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SENSOR+TEST 2019 - The Measurement Fair - 25 - 27 June 2019, Nuremberg, Germany
 
 
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Jeanette Müller
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Dear Mister/Miss ,

Welcome to the 6th edition of the SENSOR+TEST newsletter this year.
Today we present to you amongst other things a new flexible quick test for thermal properties and a fast, High-Resolution 3D Motion and Deformation Sensor. We
included more interesting articles from Sensata Technologies, the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, TDK Micronas and of course the AMA
Service GmbH.
Enjoy reading!

With kind regards from your SENSOR+TEST team

Jeanette Müller

 

Topics of the newsletter

 

Sensata Technologies Introduces Multi-Turn Absolute Encoders for Smart Industrial Applications

Sensata Technologies (NYSE:ST), an industrial technology company and a leading provider of sensors, today introduced the availability of MHM5 and MHK5 Absolute Multi-Turn encoders with either Ethernet/IP or ProfiNet interfaces for Factory 4.0 applications. To provide additional design flexibility, these encoders are available in either shafted (MHM5) or blind shaft (MHK5) configurations.
These model MH encoders provide up to...

Sensata Technologies Holland B.V., Hengelo (The Netherlands), Hall 1, Booth 1-555

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Optical filters in CMOS for cost-effective chip size spectrometers

At Sensor+Test 2019, the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS will present a cost-effective technology for chip size spectrometers with more than ten spectral channels.
Due to high costs, sensors with more than six spectral channels will currently not be used. This means that these sensors are neither used in applications such as mobile-consumer-products, large-area precision farming nor…

Fraunhofer-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen und Systeme IIS, Erlangen (Germany), Hall 5, Booth 5-248

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New entry-level linear Hall-effect sensor with SENT output

TDK Corporation (TSE 6762) expands its Micronas linear Hall-effect sensor portfolio with the programmable HAL 1890 supporting the latest SENT protocol according to SAE J2716 Rev. 4. The HAL 1890 now comes with digital output signal supervision and is as small, robust, and cost-effective as the already existing HAL 188x variants. The HAL 1890 is...

TDK-Micronas GmbH, Freiburg (Germany), Hall 1,
Booth 1-204

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TOCS - flexible quick test for thermal properties

Determination of thermal material properties of gels and pastes up to liquids is highly challenging. Especially thermal conductivity and diffusivity are often determined analytically. TOCS utilizes the 3-omega method for determination of both material parameters and specializes for thermal characterization of liquid to viscuous sample material.
The TOCS measurement system is…

Berliner Nanotest und Design GmbH, Berlin (Germany), Hall 5, Booth 5-156

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ARAMIS SRX: Fast, High-Resolution 3D Motion and Deformation Sensor

With the new ARAMIS SRX system, GOM extends its range of 3D sensors for dynamic measurement of 3D coordinates, 3D displacements and surface strains. The ARAMIS systems are non-contact and material-independent measuring systems based on digital image correlation (DIC). They provide information on the properties of the used materials and the behavior of the resulting parts under load. The results form the basis for...

GOM GmbH, Braunschweig (Germany), Hall 1, Booth 1-112

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Save your ticket

Be there in Nuremberg from the 25.-27.06.2019.
Catch up on the latest technologies and trends in the field of sensors and measurement technologies.
Use the presence of the companies on site and start the innovation dialog. The exhibitors and we look forward to
welcoming you in Nuremberg at SENSOR+TEST 2019.
Just click the link, register and start networking!

AMA Service GmbH, Wunstorf (Germany)
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