Sensors

Sole distributor announced

15 October, 2007

Mouser Electronics has announced it is the sole stocking distributor of the Avago Technologies small surface mount digital colour sensor.


Printed and organic sensor market to reach $2.3 billion

26 September, 2007

The market for printed and organic sensors will reach $2.3 billion by 2015, according to a study by NanoMarkets LC. The report is the next in the firm's ongoing coverage of thin film, organic and printed electronics.


Expanded distribution agreement

26 September, 2007

Mouser Electronics has expanded its distribution agreement with Meder Electronic to include the global marketplace.


Sunlight readable LCD monitors

08 August, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.ieci.com.au/showcase/aug07_sunlight_lcd.asp

Interworld Electronics has released a new range of sunlight readable monitors. The AP-LDLD series panel-mount industrial LCD monitors are ideal for applications where the monitor is exposed to direct sunlight. They exhibit wide viewing angles of typically 140°/120°, fast response times, high contrast ratios up to 400:1 and an extremely high brightness with a luminance up to1600 nits. Six models are available with 10.4" 800 x 600, 12.1" and 15" 1024 x 768, 17" 1280 x 1024, 20" 800 x 600 and 32" 1366 x 768 TFT screens.


Licence for new imaging sensor

08 March, 2007

MagnaChip Semiconductor and Silicon Hive have announced that MagnaChip Semiconductor has licensed Silicon Hive’s HiveFlex ISP 2200 series processor. MagnaChip has integrated the HiveFlex ISP 2200 processor into a new imaging sensor, the MC531EA.


Sunlight-readable LCD monitors

19 February, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.ieci.com.au/showcase/hot_electro_products.asp

Interworld Electronics has released a range of sunlight-readable monitors. The AP-LDLD series panel mount industrial LCD monitors are suitable for applications where the monitor is exposed to direct sunlight.


Sealed LCD monitors

19 February, 2007 | Supplied by: Metromatics Pty Ltd

VarTech Systems has released an all-weather, fully submersible series of flat LCD screen monitors.


Laser sensors

04 December, 2006 | Supplied by: Micromax Pty Ltd

The World-Beam QS18 laser adjustable-field sensors from Banner Engineering deliver sensing with a visible Class 1 laser, tightly collimated sensing beams and precision background suppression.


Proximity sensor

04 October, 2006 | Supplied by: Eaton Electrical (Australia) Pty Ltd

Eaton has introduced the Cutler-Hammer iProx sensor, a field programmable and adaptable inductive proximity sensor equipped with SmartSense that allows background metal rejection, band and position sensing.


Supply controller/monitor

04 October, 2006 | Supplied by: Arrow Electronics Australia Pty Ltd

Maxim has introduced the MAX8688, claimed to be the first chip to convert an all-analog power supply to a fully programmable, digital power management solution.


Durable sensors

04 October, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.davidson.com.au/

MTS Sensors has expanded its housing options for the C-series sensors that allow exposed use by offering a new version that is lighter, less intrusive and has IP67 environmental protection.


Measurement Studio 8 remote monitoring

03 August, 2006 | Supplied by: National Instruments Aust Pty Ltd

National Instruments has released Measurement Studio 8, a suite of class libraries and controls for acquiring, analysing and presenting data in applications built using Microsoft Visual Studio.


Pressure sensors

03 April, 2006 | Supplied by: Micromax Pty Ltd

Turck has introduced programmable pressure sensors that combine accuracy with simple programming.


Combination on electronic displays

01 March, 2006

Ntera and Seiko Epson have successfully produced working prototypes featuring the world’s highest resolution naturally reflective electronic displays using Ntera’s visualDNA brand electrochromic display technology. The prototypes feature 200 dpi and 400 dpi QVGA resolution and were produced using Epson’s solution processable inkjet methods.


A bright future for display technologies

05 September, 2005 | Supplied by: Soanar Limited

The value of worldwide shipments of electronic displays is expected to grow to $114.8 billion by 2006. Yet the price of the displays is continuing to come down and the market for displays will continue to see high growth for many years to come


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