noncontact sensor

noncontact sensor

[¦nän′kän‚takt ′sen·sər]
(control systems)
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In addition, since it is a noncontact sensor, there is no increase in friction even at cold temperatures, which helps to improve actuator position controllability and shifting response.
This time, we started to sell noncontact sensor to measure pulse and breath times of bed user as an option.** SDK will continue improving SHOCARES in order to respond to requests from the nursing care and welfare industry and contributing to the development of the industry.
The ECL101 noncontact sensor offers improvements in immunity to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and thermal stability as well as lower power consumption.
The Surfer at the demonstration contained a DualEM IS, which is a noncontact sensor. This device can measure bulk soil conductivity to a depth of 4.9 feet, and the DualEM 2S can measure it down to 9.8 feet.
has introduced the RS70 rotary position sensor, which incorporates a high-precision linear CMOS Hall sensor working in conjunction with rare earth magnets to create a noncontact sensor that outlasts and outperforms many sensors currently in use, according to the company.
Dual noncontact sensor technology provides accurate temperature control.
Their system includes a noncontact sensor, processing electronics, and controller that is easily integrated into the robotic-control system and programmed through the robot's digital outputs.
A laser-based noncontact sensor for rubber and tire applications in tight work areas has been developed by LMI Selcom Inc.
Leonhardt, "A bendable and wearable cardiorespiratory monitoring device fusing two noncontact sensor principles," IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, vol.
For the best results, a noncontact sensor should not be too far away from the material it is measuring.
In recent years, there has been new developments on application of various types of noncontact sensors to vibration measurement.