Sensors

Sensors

Sensors

  • IEPE.

    Our Datalogs are fully compatible with IEPE (Integrated Electronics Piezoelectric) type transducers. IEPE sensors are a class of piezoelectric accelerometers that incorporate an electronic amplifier and use a single two-pole coaxial connector for both power input and signal output. Integrated Circuit-Piezoelectric, or ICP®, is a trademark of PCB Piezotronics, Inc. and refers specifically to the IEPE devices that they manufacture.

  • MEMS.

    Our Datalogs provide built-in compatibility to any of the established MEMS enabled devices. MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems) is an innovative technology that creates entirely new kinds of products, such as inexpensive, multi-axis inertial motion sensors useful for smartphone-based navigation, and Digital Micromirror Devices, arrays of MEMS micromirrors used for high speed, efficient, and reliable spatial light modulation in industrial, medical, telecom, security, and other applications.

  • IO-Link.

    IO-Link is a point-to-point serial communication protocol used to communicate with sensors and/or actuators. Whether we connect a new system or retrofit an existing one, our IO-Link support makes installing and commissioning of a system much less demanding than traditional machine installations.

  • rugged.

    We offer a range of rugged sensors to be used in challenging industrial applications, for example elevated pressure and temperature applications, extreme temperatures, acid attack protection, high humidity applications or explosive dust and gas zones.

  • low-cost.

    Our low-cost sensors are characterized by small size, low power, ease of integration, high level of functionality, and superb performance. They play a significant role in the massive expansion of today's electronic devices and enable innovation in devices such as smartphones, gaming controllers, and activity trackers.

  • high precision.

    We offer high precision sensors in order to measure frequencies in the ultrasonic range (several tens of kHz to several MHz). These sensors support non-destructive testing methods in that they detect the dynamic energy that the flaws in the material themselves emit.