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transducer

 [trans-doo´ser]
a device that translates one physical quantity to another, e.g., pressure or temperature, to an electrical signal.
neuroendocrine transducer a neuron, such as a neurohypophyseal neuron, that on stimulation secretes a hormone, thereby translating neural information into hormonal information.
pressure transducer an electronic device that converts pressure (such as blood pressure) into electrical signals that can be recorded graphically and monitored.
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Due to the increasing demand for precise pressure sensors suitable for manifold assembly Analog Microelectronics GmbH expands its digital I2C pressure sensor series AMS 5915 by corresponding variants.
The MP Series of harshmedia-compatible pressure transducers uses proprietary DURAsense unique packaging and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) pressure sensor integration strategy with a hermetically sealed pressure fitting at a low cost while eliminating the troublesome and highly unreliable "O-ring" popularly used to seal the sensing element from its measured media.
[ClickPress, Thu Oct 18 2018] Introduction: Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor Global Market A sensor is a device that records a change in physical properties and responds to it.
The new i-ALERT compatible Bluetooth[R] Smart Pressure Sensor complements the i-ALERT monitoring portfolio, which includes the i-ALERT2 machine health sensor, the i-ALERT mobile application (app) and the i-ALERT Asset Intelligence (Ai) platform.
The Global Pressure Sensor Market is expected to attain a market size of $9.8 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 6.2% during the forecast period.
Owing to the operational mechanism of pressure sensors, the magnitude of the flexural modulus of the substrate directly affects the sensitivity of the pressure sensor.
To the best of our knowledge, no sandwich-type piezoresistive pressure sensor based on bulk nanostructured CNT, graphene, and CNT-graphene composite is reported to date.
A materials engineering professor has developed a paper-based pressure sensor, raising expectations for the commercialization of super-thin keyboards.
The TP series uses DunAn's proprietary DURAsense packaging and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) pressure sensor integration strategy with a precision thermistor to provide highly accurate pressure and temperature outputs at a low cost.
Within the framework of this work, it was necessary to develop a pressure sensor for measuring the impulse pressure in a closed water volume with increased hydrostatic pressures.