Turck pressure sensors

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Turck Australia Pty Ltd

Turck has expanded its line of pressure sensors to include a speciality sensor for hazardous areas.

PVC-free temperature sensor

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Electronic Components Pty Ltd

With its M3000 series, Epcos has developed a temperature sensor with a PVC-free cable that contains no halogens, environmentally harmful plasticisers or stabilisers with heavy metals.

Angle position sensor

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Arrow Electronics Australia Pty Ltd

The magnetic rotary encoder family, AS5134, has been expanded, is fully qualified to AEC-Q100 and is specifically designed for brushless DC sensing in automotive applications in an ambient temperature range up to 150°C.

Eaton iProx Clone inductive proximity sensor

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Eaton Electrical (Australia) Pty Ltd

Eaton's iProx Clone is an inductive proximity sensor featuring programmable characteristics such as adjustable output delay, speed detection and the ability to ‘clone’ sensor configurations.

Sensors for washdowns

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Turck Australia Pty Ltd

Turck’s range of uprox+ Factor 1 sensors now include IP69 K rated washdown versions with temperature ratings from -40 to 100°C.

Environmental software

23 April, 2008

Userful Corporation says that in the past year its software that allows up to 10 people to work from one computer has saved 29,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions, the equivalent of taking more than 5000 cars off the road.

Company targets strong growth in optical sensing markets

17 April, 2008

Redfern Integrated Optics has secured an additional $7.5 million in funding which will help the company target growth in optical sensing markets. Led by Southern Cross Venture Partners, the round also included Tallwood Venture Capital and Jolimont Capital as investors.

Report projects printed electronics market

11 March, 2008

Markets for displays, signage, lighting, RFID tags, sensors, solar panels, batteries and other products manufactured using printing technology will reach $30.1 billion by 2015, according to a report from NanoMarkets.

Chair changes colour with human touch

06 December, 2007 by Elizabeth Latham, Journalist

Furniture that uses sensors and wireless technology to change colour when sat on is claimed to make sitting more comfortable and people feel wonderful

Interworld Electronics panel PCs and HMI controllers

09 November, 2007 | Supplied by:

Interworld Electronics carries a large range of panel PCs. Panel PCs include an LCD monitor and a built-in full function single board computer to provide a rugged and versatile compact user workstation that can be used for industrial control, medical and point-of-sale applications. The ultra-slim, compact structure makes them a suitable choice when space is limited.

Smart wardrobe helps you dress

08 November, 2007 by Elizabeth Latham, Journalist

Researchers from the University of South Australia's Wearable Computer Laboratory developed a garment-integrated electronic technology that can tell what you last wore, where you've worn it, what accessories you wore and when you last washed it

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.

Distribution agreement announced for Digi-Key and Ledil

15 October, 2007

Digi-Key Corporation and Ledil have signed a worldwide distribution agreement.

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.

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