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SENSOR+TEST 2021 - The Measurement Fair - 10 - 12 May 2022, Nuremberg, Germany
 
 
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Jeanette Müller
+49 (0)5033 9639-14

Dear Mister/Miss ,

Welcome to the 20th newsletter of SENSOR+TEST 2022. There is still no end to the stream of innovative news from the fields of sensor and measurement technology. Enjoy reading!

With best regards from your SENSOR+TEST team

Jeanette Müller

 

Topics of the newsletter

 

Ultra-miniaturised pressure sensors

Curious about World's smallest pressure sensors? We offer ultra-miniaturized pressure sensors from 1,2 mm. and ranging up to 185°C for harsh environments and demanding applications.

Today's industrial manufactures face many technical and engineering challenges. Developed products that better integrate within structures with less flow disruption are absolutely crucial. Reliable and highly accurate micro pressure sensors are essential for industries lilke…

Althen GmbH, Mess- und Sensortechnik, Kelkheim (Germany)

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CeraLink® - Compact capacitors in EIA 2220 size

TDK Corporation (TSE:6762) has expanded its tried-and-tested range of CeraLink capacitors. Previously, only large, ready-to-fit sizes were available. Now, smaller versions with the classic chip design are included in the portfolio in order to increase the areas of application. The new portfolio starts with the EIA 2220 size, measuring 5.7 x 5 x 1.4 mm, is intended for 500 V, and offers a capacitance of 250 nF with very low parasitic coefficients. The new capacitors with the ordering code B58043* are available with both standard and soft termination. TDK will add further designs and voltage classes in the future.

At room temperature, the ESR at 1 MHz is only 40 m?, and the ESL is 3 nH, with the values even lower at…

TDK Corporation, Munich (Germany)

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Electrochemical Analytic Chip

The measurement of voltage and current is essential in electrochemical analysis for determining chemical compounds in solution and their concentrations. Electrodes made of gold or platinum, in combination with reference electrodes such as Ag/AgCl , are often used for this application. A typical disadvantage of conventional measurement setups is the need for at least 20 ml of analyte, which requires large electrodes. As a consequence, the electrodes can be expensive and have to be cleaned periodically with substantial effort. Additionally, contaminated electrodes might cause measurement errors, where the replacement of electrodes made of precious metals is costly and…

Fraunhofer-Institut für Photonische Mikrosysteme IPMS, Dresden (Germany)

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SOLIDUR®

Our ultra-robust High Brightness Solidur® LEDs deliver unparalleled reliability in conditions previously unsupported by conventional LEDs. This includes safety-critical medical, dental, UVB/UVC, and other harsh-environment applications in which conventional LEDs and other light sources are unable to survive.

Brilliantly robust in the most extreme conditions
Solidur® LEDs encapsulate sensitive LED chips in packages made entirely from non-aging materials, which makes them highly resistant to temperature, humidity, chemicals, pressure, vibrations and…

SCHOTT AG, Mainz (Germany)

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Analog Transducer

SENIS® magnetic field transducer consists of two modules:

Hall probe with the cable (H-Module)
Electronics for analog signal conditioning (E-Module)

To build up a complete measurement system, the E-Module needs to be connected to an adequate power supply and to a voltmeter (or A/D converter card). The performance of an Analog Transducer (e.g. resolution, accuracy, f-bandwidth, noise level, offset, etc.) is defined by the performance of the Hall probe and of the connected electronic module. SENIS transducers are calibrated at SENIS’ ISO17025:2017 accredited calibration lab. SENIS provides different types of…

SENIS AG, Baar (Switzerland)

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Only the early bird catches the worm

Secure your desired position for SENSOR+TEST 2023 now and without risk. Hall 1 is already well filled, but still offers some attractive positions. So don't hesitate anymore and contact us today! We will also find the perfect stand for you.

AMA Service GmbH, Wunstorf (Germany)

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