sensors


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

sensors

pressure-sensitive electronic cells embedded within a foot plate, allowing within-gait plantar pressure analysis
References in periodicals archive ?
Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Sensors II-8
Dynisco offers pressure sensors adapted to most commercially available fieldbus protocols: Foundation Fieldbus, developed by Emerson Electric; CANopen, developed by Bosch in Europe; DeviceNet, developed by Allen-Bradley; and the older HART (highway addressable remote transmitter) system, also developed by Bosch.
Using a cross tip screwdriver, remove the two screws and lockwashers holding the flame sensor to the fuel delivery block.
These new sensors process more data than many other scanning systems.
With increased performance and a lower cost point, CMOS image sensors are expected to grow at roughly seven times the rate of CCD sensors through 2008, enabling CMOS sensors to surpass CCDs for the first time in 2005.
In addition to covering sensors, the new handbook provides a list of suppliers of UV luminescent markers and additives that can be used to make targets detectable by a UV sensor.
Future Roles for Sensors In SCADA: Wireless Sensor Networks
In this particular case, one of eight sensors, displayed by the red LED, has detected a fault, because the signal level exceeds a pre-set threshold.
Level sensors divide into two classes: point level probes and continuous level monitors.