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pressure-sensitive electronic cells embedded within a foot plate, allowing within-gait plantar pressure analysis
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Dynisco LLC, which supplies pressure sensors and controls, is leading the charge for networked controls in this country because of the simpler wiring and installation, faster and more accurate data collection, and faster device response time.
AND HERE'S HOW TO REPLACE THE ORIGINAL FLAME SENSOR WITH I THE UPGRADED ONE .
To meet these requirements, a new line of digital imaging smart laser line sensors has been developed.
To date, CMOS image sensors have not had the technical capability to compete in the digital camcorder market; CCDs have dominated this entire market segment.
Sensors with protrusions, such as Toroidal (electrodeless) conductivity sensors, cause disruption of stock flow around the measurement area, making for a noisy measurement.
With more than 14 million sensors in use worldwide, AuthenTec is the world leader in fingerprint sensor security, innovation and sales to the PC, wireless, and access control markets.
As the sensors are magnetic, they pull the steelcord firmly onto the traveling conveyor belt that transports the steelcord.
While this is well and good for those who are in the market for new sensors, Wynn admits that auto companies have tens of thousands of legacy sensors that aren't smart.
This category includes contact instruments ranging from weight-and-cable based "smart" sensors to the guided-wave radar.
It explains how UV luminescence sensors work, gives guidance on how to select and integrate a UV luminescence sensor into an application, and presents a series of examples of how they are used to improve processes.