CSIRO researchers have developed a new groundwater sensor system that it says will make environmental monitoring faster, more reliable and less labour intensive for the resources industry. SENSEI is an advanced in-situ sensor system that gives mining operators and water managers real-time data to monitor and manage groundwater impacts efficiently and faster than ever before. … Continue reading CSIRO develops new groundwater sensor system
Sensirion is introducing the SCD30 – a humidity, temperature and carbon dioxide concentration sensor. CMOSens technology for IR detection enables highly accurate carbon dioxide measurement. Along with the NDIR measurement technology for CO2 detection, a best-in-class Sensirion humidity and temperature sensor is also integrated on the same sensor module. Ambient humidity and temperature can be … Continue reading Sensor for highly accurate carbon dioxide measurement
Sensirion, a provider of environmental and flow sensor solutions, has released the STS35 temperature. The high-accuracy temperature sensor has been designed to fulfill the needs of demanding markets such as the medical and automotive sectors. Typical applications include body temperature measurement and temperature control. The new STS35 temperature sensor is a high-end model in the … Continue reading Sensirion releases new temperature sensor
Hoffmann + Krippner has announced a new product addition to its redesigned, user-friendly online shop. In addition to Sensofoil linear and rotary membrane potentiometers, cleanroom/medical keyboards and emPC A/RPI Industrial PCs, the shop now features inelta LVDT linear displacement sensors. The new online inelta portfolio ranges from standard and miniature displacement sensors to sensors with … Continue reading Sensors now available for purchase online
The Dynisco SPX-T (3-Series) smart melt pressure transmitters with a 4-20mA output has some unique temperature compensation circuitry (Dynisco has termed this feature DynaLarity), which delivers accurate pressure measurement under high processing temperatures. It is also said to improve on pressure measurement errors and low/zero pressure applied, too. The SPX-T smart melt pressure transmitter is … Continue reading Melt pressure transmitters with unique circuitry
Nanusens has announced that its CMOS nano-sensor technology has been successfully used to solve the problem of stiction in MEMS inertial sensors, which is a major source of failure for this type of sensor. “Our first silicon nano-sensor samples from Globalfoundries exceeded our expectations showing outstanding resilience to stiction, with the devices going through more … Continue reading Nano-sensor technology solves problem of stiction
Hoffmann-Krippner has released the EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group) certified hygienic mounting kit for PiL’s P53 Steel Head ultrasonic sensors. This new, off the shelf, hygienic sensor solution has been designed for the food and beverage sector and chemical and pharmaceutical industries – suitable for any manufacturing/ assembly/ bottling/ packaging system that requires … Continue reading Durable ultrasonic sensors for hygienic requirements
Hoffmann-Krippner has announced the availability of the EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group) certified hygienic mounting kit for PiL’s P53 Steel Head ultrasonic sensors. This new, off-the-shelf, hygienic sensor solution has been designed for the chemical, pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries – suitable for any manufacturing/assembly/bottling/packaging system that requires a clean and hygienic … Continue reading Sensor for chemical and pharmaceutical industries
Routine sensor replacement is a necessary maintenance step in continuous online pH monitoring. The Sensorex SD7500 Universal Differential pH Probe extends the working lifetime of sensors, reducing maintenance frequency, without compromising accuracy and reliability, according to the manufacturer. Universal compatibility with virtually any brand of conventional pH transmitter enables an upgrade of existing sensors for … Continue reading Universal differential pH water quality sensors
Michell Instruments is partnering with VSL, the national metrology institute of The Netherlands, on a jointly EU and EURAMET funded project to increase the use of energy from renewable sources. The European Community has set a target for 20 per cent of its energy consumption to come from renewable sources by 2020. One of the … Continue reading Securing energy for the future
Futek has announced its TTF series of reaction torque sensors, which are combined with a servo motor for smooth and steady motion in robotic armatures where complex repetitive tasks are required.
Sound waves could be used to hack into critical sensors in a broad array of technologies including smartphones, automobiles, medical devices and the Internet of Things, according to research from University of Michigan.
Electro Chemical Devices has announced the Triton TR6 Turbidity Sensor, which measures turbidity or suspended solids and can be combined with ECD’s two-channel C22 Analyser to monitor pH, ORP, DO, conductivity, plon and more.
Engineers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany have developed a new concept for current and voltage sensors for batteries that could be used in electric vehicles (EV).
STMicroelectronics has announced SensorTile, which at 13.5mm x 13.5mm, the company claims is currently the smallest turnkey sensor board of its kind.
Bestech Australia has introduced the capaNCDT 6110, a compact single-channel system capable of thickness, coordinates, level, tilt and vibration measurements.
Quanergy Energy Systems has announced that it has received the CES 2017 ‘Best of Innovation’ Award in the vehicle intelligence category for its S3 solid state LiDAR sensor.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced the Temposonics E-Series EP2 position sensor, which provides high durability and precise position measurement feedback in harsh industrial environments.
Bestech Australia has introduced a high precision torque sensor designed for both static and dynamic measurements on non-rotating applications.
BAE Systems has developed handheld electronic warfare technology that can detect and identify multiple interfering signals, such as jammers or enemy communication signals.