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SENSOR+TEST 2021 - The Measurement Fair - 10 - 12 May 2022, Nuremberg, Germany
 
 
Your contact person:
Jeanette Müller
+49 (0)5033 9639-17

Dear Mister/Miss ,

The stream of innovative products and new developments from this year's SENSOR+TEST is not stopping. We are pleased to present to you today once again a top-class selection of the announcements from our exhibitors and hope you enjoy reading them!

With sunny regards from your SENSOR+TEST team

Jeanette Müller

 

Topics of the newsletter

 

FLS122 Air velocity sensor

Flusso launches FLS122 as world’s smallest air velocity sensor.
The FLS122 has a footprint of just 3.5 by 3.5 mm, making it 80% smaller than today’s smallest competitive device.
Flusso’s FLS122 sensor has been specifically developed to enable board-mounted air velocity
measurements for thermal management and filter monitoring in some of the most space-constrained
and challenging environments. It will also help the company further extend its flow sensing offer to
address even more applications within high-volume industrial, medical and...

Flusso Limited, Cambridge (Great Britain)

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Vision-based encoder “ViseJoint” for contactless angular measurement

VISEVI ROBOTICS OFFERS NOVEL VISION-BASED ENCODERS VISEJOINT NOW FOR GENERIC ANGULAR MEASUREMENT APPLICATIONS WITHOUT SENSORS ON THE JOINT. MEASUREMENT OF ONE OR MULTIPLE JOINTS IS PERFORMED REMOTELY, USING A COMPUTER VISION SOFTWARE AND A CAMERA THAT LOOKS ONTO THE JOINTS FROM A DISTANCE.

ViseJoint is a virtual, software-based sensor based on computer vision that measures angular positions of joints (angular encoder). Multiple joints and even kinematic chains are measured simply by looking at them with a camera. Sensing and control works remotely and...

Visevi Robotics GmbH, Munich (Germany)

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The use of a fully integrated precision MEMS gyroscope in a standalone north-finder

Nowadays north-finders based on gyroscopes are used because of their robustness against local Earth magnetic field distortion and independence of electromagnetic transmission. The procedure to determine north direction is based on high-resolution measurements of the earth’s rotational rate and its projection on varying measurement axes. While rotating the sensitive axis of the sensor horizontally to the surface of the earth, the detected rotational rate changes. A maximum or minimum is reached in a north or south orientation. The high resolution and precision needed for this task is currently only achieved by optical gyroscopes or hemispherical resonator gyroscopes. To show that much less expensive and smaller state-of-the-art MEMS gyroscopes are capable of being used in...

Fraunhofer-Institut für Elektronische Nanosysteme ENAS, Chemnitz (Germany)

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AMS 6916 - Mini Pressure Sensor with Ratiometric Analog Output (0.5 - 4.5 V)

The pressure sensors from the AMS 6916 series with analog output are small, precise and versatile. They feature a short circuit protected, ratiometric 0.5 … 4.5 V voltage output with diagnostic functions indicating sensor errors in a compact DIL-package for PCB assembly. Pressure can either be applied by using horizontal or vertical pressure ports.

All AMS 6916 are digitally calibrated, linearized and temperature compensated and achieve a small total error band together with excellent long term stability.

AMS 6916 sensors are available for all pressure types in...

Analog Microelectronics GmbH, Mainz (Germany)

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Flight Termination System with mobile ground station

The market for unmanned aerial vehicles and the number of such devices being developed has grown rapid-ly in recent years.

For these unmanned aerial vehicles (drones, weather rockets, etc.), so-called flight termination systems are required, usually from a weight of 25 kg. In the event of a loss of control or propulsion problems, these systems enable the missile to either land safely, be rescued by parachute or, in order to avoid major damage, be deliberately blown up. The corresponding command is given via a separate, self-sufficient and independently supplied, secure radio link between a ground station and...

Testem GmbH, Alling OT Hoflach (Germany)

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New IR thermopiles available: premium detectors for further gases available from stock

For infrared gas analysis in industry and medical technology we now have new premium products in stock. The MTS two - and four channel detectors in TO39 housing for the measurement of CO2, CO, HC, N2O, NO, SO2, SF6 and other gases each have a particularly high detectivity (up to 6.27*108 cmHz1/2/W) and sensitivity (up to 171 V/W). In our online store you will find IR detectors and IR emitters also as a practical test kit...

Micro-Hybrid Electronic GmbH, Hermsdorf (Germany)

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Forum now also online

For those who didn't make it live via stream or on-site this year: all forum lectures are now available as videos. Registered online visitors have full access to all information on the SENSOR+TEST website.

AMA Service GmbH, Wunstorf (Germany)

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