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Sensing and Telemetry News

19 Feb 2006

Ultrasonic distance sensors

The new series of P43 ultrasonic distance sensors with small sized housings, narrow ultrasonic beam and short blind zone are opening applications where up to now photoelectric, capacitive or inductive sensors are used.

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31 Jan 2006

Inductive proximity sensors

Inductive proximity sensors for ambient temperatures up to 160 °C are available flush and nonflush in the standard M18 and M30 housings.

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08 Jan 2006

Laser distance sensor

As an addition to their range of laser triangulation sensors, Powelectrics have launched a new long-range laser distance sensor. The LDS 400 operates on the “time of flight” principal and can be used for measuring long distances in applications such as robot manufacturing cells, electronic suspension tracks and for controlling rolling processes in the paper, foil and metal industries.

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17 Nov 2005

Amplifiers that can be located in the hazardous area - flow sensors

The Ex-amplifier SS 400 Ex is designed for use with the thermal transfer flow sensors in areas where possible gas and dust explosions can occur in line with ATEX.

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17 Nov 2005

Compressed air flow monitoring

The new inline sensor series LDN is optimally suited to compressed air flow monitoring and blow-clear systems, or to monitor other non-explosive gas flows. The sensor can generally be used to control, monitor, or log airflows within a temperature range of -20°C to +80°C. The sensor is designed for compressed gases up to 20 bar and reacts quickly to flow changes across a broad range (between 0.5..40 m/s). It is installed in pipes using a standard G¼ threading.

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13 Oct 2005

Laser sensors

The LDS 100 series of laser sensors for measuring distance with meaurements ranges up to 4 metres have a resolution of up to 0.002mm.

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