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No. 6, June 2001

 

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RESEARCHES

New Technique for Assessing Fastener Efficacy 

By Gerard E. Mayers, PR Director, Sensor Products Inc.

 

Sensor Products,

Phone: +1.973.884.1755, fax +1.973.884.1699 

sales@sensorprod.com

 

 

PRODUCTS

New Piezoelectric Accelerometer Designed to Measure Vibration at Temperature Extremes

From Endevco

2272 Accelerometer. Click to enlarge

New Adjustable-Field Sensors Enable Users to Set a Precise Sensing Cutoff Point

 

Abstract

 

Background interference is a huge problem for photoelectric sensors. Designed to eliminate that problem, Bannerís Q60 Adjustable-Field Sensors feature an easily adjustable sensing cutoff point, from 200†mm to 2000†mm (8" to 80"). The new sensors can detect objects with relatively low reflectivity while ignoring background objects as near as one inch beyond the cutoff point. Features, including Output Delay (ON- and OFF- Delay), light and dark operate mode selection, as well as security lock out, can be set using two push buttons or a remote wire.

 

Q60. Click to enlarge

    

 

16-bit Family of ADCs Operating Down to 2.7 V

From Texas Instruments

 

AMSY4 DAQ System

From Vallen-Systeme GmbH

 

BoltFAST

From Sensor Products Inc.

 

A software package that allows an engineer to evaluate "what if" scenarios on a bolted joint. BoltFAST has 3 main components for evaluating joint strength potential, thread strip strength, and determination of torque requirements for a given bolted interface. 

 

Bolted joint analysis: Sensor Products now offers an array of specialized consulting services dealing with bolted joint, clamping and fastening testing and simulation. For more details please contact jstark@fuji-prescale.com

 

Bill Ebner
Sensor Products Inc.
188 Rt. 10 Ste. 307
East Hanover, NJ 07936-2108
Tel: 973.884.1755
Fax: 973.884.1699
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