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SENSOR+TEST 2021 - The Measurement Fair - 10 - 12 May 2022, Nuremberg, Germany
 
 
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Dear Mister/Miss ,

Welcome to the already 17th newsletter of SENSOR+TEST 2022. Also today we have compiled a mixture of topics from the sensor and measurement industry. We hope you enjoy the selection. In addition to the highlights of SENSOR+TEST 2022, we also have a preview of 2023 for you: the Call for Papers of Sensor and Measurement Science International (SMSI). Enjoy reading!

With best regards from your SENSOR+TEST team

Jeanette Müller

 

Topics of the newsletter

 

Low impact load cell based on Carbon Nanotubes

In modern production, more and more sensors are used to measure important process variables. The use of force sensors in machine tools usually requires high stiffness combined with high sensitivity. Equally, more and more low-power sensors are required. Fraunhofer ENAS is investigating a novel force probe that uses integrated carbon nanotube (CNT) forests. The working principle is based on...

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

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dydaqlog – the IIoT Data Logger – new version

High-accuracy data acquisition + usability + connectivity = dydaqlog.
Our dydaqlog data logger unites the advantages of flexible adjustable sensor inputs, accurate and reliable data recording with simple, intuitive setup and operation, as well as seamless connectivity to industrial cloud solutions.

The measured data are available anytime, anywhere in the Industrial Internet of Things IIoT. 16 analogue inputs can measure voltage and current and can directly be connected to Thermocouples, resistor-type thermometers and...

gbm mbH, Mönchengladbach (Germany)

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MPS SENS – 2 and 4 channel detectors for NDIR gas measurement

Our premium pyroelectric sensors are specially designed to measure NDIR gas concentrations. The highly sensitive and
long-term stable detectors with analyze up to 4 gases with matching optical narrow band pass filters.

Our pyro detectors are based on MEMS technology. They consist of a...

Micro-Hybrid Electronic GmbH, Hermsdorf (Germany)

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gle/HBR-105-S-V2 - Portable Radio Telemetry Relay Unit

gle/HBR-105-S-V2 is a robust and compact unit mainly designed for Radio Telemetry Relay applications where a maximum efficiency and reliability is required.
It is housed in a watertight, crushproof, and dustproof case with convenient handle for transportation.
At the heart of the unit are state of the art digital RF receiver and transmitter, available to cover almost all the telemetry bands, modulations and supporting very high bitrates with a wide choice of...

Greenlake Engineering Srl, Como (Italy)

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Even greater Number of Mating Cycles with the Push-Pull Connector Y-Circ P with Protection Rating IP68

The waterproof T-series of the Y-Circ P push-pull circular connector family from Yamaichi Electronics has now been qualified for up to 5,000 mating cycles. In addition, the connectors are now available in size 09, 12, 15 and 18.

Yamaichi Electronics is continuously expanding the Y-Circ P circular connector portfolio. The successfully introduced T-series offers protection against permanent immersion in water and is now available in four sizes (outer diameters 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 18mm). All connectors have been tested and qualified in the in-house laboratory for 48h at 1m water depth and thus correspond to the protection degree IP68.

The robust locking allows...

Yamaichi Electronics Deutschland GmbH, Aschheim-Dornach (Germany)

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Camera-based sensors for contactless measurement of tactile data

VISEVI ROBOTICS OFFERS NOVEL VISION-BASED SENSORS FOR CONTACTLESS MEASUREMENT OF TACTILE DATA (“SENSE OF TOUCH”). NO SENSOR IS REQUIRED AT THE LOCATION OF MEASUREMENT. INSTEAD, A COMPUTER VISION SOFTWARE DERIVES FORCES REMOTELY BY LOOKING AT A PASSIVE ELASTIC ELEMENT.

Tactile sensors provide a pressure or contact profile, similar to touch we feel along our fingers. They are essential for adaptive and sensitive grasping. Visevi’s camera-based solution uses a...

Visevi Robotics GmbH, Munich (Germany)

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SMSI - Call for papers

The short paper submission period for the SMSI 2023 Conference has just started.
Scientists from the research fields of sensors, measurement technology and metrology are cordially invited to submit a short paper until 15 November 2022. Subsequently, all contributions will be reviewed and evaluated. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings at the start of the conference. Those who wish to publish even more pages of their research results, can have an extended manuscript published in the Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems (JSSS) after the SMSI 2023 Conference.
For all latest news such as conference content, background information and special offers for participation follow us on LinkedIn at "read more".

AMA Service GmbH, Wunstorf (Germany)

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