How to Adapt to a Sensor with Single-Ended Input Power

A precision sensor is needed to provide vital feedback on the performance of your inertial project and the input power connection is what breathes life into that sensor. To save on costs and maximize efficiency, engineers have been using dual-ended power input instead of single. If you need a sensor with single-ended input power but…

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How Sensors Can Prevent Wind Turbine Downtime

The demand for renewable energy is only increasing as new technology solutions emerge such as electric cars on the streets and solar panels on rooftops. Clean energy is powering the future and wind is a key source of power for many communities. The Need for Preventative Maintenance Wind turbines have been popping up on land…

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3 Examples of How Important Inclinometers are for Construction Vehicles

Construction machines need to function with efficiency and safety, and an inclinometer is a vital component to control how they operate. Here are three examples of how construction manufacturers can use inclinometers to create a fine-tuned rig. 1. Road Profiling A smooth, comfortable ride on a newly paved road is an expectation. In order to…

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Why Choose a Wired Connection for Your Sensor?

When you’re trying to measure important movement in your project, you can’t afford to have the connection break down. You can connect your sensors using pin terminals and connectors, but if you’re looking for a durable yet cost-effective connection, consider a wired connection. Benefits of Wired Sensors Wired connections add advantages to your tilt or motion…

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How Inclinometers Keep High Speed Trains Upright

High-speed trains connect millions of people to far destinations with convenience and efficiency. Even though it may feel like the train is constantly traveling in a straight line, it isn’t. With precise technology, high-speed trains can take necessary turns without reducing speed, throwing passengers around, or tipping over. What happens as a train turns? When…

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