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2004 full-line signal conditioning catalog.(Literature SHOWCASE)
September 1, 2005... New 240 page catalog of Instrument Class[R] industrial signal conditioning, data acqusitition and data communication products that protect and condition critical signals from RTDs Thermocouples, Load Cells and other sensor devices. Includes DIN rail signal conditioners, 2-wire transmitters,...
Listen to the (quantum) whistling gyros!(Research & Developments)
April 1, 2005... An auditory phenomenon discovered by UC Berkeley physicist Richard Packard could lead to superfluid gyroscopes that operate at a relatively toasty 2 kelvin rather than the near-zero kelvin required by liquid helium-3. Packard's research team forced helium-4, a superfluid, through an array...
Omron Electronics LLC.(Kaman Industrial Technologies Inc. selected as a national distributor )(Brief Article)
April 1, 2005... "One of Omron's key initiatives globally is to double the value of the company in the next three years," says Omron national distributor manager Joe Spedale. "Our plan is aggressive yet realistic, considering the breadth and depth of Omron's product line. Partnering with industry-leading...
Test suppliers address changing needs.(Keithley Instruments Inc.)(National Instruments Corp.)
April 1, 2005... Suppliers of test and measurement solutions are recognizing the needs of designers to develop more complex devices in less time for less cost. Pointing to the example of cell phones, Michael Schneider of National Instruments (NI, www.ni.com) says, "Consumers expect to pay less over...
The ubiquitous, invisible sensor.(EDITORIAL)(Editorial)
April 1, 2005... When I travel from New England to southern climes in winter and spring, I'd like to leave my bulky coat at home, and I don't want to freeze upon my return. I'd like to step from the terminal to the curb in comfort. That's why I'm inspired by the vision that Sensors reader Ron Liew holds out...