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Sensors Monitors & Transducers -> Sensors & Detectors -> Electric Magnetic & EM Field Sensors


Electric Magnetic & EM Field Sensors







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Magnetic Inductive Flow Sensor provides ±1% accuracy.

Magnetic Inductive Flow Sensor provides ±1% accuracy.

Dwyer Instruments, Inc.    Michigan City, IN 46361
Mar 31, 2014 Unlike sensors with moving parts, Series MFS2 can measure contaminated media in ½, ¾, 1, or 1 ¼ in. diameter pipes. Electromagnetic PVDF flowmeter is available for flow ranges from 0.02–66 gpm. Any change in temperature, density, viscosity, concentration, or electrical conductivity does not affect output signal. Providing obstruction-free pipe cross section, Series MFS2 is suitable for accurate reversible gauging of volume flow of conductive liquids in closed piping.

Electromagnetic Meter can be applied to diverse applications.

Anaheim Scientific    Yorba Linda, CA 92887
Mar 19, 2014 With ±2.5% + 6 digit accuracy, E100 Gauss Meter measures electromagnetic field strength (magnetic flux density). Readings are available in micro-Telsa or milli-Gauss, with respective ranges of 200 and 2,000. and ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) range is 30–300 Hz. In addition to measurements of electric field strength in TEM cells and absorber rooms, applications include mobile phone base station antenna radiation power density measurements, RF power measurement, and Wi-Fi detection/installation.

Handheld Solar Power Meter facilitates in-field measurements.

Handheld Solar Power Meter facilitates in-field measurements.

Anaheim Scientific    Yorba Linda, CA 92887
Nov 27, 2013 Facilitating process of taking measurements while in field, M140 Mini Solar Power Meter has 1,999 W/m² range, and 0.1 W/m² resolution, and typical accuracy within ±10 W/m² or ±5% (whichever is greater in sunlight). This 5.3 x 1.9 x 0.2 in. meter, powered by 2 AAA batteries, can relay readings in W/m² or BTU/(ft².h) via its integrated 3 ¾-digit display. Functions include Data Hold, Max/Ave/Min Hold, and Zero Adjustment. Auto power off and disable function are also standard.

TMR Magnetic Sensors are intended for banknote validation.

MultiDimension Technology    San Jose, CA 95138
Sep 09, 2013 Tunneling Magnetoresistance (TMR) magnetic pattern recognition sensors MMGB01, MMGB06, and MMGB18 achieve sensitivity and SNR necessary for weak magnetic signal detection on banknotes. While MMGB01 offers single-channel detection capability, 6-channel MMGB06 and 18-channel MMGB18 can read multiple signals in parallel. Sensors are suited for use in financial anti-counterfeit appliances, including banknote validation, banknote counters/sorters, and magnetic card readers.

Precision Orientation Sensor complements miniature form factors.

STMicroelectronics    Lexington, MA 02421
Jul 31, 2013 Used for navigation and motion-sensitive features in products such as smartphones, LSM303C eCompass module combines 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis magnetometer in 2 x 2 x 1 mm LGA package. Magnetic field sensor has full-scale magnetic field strength range of ±16 Gauss or ±1,600 microTesla, and accelerometer has selectable full-scale range of ±2, ±4, or ±8 g. Along with 16-bit digital output, features include power management, thermal compensation, and programmable interrupt generators.

Magnetic Field Sensor improves mobile device functionality.

MagnaChip Semiconductor    Cheongju-si,Chungbuk   Korea (south)
Jul 31, 2013 Based on 0.18 micron technology, MXG1300 e-Compass sensor maintains alignment of display with user's orientation for smartphones, tablets, and other handheld devices. Features include Android OS driver, compass algorithms, and magnetic field scanning support. Latter helps determine optimum location for placement within device. Along with optimized dynamic range of magnetic field strength, device features low noise mixed signal and analog process technology and 16-bit sigma-delta ADC.

Magnetic Field Sensor suits space-critical applications.

Balluff, Inc.    Florence, KY 41042-0937
Jul 26, 2013 Used for position detection, flush mounting BMF 243 C-slot sensor is based on GMR technology and offers drop-in installation. Short circuit, overload, and reverse polarity protection are standard along with cable clip that ensures strain relief and secures cable routing. Measuring 3.8 x 24 x 3 mm, miniature sensor also comes in V-Twin version – 2 sensors with one connector. Integrated bracket lets sensor be inserted into slot from above, fitting completely into cylinder without protrusion.

Arc Fault Detectors protect solar photovoltaic arrays.

Sensata Technologies, Industrial Sensors Group    Attleboro, MA 02703
Jul 17, 2013 Designed to prevent dangerous thermal events on PV arrays, UL 1699B recognized PVAF Series detects arcs while minimizing nuisance trips by identifying electrical noise signature created by arc faults in array wiring. Each device monitors up to 4 PV strings by itself, and multiple PVAFs can run in parallel to monitor more strings or whole combiner box. Available in configurations powered with 12 or 24 Vdc, PVAF Series monitors strings up to 15 A at 1,000 V or combined lines up to 40 A at 1,000 V.

Miniature Sensors suit factory automation applications.

Miniature Sensors suit factory automation applications.

Balluff, Inc.    Florence, KY 41042-0937
Jul 08, 2013 Offered in inductive, photoelectric, magnetic, capacitive, and ultrasonic models, Miniature Sensors are suited for factory automation applications, especially robotics, handling, and production lines. Each sensor technology is available with compact inductive couplers, space-saving I/O modules, and RFID. Inductive M12 sensor, measuring just 12 or 17 mm in length, can be mounted flush or non-flush and is suited for integration in linear slides, valves, and actuators.

Non-Contact Angle Sensors operate in harsh environments.

Non-Contact Angle Sensors operate in harsh environments.

Novotechnik U.S., Inc.    Southborough, MA 01772
Jun 21, 2013 Encased in aluminum housing, Vert-X 28HD Series non-contact angle sensors are sealed against ingress of liquids and solids to IP 69K, withstand shock of 50 G and vibration of 20 G, and operate over -40 to +85°C temperature range. Units feature 0-360° measurement range, 12-bit repeatability of 0.1° or better, and maximum hysteresis of 0.1°. Minimum life is 360 million movements and units last 185 or 240 yr depending on version. Output options of 0.1–10 V, 0.5–4.5 V, or 4–20 mA are available.

Linear Hall Effect Sensor detects low magnetic field strengths.

Micronas GmbH    Frieburg D-79108  Germany
May 22, 2013 Housed in moldable TO92UT package, HAL® 835 offers ESD protection for use in automotive industry. Smallest measurement range can be extended to ±15 mT with 12-bit resolution and differential nonlinearity of less than 0.9 LSB. Unit provides analog/PWM output as well as multiplex-analog output. Implemented digital back-bias cancellation minimizes influence of interfering static magnetic fields. Designed for junction temperatures up to 170°C, sensor has integrated EEPROM for parameter storage.

Direct Angle Detection Sensor uses 3D HAL® technology.

Direct Angle Detection Sensor uses 3D HAL® technology.

Micronas GmbH    Frieburg D-79108  Germany
Jan 31, 2013 Supplied in SMD SOIC8 package, HAL 3675 enables measurement of magnetic fields in parallel to chip surface by use of vertical Hall plates. Technology also enables detection of additional spatial component (X or Y axis). Combination of these 2 magnetic field vectors and following signal processing enable direct detections of rotation angles from 0° to 360° at end or beside turning shaft as well as linear distance measurements up to ±20 mm. Angle values are delivered as PWM output signal.

Magnetic Sensor guides robotic vehicles along tape-based tracks.

Magnetic Sensor guides robotic vehicles along tape-based tracks.

Roboteq, Inc    Phoenix, AZ 85022
Jan 10, 2013 With customizable functionality offered via Basic-like scripting language, 160 mm wide MGS1600 detects and reports position of magnetic field along its horizontal axis as based on adhesive magnetic tape used to form track guide on floor. Advanced signal processing is used to measure lateral distance from center of track from heights up to 60 mm, and position resolution is 1 mm. Supplied with various ports to output position information, sensor can detect and manage up to 2-way forks.

Magnetic Field Sensors target space-critical applications.

Magnetic Field Sensors target space-critical applications.

Balluff, Inc.    Florence, KY 41042-0937
Oct 29, 2012 Measuring 3.8 x 24 mm, BMF 243 Series offers bounce-free switching response and is suited for small grippers and cylinders with C slots. Binary-switching, magnetic-field sensitive, electronic cylinder switches include integrated bracket that fits completely into cylinder slot without protruding. Series is also supplied with cable clip that guarantees optimum strain relief and secure cable routing. Switch point can be adjusted in seconds using screwdriver.

Automotive Detection Systems Sensor measures electric potential.

Automotive Detection Systems Sensor measures electric potential.

Saelig Company Inc    Fairport, NY 14450
Sep 12, 2012 Supplied in 10.5 x 10.5 x 3.45 mm package, PS25203 EPIC (Electric Potential Integrated Circuit) sensor is intended for contactless ECG and movement sensing in automotive applications. It measures electric potential sources, such as electrophysiological signals or spatial electric fields, and can be used as dry contact ECG sensor without need for low impedance circuits across heart. Sensor can also drive relay to act as non-touch electric switch or be employed as gesture recognition device.

Electric Field Analyzer Kits provide detailed information.

Electric Field Analyzer Kits provide detailed information.

AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation    Souderton, PA 18964
Aug 24, 2012 Used to measure modulated electric fields as well as CW electric fields, FA7000 series Field Analyzers uses isotropic field sensor to sample composite field and transmit its amplitude digitally over optical fiber to processor unit. Sample rate is 1.5 MSPS, enabling accurate measurement of pulsed electric fields in micro-second range. Each kit comprises isotropic field sensor, glass fiber-optic cabling, and processor unit. Latter stores amplitude corrections for associated field sensor.

Magnetic Field Cylinder Sensors serve industrial automation.

Magnetic Field Cylinder Sensors serve industrial automation.

Balluff, Inc.    Florence, KY 41042-0937
Jul 10, 2012 Global BMF series includes sensors based on non-contact, solid-state technology compatible with reed and Hall-Effect magnetic pole orientations, making them suitable replacement for standard magnetic switches. Featuring short circuit, overload, and reverse polarity protections, products fit C- or T-slot extrusions and require no additional brackets for mounting. Flush-fitting sensors come with cable clips for clean cable routing and strain relief.

EPIC Sensor suits high-volume, remote sensing applications.

EPIC Sensor suits high-volume, remote sensing applications.

Saelig Company Inc    Fairport, NY 14450
Jun 04, 2012 With electrode design that eliminates use of titanium dioxide electrodes in medical applications, PS25451 EPIC (Electric Potential Integrated Circuit) sensor measures electric field changes without physical or resistive contact. Solid-state sensor, supplied in 10 x 10 x 2 mm 3D package with exposed pins, detects changes in magnetic field even through clothing and can be tuned for detection at distance as required by adjusting gain and bandwidth of associated amplification circuitry.

Electric Potential Sensor enables non-contact ECG measurements.

Electric Potential Sensor enables non-contact ECG measurements.

Saelig Company Inc    Fairport, NY 14450
Jan 26, 2012 EPIC (Electric Potential Integrated Circuit) Sensor measures electric field changes without physical or resistive contact. Speed at which this product measures electric potential sources will simplify medical ECG/EKG/EEG/EOG, movement sensing, proximity non-touch switching, and gesture recognition signal taking. As it does not need line of sight, sensor can detect movement through solid walls and used to replace, or as adjunct to, PIR sensors.

Linear Magnetic Field Sensors offer ±70 Oe dynamic range.

MultiDimension Technology    San Jose, CA 95138
Dec 16, 2011 Based on Tunneling Magnetoresistance technology, Models MMLD47F, MMLP57F, and MMLP57H feature ultra-low hysteresis below 0.1% of full-scale range, magnetic field sensitivity from 3-6 mV/V/Oe, and typical current consumption between 5-12.5 µA with 1 V voltage supply. Units are available in 6 x 5 x 1.7 mm SOP8 and 3 x 3 x 0.75 mm DFN8 packages, suited for industrial and consumer applications under diverse operating conditions, including magnetic field, current, and position sensing.




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