Motion Sensing IC meets automotive safety requirements.
Operating from 3.3 or 5 V supply up to 150-Read More »
MEMS Accelerometer detects accelerations up to 24 g.
Featuring digital output, 3-axis Model LIS331HH offers full scale ranges of -Read More »
Motion Sensor is designed for intelligent vehicle electronics.
Providing accurate measurements of vehicle movement for various internal systems, AIS226DS 2-axis, in-plane accelerometer senses acceleration up to -Read More »
New Components Protect Weather Instruments
Columbia Weather Systems has developed several new weather station components to protect sensitive weather instruments in installations subject to rough handling and extreme conditions. The new Sensor Storage Case offers protection for sensors that are used in mobile applications. These cases are constructed of ultra-high-impact structural copolymer, making them extremely strong and durable. They...Read More »
Gauge Application Guide
This white paper provides a gauge application guide to help you in selecting the right gauge for your needs.Read More »
Wilcoxon Adds M12-Style Accelerometers and Cables
August 11, 2009-Germantown, MD -- Wilcoxon Research, a Meggitt Group company and a leading supplier of quality vibration sensors and sensor networks, has added to it's product line three new accelerometers with M12 connectors, an established sensor connector that is used throughout the world and is common in the process industries. Several compatible M12 connector-cable assemblies are also now...Read More »
ZigBee Module enables remote motion control.
Integrating 3-axis digital-output MEMS accelerometer with ZigBee platform, MotionBee(TM) SPMB250-A1 enables system developers to build wireless sensor networks for remote motion recognition and tracking in healthcare, security, industrial control, and environmental monitoring applications. Measuring 49 x 27 x 5 mm, fully programmable module detects accelerations in selectable range of -Read More »
Protect Your Investment In Weather Monitoring Technology
When you buy a weather station from Columbia Weather Systems, we help protect your technology investment by recommending accessories that may be useful to your particular installation. Extreme Cold. To prevent the possible disruption of weather data during an ice storm we offer a couple of options. For Capricorn 2000 Weather Stations, we recommend a heated rain gauge and the heavy-duty EX wind...Read More »
Rod and Cylinder Sensor measures position with zero wear.
Employing piston-mounted magnet on 12.5 mm rod that extends and retracts to measure motion, Temposonics-® C-Series Model CR integrates standard Model CS or CM sensor inside 1 mm thick steel mechanical package that protects sensor electronics from damage. It employs magnetostrictive, non-contact, absolute position sensing technology modules and can withstand shock/vibration up to 5G. Supply...Read More »
Low Noise Sensors provide measurements in micro-G range.
Designed for use in seismic and low level, low frequency motion studies, Models SA-107LN, SA-207LN, and SA-307LN are single-, 2-, and 3-axis servo accelerometers, respectively. In addition to DC-coupled zero output, units provide AC-coupled zero output, which eliminates tilt induced or offset errors. Self-contained units feature +15 Vdc operation and require no signal conditioning. Applications...Read More »
Magnetic Rotary Encoder IC provides motion sensing.
Based on stacked-die solution, dual die Model AS5215 provides analog sine and cosine output for redundant motion sensing in automotive microcontroller-based systems. Amplitude of output signal is programmable via sensitivity and gain settings. Users can select raw, inverted, or DC-referenced output mode signals. Housed in TSSOP 14 package, device operates at 5 V supply and offers minimal...Read More »
Innovative Dampney Coating Systems Suit Even the Most Specialized Applications
Dampney's high performance coating systems provide protection against extreme weather, chemicals, and corrosive environments for atmospheric, immersion, and underground applications. Check out the video to learn more.Read More »