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  • Meeting Harsh Media Pressure Sensor Requirements

    Pressure sensors are a requirement in many industrial, energy, heavy equipment, transportation, food and beverage, and certain medical applications. A key consideration for selecting the right pressure sensor is if they must operate in severe conditions where dust, chemicals, shock/vibration and temperature all threaten performance, reliability and longevity.Read More

    Oscilloscope Fundamentals

    The oscilloscope is arguably one of the most useful tools ever created for use by electronic engineers. It is the purpose of this primer to describe digital oscilloscopes, which have for practical purposes, replaced their analog predecessors in the vast majority of applications.Read More

    Thermopile Arrays Open Up A New World of Automation Applications

    Thermal Infrared Detectors, one type of IR Sensor, are distinguished by the advantages of a wide wavelength response, no requirement for cooling, high-temperature stability, high signal-to-noise ratio and low cost. Consequently, they are widely used in consumer products and in instrumentation.Read More

    The Quiet Spark Plugs Behind the IoT: Sensors

    As the Internet of Things continues its astonishing growth, smart and connected technologies are at the forefront of most IoT conversations. Lesser recognized are developments in sensors that are making these smart devices possible.Read More

    Considerations for Selecting Automotive-Grade Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors in Electric Vehicles

    For EV design engineers and purchasing agents, the drive towards increased electrification of the automotive drive train results in the challenge of finding cutting-edge components that can handle increasing temperatures, voltage, and power without sacrificing reliability, availability, and footprint. This white paper will review the varying requirements MLCCs have to meet within EV susbsystems.Read More

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Meeting Harsh Media Pressure Sensor Requirements

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