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Infrared camera for industrial research

Designed for research applications that require a flexible thermal imaging camera with high sensitivity, accuracy, spatial resolution, and speed

Shield connection for full-scale solution for toolless assembly

Includes various shield connection clamps for cable diameters of 1.5mm to 18mm, clamp mountings for all mounting types, bus bar holders

Laser sensor delivers results

Chris Jones explains how a non-contact laser sensor provides 10 times higher measurement repeatability in wax distortion tests


High speed video aids development of lean burn engine technology

Designed to improve the sensitivity, gating time and spectral response and scope of operation of both high-speed video and ultra-high-speed framing cameras

Why things fail, jam, rust and smudge

Water vapour causes electronics to fail, drugs to lose potency, printers to jam, metals to rust, seals to leak, missiles to crash, products to print poorly

Optical surfaces delivers parabolic mirrors for petawatt laser

Optical Surfaces Ltd has delivered three off-axis parabola of 175mm diameter to the UK's Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

Thin film resistor networks

Enable higher-precision op amps, voltage dividers for medical and instrumentation electronics

Macro lens allows close-up imaging

Applications include medical technology, kiosk systems, surveillance, transportation and logistics

Going wireless

Jonathan Wilkins examines the latest trends in wireless machine-to-machine communication, including 6LowPAN

Versatile technology for precise measurements

Capactive sensors are known as highly precise displacement and position measurement technology, achieving resolutions well below one nanometre

Best methods of conducting level sensing

Simon Dear explores sensing technologies for liquid level and depth measurement applications

Why it makes sense to add a ground choke

Herbert Blum presents a simple and safe solution for ground connection interferences

Defence mechanism

Designing protection solutions for wearable devices. By Karen L Harrison

Low cost energy harvesting device

Printed energy harvesting device that is powered by near-field communication

Innovations in user interfaces transform human-machine interaction

Key enabling technologies such as gesture recognition, image recognition and natural language processing help boost customer experience

Pocket-sized thermography camera

FLIR C2 offers professional grade thermal imaging in a slim and lightweight package

Precise eddy current sensors

Latest sensor solutions from Micro Epsilon designed to be cost effective and compact

Connector range expanded to meet growing demand

Binder M12 range of connectors now includes 8-pole angled receptacles

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