Gas Flow Sensors

September 2, 2003 8:28 am | Product Releases | Comments

Omron introduces the D6F gas flow sensor, which features a heater between two thermopiles that lets the D6F detect both gas flow velocity and direction. The silicon thermal sensor consistently outperforms other sensor types and detects velocities as low as 0.005 m/s. The D6F gas flow sensor is suited for use in applications including fuel cells, chemical test chambers, and respiration monitors in medical treatment applications....

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Reed Sensors

July 8, 2003 11:09 am | Product Releases | Comments

A line of rugged SMD reed sensors designed with flat leads for surface mount stability, suited for pick and place, is being introduced by MEDER electronic Inc. MEDER MK22 Reed Sensors feature an encapsulated thermoset housing which protects the internal hermetically sealed reed switch. These SMD's measure 11....

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Magnetic Transducers/Buzzers

July 16, 2001 5:44 am | Product Releases | Comments

Betso Tech, Korea have introduced a complete range of magnetic buzzers. They different surface mountable magnetic transducers/buzzers, including a wide frequency range and a typical sound output between 85 and 100 dB. The smallest SMT buzzer is available in sizes of 8 × 8 × 2.5mm. The height of the buzzer is the smallest on the market, but with many advantages....

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Solid State Temperature Sensors

February 21, 2001 8:23 am | Product Releases | Comments

The NCT22 and NCT24 devices are programmable solid state temperature sensors designed to replace mechanical switches in sensing and control applications. They are operational from 4.5 V to18.0 V (NCT22) and from 2.7 V to 4.5 V (NCT24). They have set points that are easily programmed and can be used as over-temperature fail safe circuits and simple fan controllers....

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