Detecting landmines and other buried objects might become easier with a new laser-based sensor being developed at the University of Mississippi.
NewTek’s LVDT linear position sensors are designed to withstand high temperatures as well as shock and vibration.
Korean researchers have developed artificial skin tactile sensors that can feel the similar pressure and vibration felt by human skin.
Wireless sensor from ALTA measures vibration and frequency on three axes and can be powered by replaceable batteries or a power line supply.
ShakeAlert and a new tiny Rohm module help detect when the Earth moves underfoot
An accelerometer measures the rate of change of an object’s velocity to monitor its movement.
System performs simultaneous calibrations of as many as eight accelerometers from 10 Hz to 4 kHz.
Silicon Designs adds new G-ranges, end-user features to lower-cost MEMS inertial accelerometer family.
Rugged sensor provides high accuracy, repeatability, and a high input range.
This introduction to noncontact displacement sensors will be helpful to anyone who's thinking about adding one or more inductive, ultrasonic, or optical devices to an automated manufacturing operation.