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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.
Flame sensors may fail on MBUs with this version of control panel
Selection of the best sensor for a given application depends on specific performance requirements.
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.
Not as widely known as other sensors, UV (ultraviolet light) sensors detect the application of seals, adhesives, paper labels, and other materials, for quality assurance and manufacturing process feedback.
Sensor Requirements In Energy Storage and Capacity Firming Applications
It is, however, necessary to adjust the sensors in such a way that the 90[degrees] angle between the steel cord and the sensor face is maintained.
They started out as simple electromechanical devices, but most have been replaced by a sensor that uses optical techniques and a microcontroller, resulting in very high resolution, accuracy, and torque control.