Published June 15, 2002
by Wiley-VCH .
Written in English
|Contributions||P. Åke Öberg (Editor), Tatsuo Togawa (Editor), Francis A. Spelman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||444|
Unlike other books on sensors, the Handbook of Modern Sensors is organized according to the measured variables (temperature, pressure, position, etc.). This book is a reference text for students, researchers interested in modern instrumentation (applied physicists and engineers), sensor designers, application engineers and technicians whose job it is to understand, select and/or design sensors for Cited by: “Sensor Technologies: Healthcare, Wellness and Environmental Applications provides an extensive overview of sensing technologies and their applications in healthcare, wellness, and environmental monitoring. From sensor hardware to system applications and case studies, this book gives readers an in-depth understanding of the technologies and Cited by: The book is undoubtedly useful as a source of reference. The large number of sensors described in it, and the consideration of underlying principles of operation should help people ." (Allan Hobson, Robotica, Vol. 23, ) "This book handles the basic and absolutely most important common areas of all sensor : Springer-Verlag New York. Today's smart sensors, wireless sensors, and microtechnologies are revolutionizing sensor design and applications. This volume is a comprehensive sensor reference guide to be used by engineers and scientists in industry, research, and academia to help with their sensor selection and system design.
Optical Sensors. This interesting book covers latest aspects of a highly sophisticated technology; results treated in critical detail; demonstrates applicability of this technology to practical problems in process control, biochip methods, clinical analysis, environmental sciences. Read More. the book introduces each sensor, along with some mobile LCD displayed measurements. Then, the second half of the book has lots of applications for you to try, such as tilt video games, custom measurement tools, and diagnostic devices for hobby and sports pursuits. Intrusion Sensor Application Notebook 6 Acoustic sensor testing with the C To verify sensor range and operation for acoustic sensors (for models, see Acoustic sensor testing with the GT-2 tester on page 7), use the C tester and do the following: 1. Set the tester to the appropriate glass type. Use the tempered setting if you are. Sensors is published semi-monthly online by MDPI. The Polish Society of Applied Electromagnetics (PTZE) and Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (JSPRS) are affiliated with Sensors and their members receive a discount on the article processing charges.
editors: P. Ripka and A. Tipek Master Book on Sensors Modular Courses on Modern Sensors Leonardo da Vinci project CZ/00/B/F/PP Part A 1 , Sensors •1) Active sensors: Require an external source of power (excitation voltage) that provides the majority of the output power of the signal •2) Passive sensors: The output power is almost entirely provided by the measured signal without an excitation voltage. Today's smart sensors, wireless sensors, and microtechnologies are revolutionizing sensor design and applications. This volume is a comprehensive sensor reference guide to be used by engineers and scientists in industry, research, and academia to help with their sensor selection and system by: For a complete background regarding the application of Hall effect sensors, start with Chapter 1 and read straight through. If a sensing application exists and to determine the applicability of the Hall effect, Chapter 7 might be a good place to start. If a concept exists and the designer is familiar with Hall effect sensors File Size: 1MB.