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  • Article - 24 Aug 2017
    Temperature is measured by an infrared intemperature probe by detecting the infrared energy produced by all materials which are at temperatures higher than absolute zero, (0 °K).
  • Article - 18 Jul 2017
    Highly accurate production monitoring and thickness measurement is essential in the production process, and it can be ensured using laser line sensors.
  • Article - 14 Feb 2017
    RTD Sensors (Resistance Temperature Detectors) are temperature sensors that contain a resistor that alters resistance value as its temperature changes.
  • Article - 30 Jan 2017
    Strip thickness is an important parameter in the production of aluminum strips as it is significant for further processing.
  • Article - 31 Mar 2015
    Optical, ultrasonic and capacitive sensors are the three major kinds of label sensor technologies used for automated pressure sensitive label applications. Capacitive sensors are of two types: single...
  • Article - 12 Mar 2015
    Modern developments in precision tools such as precision machining tools and metrology instrumentation have realized extraordinarily high levels of precision. Thermal effects can impact the accuracy...
  • Article - 3 Feb 2014
    Image sensors, which are often used to track physiological biometrics, have been undergoing some changes. Recent advancements in the technology have led to the increased prevalence of CMOS imaging...
  • Article - 27 Sep 2013
    A piezoelectric accelerometer utilizes the piezoelectric effect of certain materials to measure dynamic changes in mechanical variables such as mechanical shock, vibration and acceleration.
  • Article - 27 Sep 2013
    A position sensor is any device used for measuring the distance traveled by the body starting from its reference position. It measures linear or angular position in reference to a fixed point or...
  • Article - 26 Sep 2013
    An inclinometer or clinometer is an instrument used for measuring angles of slope/tilt and elevation/depression of an object with respect to gravity.
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