Sensors > Pressure

STMicroelectronics LPS33W water-resistant MEMS pressure sensor

08 May, 2019

The STMicroelectronics LPS33W water-resistant MEMS pressure sensor combines chemical compatibility with stability for use in a wide range of applications, including fitness trackers and other wearables, vacuum cleaners and general-purpose industrial sensing.


Predictive maintenance — not just for industrial applications

18 December, 2018

Predictive maintenance is outgrowing industrial applications to transform consumer products in part because our products make this new field more accessible and cost-effective.


STMicroelectronics ISM330DLC 6-axis inertial measurement unit

28 November, 2018

Containing a 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis gyroscope with user-selectable full-scale up to ±16g and ±2000 dps respectively, the IMU provides high measurement resolution and smart energy-saving features to enable long-lasting, battery-powered industrial devices.


Creating smart textiles with carbon nanotube-based sensors

10 September, 2018

Fabric coated with the sensing technology could be used in future 'smart garments', with the sensors slipped into the soles of shoes or stitched into clothing.


STMicroelectronics sensors complete Alibaba IoT validation

28 March, 2018

STMicroelectronics has announced the validation of its LSM6DSL 6-axis inertial sensor and LPS22HB pressure sensor for Alibaba IoT's ecosystem, which enables users to create complete IoT nodes and gateway solutions with good time to market.


InvenSense ICP-10100 low-power, waterproof MEMS sensor

19 March, 2018

The ICP-10100 MEMS capacitive barometric pressure sensor offers a full pressure operating range of 30 to 110 kPa, and ensures good temperature stability with a temperature coefficient of ±0.5 Pa/°C.


Dytran Model 2006M1 IEPE acoustic pressure sensor

14 March, 2018

The Dytran Model 2006M1 is an ATEX certified, IEPE high-intensity acoustic pressure sensor. With a sensitivity of 1000 mV/psi, the product is designed to measure dynamic pressure phenomena of up to 5 psi at frequencies over 21 kHz.


STMicroelectronics LPS33HW water-resistant pressure sensor

07 November, 2017

STMicroelectronics has released its latest miniature pressure sensor, the LPS33HW. Resistant to chemicals like chlorine, bromine and salt water, it is suitable for pool or sea swimming, and will also resist soaps or detergents used when showering or cleaning.


Enabling fastener torque auditing and certification

13 October, 2017

Take apart any electronic device from the past or present and you'll encounter a myriad of screws and bolts. Consistent torque application is key for these products to meet promised specifications.


Pick the torque sensor for your servo motor in three easy steps

26 September, 2017

At the heart of many automated assembly platforms and robots is an electric motor. If the motor is the heart, then the brain is the controller and closed loop control system.


Silk could improve wearable body sensors

28 August, 2017

Chinese researchers are investigating the use of silk in wearable body sensors, with the aim of developing a more sensitive and flexible generation of these devices that can monitor a slew of body functions in real time.


Electronic skin: the future of biosensors

17 August, 2017

An international research team has created a soft sensor microsystem with a 3D design, making it suitable for applications such as continuous health monitoring and disease treatment.


Measuring shark bite force with load cells

04 August, 2017

Getting into the spirit of Shark Week 2017, FUTEK teamed up with the engineers at Peacock Productions to create a shark bite force measurement application.


Cars that read their drivers' emotions

21 July, 2017

We've all had that moment when we've been so angry or upset while driving that we just wish we could hand the wheel to someone else. It's a frustrating feeling — one that semiconductor supplier Renesas Electronics has set out to solve.


Wearable sensor diagnoses disease from your sweat

20 April, 2017

Researchers in the US have developed a wristband-like sensor that collects sweat, measures its molecular constituents and then electronically transmits the results for analysis and diagnostics.


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