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

Connectors fill a power gap with a small footprint

Alleviate same circuit size cross-mating, optimise space savings and reduce terminal backout occurrences

High speed vision inspection

Optimal develops system that inspects a 500mm wide web at 1.5 metres per second to a resolution of 125μm

Novel approach to high-security print inspection

The combination of a contact image sensor (CIS) with a print and pattern inspection tool greatly improves security print inspection and verification, explains Peter Stiefenhöfer

Distance and profile measurement using blue lasers

Erich Winkler and Christian Kämmerer look at the advantages of using blue lasers in industrial measurement

Thermal imaging and dimensional measurement of microelectronics

Chris Jones discusses how the latest thermal imaging cameras and confocal displacement sensors are helping companies inspect a variety of electronic devices, circuit boards and MEMS

New defence and industrial data connecter launched

High-speed data connector developed specifically for portable applications launched by TT Electronics

Wide aspect ratio 12.3in Rugged+ TFT display

8:3 aspect ratio enables unique designs for variety of applications

Sign of the times

Ronan Lavelle shows how electronics and engineering designers can save time and money with digital signatures

3D smart snapshot sensors

Feature an integral structured blue LED light projection illumination source with stereo scanning technology

Lightweight pistol grip for field use

Suitable for ambient light remote sensing applications which require fibre optic data collection

Analogue visualisation steers 3D design

Design engineers do not think digitally - they think in terms of size, shapes and attributes, and even mathematical symbols in some cases. Whereas in the past they would have needed to write programs in languages like Fortran and C, modern software tools allow them to visualise their designs in terms they understand argues Boris Sedacca

Testing materials for weathering

Atlas Material Testing Technology announces a new weathering instrument suitable for performing accelerated testing on a variety of materials

Camera sees beyond human vision in multi-spectral 'colour'

Improves remote sensing, intelligence, biomedical, industrial sorting and authentication applications



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