPM Series Particle Sensor is a laser-based sensor which uses the light scattering method to detect and count particles in the concentration range of 0 μg/m3 to 1,000 μg/m3 in a given environment. A laser light source illuminates a particle as it is pulled through the detection chamber. As particles pass through the laser beam, the light source becomes obscured and is recorded on the photo or light detector. The light is then analyzed and converted to an electrical signal providing particulate size and quantity to calculate concentrations in real time. The Honeywell particle sensor provides information on the particle concentration for given particle concentration range.
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Across the world, changes in refrigerants to lower global warming potential are driving new requirements and designs for manufacturers - creating heightened safety around alternative, flammable refrigerants. Honeywell's V15W2 basic switch is IEC Ex certified to be used in explosive environments. It's well suited for enabling safe, repeatable switch performance in high-volume applications.
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