Sensors/Data Acquisition

Why Surface Contact Pressure In Your Manufacturing Process Matters

This white paper explore the various methods available for measuring tactile surface pressure between contacting or impacting surfaces. Knowledge of the distribution of pressure between contacting surfaces is integral to ensuring the highest quality product with minimal production losses.  Many types of technologies specialize in the recording and analyzing of tactile surface pressure and this paper describes the pros and cons of each type.

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RR1P Rugged ATR Pluggable Canister RAID Data Storage Delivers Continuous Data Recording for ISR

RR1P removable canister RAID data storage system enables military ISR data to be removed from a plane, ship or ground vehicle in under two minutes. The canister connects to the ¾ ATR chassis with a military grade connector designed for 10,000 insertion cycles. It weighs only 25 pounds including a five pound removable canister with up to 19.2 TB of compact, rugged, high performance mobile RAID data storage.

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Comparison of Interface Pressure Measurement Options

An increasingly competitive global marketplace means that design engineers must efficiently deliver a high quality product. Countless emerging technologies impact the design process and engineers must practice due diligence to ensure analysis tools meet their application’s requirements. This paper focuses specifically on technology for interface force and pressure measurement between two surfaces and includes a review of technology composition and data output. This paper will also examine capabilities driven by form factor, precision and environment that influence selection criteria of interface force and pressure sensors.

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Force Sensors for Design

The Tekscan Force Sensors for Design White Paper provides insights on various force sensing technologies including: Comparison of various force sensing technologies such as load cells, piezoresistive, and capacitive sensors. Discussion of issues including power consumption, size, cost, and durability. Real-life examples of how thin and flexible tactile force sensors have contributed to the success of OEMs in a variety of applications and industries. What to consider in choosing a technology partner, including engineering support, customization, and manufacturing capabilities.

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Improving Medical Devices with Force Sensing Technology

This white paper explores the exciting new trend toward designing smart medical devices that provide critical force feedback to eliminate guesswork, improve outcomes, and increase consistency. Technical topics covered include the unique advantages of force sensing resistor technology over traditional technologies such as strain gauges and load cells. These advantages include simpler electronics, wider dynamic range, ease of integration, and lower cost. The white paper highlights how thin and flexible sensors have enhanced a wide range of medical device applications by providing force feedback and making the products smart.

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Flexible, High-Resolution Position/Displacement for OEM Applications

Features 1, 2 and 3 channel configurations Nanometer to sub-nanometer resolution Easy, cost effective performance customization CE and RoHS compliant Small package sizing Thirteen standard sensor options

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Multi-Purpose Non-Contact Position/Displacement Sensing

Features Supports both dual and single coil sensors Terminal I/O connections Auto-synchronization of multiple channels Analog DC and 4-20mA outputs Single ended, bipolar, and differential voltage outputs Front face coarse and fine calibration controls RoHS compliant and CE marked

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