- for monitoring gas leakage detection in fuel cells and battery thermal runaway applications

The Angst+Pfister Sensors and Power (APSP) newly developed gas leakage detection module has the capability to detect typical trace gases for fuel cell leakage and battery thermal runaway applications by giving both analog and digital signals to trigger an alarm for an early warning to the end user. In case of electric vehicles, the safety of passengers due to the battery failure is an important...

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- for monitoring gas leakage detection in fuel cells and battery thermal runaway applications

The Angst+Pfister Sensors and Power (APSP) newly developed gas leakage detection module has the capability to detect typical trace gases for fuel cell leakage and battery thermal runaway applications by giving both analog and digital signals to trigger an alarm for an early warning to the end user. In case of electric vehicles, the safety of passengers due to the battery failure is an important...

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muRata’s introduces a 6Hz to 11kHz Sensor for condition monitoring

Most of today’s vibration sensing application do use two sensors one for lower frequency up to 500Hz and higher range from 2kHz to 10kHz. The new piezo technology based sensor allows to cover a full range from below 10Hz up to 11kHz for Fast-Fourier-Analysis. The very small size of the new PKGM enables customer to place the sensor directly to the electronics avoiding a bulky mounted “outside”...

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High performance combined Gyro&Accelerometer in smaller package

muRata introduces its proven MEMS technology from over-molded 32-pin packages in a new 5-DoF high performance product as well as a single x-axis gyro. Both components the SCC and the SCR do come in a 16Pin SOIC package is specified to operating temperature between -40°C to +110°C and provides an angular rate of +/- 300°/s for X- or X/Z-axis. This devis has been developed with acceleration outputs...

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The potentiometric measuring principle for oxygen sensing has the widest range of concentration ranges among all oxygen sensing technologies – from 10-35 bar O2 and up to 100% O2. The physics may be complex, but the concept is easy to understand – one side of a heated zirconia element is exposed to the sample gas with an unknown oxygen gas concentration and the other side to a known reference...

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Angst+Pfister as a partner of Murata continues  its  successful history of MEMS inertial sensor technology  and signs a partnership with Finland-based software expert Nordic Intertial (NI). "With Nordic, we have gained a partner who has been active for many years in the field of sensor technology for mobile systems in off-road, commercial automated vehicles but also automotive. We can now offer...

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The parametric measuring principle for oxygen sensing works in a concentration range from ~0% O2 and up to 100% O2. The physics is rather complex, and there are different measurement approaches in order to exploit the fact that the oxygen atom is paramagnetic, because of the two unpaired electrons. Some measurement approaches use a temperature imbalance between thermistor pairs caused by a...

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The new Angst+Pfister Sensors and Power (APSP) PFLOW2001 flow sensors are based on MEMS technology and measure according to the thermal principle.  Thanks to a sensor chip of the latest generation and an optimized calibration process, an accuracy of ±(1.5%RD + 0.15%FS) and better is achieved. The series covers a wide measuring range from 0–10 sccm to 5000 sccm. With a wide input voltage...

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Outstanding accuracy of 0.1°C, a very low-noise signal with a resolution superior to 0.0001°C and virtually perfect long-term stability and repeatability – these are the incredible features of the Angst+Pfister Sensors and Power (APSP) temperature sensors of the SMT172 series. The output signal can be connected directly to a micro-controller to perform both analog and digital evaluations with...

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The world is becoming more interconnected, while devices become smaller, more compact and more efficient. Fujikura is jumping on board this trend with the AT7 pressure sensor series. The AT7 series is significantly smaller than even the widespread AG2, AG3 and AG4 series. At just 4x3 mm, Fujikura is introducing a highly compact relative pressure sensor series to the market – a tiny size formerly...

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