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

This month still holds a tight trade fair program for many and we would like to accompany you with news from the SENSOR+TEST exhibitors. Maybe you will have the chance to experience the one or the other product news at the coming trade shows. Enjoy reading!

With kind regards from your SENSOR+TEST team

Jeanette Müller

 

Topics of the newsletter

 

Continuously tunable optical filters for hyper spectral camera systems

As part a partner in the M3Infekt consortium, Fraunhofer ENAS developed continuously tunable and thus wavelength-selective Fabry-Pérot filters (FPI) with large optical aperture for the visible spectral range from 450 to 700 nm. The objective was to combine the filter with a vision-on-chip (VSoC) system developed and provided by Fraunhofer IIS/EAS. The VSoC system represents a software-programmable image sensor on which image processing algorithms can be executed directly, thus achieving high frame rates and short response times while…

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

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Ntron SenzTx - Compact Oxygen Transmitter

The SenzTx Oxygen Transmitter from Process Sensing Technologies (PST) utilizes proven sensor technology to provide accurate oxygen concentration measurement. The compact design enables easy integration, with an option of process connections for inline and extractive measurement applications.

The SenzTx is suitable for use within numerous applications including oxygen and…

Process Sensing Technologies Ltd., Ely (Great Britain)

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Low energy electron detector

Scanning electron microscopes (SEM) are indispensable for research and development as well as for failure analysis in manufacturing. Silicon electron detectors, which record the electrons backscattered from the sample, are an important component of these systems. For a particularly surface-sensitive investigation, low-energy electron beams are used, for the detection of which only limited sensitive detectors have been available up to now. The CiS Research Institute is involved in the SiekeV project to improve such detectors.

The focus is to increase the quantum efficiency of silicon diodes with respect to the irradiation of low-energy electrons. In this project a real breakthrough could be achieved (Fig. 1). This was achieved by…

CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH, Erfurt (Germany)

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Flusso launches FLS122 sensor evaluation kit

Flusso has launched the FLS122 flow sensor evaluation kit to help engineers quickly evaluate its new air velocity sensor’s performance and capabilities within their own applications.

The company has also confirmed the FLS122 is progressing into volume production, with Flusso now accepting customer orders and expecting to make its first shipments in early November.

The new evaluation kit, which combines an FLS122 velocity sensing module with…

Flusso Limited, Cambridge (Great Britain)

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New miniaturized infrared emitters in SMD package

With the three new infrared sources HIS180smd-0, HIS180smd-A, HIS180smd-S Infrasolid introduces a new SMD series of pulsable infrared emitters that deliver a technical revolution in NDIR gas analysis for high volume and automated assembly. Because of their high output power close to a blackbody emitter and radiation over a wide wavelength range of (2-20) µm, they are particularly suitable for simultaneous measurement of multiple gases. Even in continuous operation, these emitters provide a very stable measurement signal. This reduces follow-up costs, as…

Infrasolid GmbH, Dresden (Germany)

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Achieving a lot together

Also for 2023 the SENSOR+TEST offers the possibility to participate in the innovation dialog in the form of a joint booth. The special forum on the topic of "Sensor and Measuring Technology for New Energies" offers a full trade fair participation at unbeatable conditions. We are looking forward to you!

AMA Service GmbH, Wunstorf (Germany)

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