SENSORS: All Sensors Corp.’s ½ inch H2O Full Scale Millivolt Output Pressure Sensor is the first ½ inch H2O Millivolt Output Pressure Sensor released to the market. Obtaining a ½ inch measurement from a millivolt device has become possible utilizing proprietary All Sensors’ CoBeam²TM Technology. The ½-inch device offers 2x the sensitivity of the 1 inch H2O device which provides higher signal to noise for the most demanding low-pressure applications. This millivolt pressure sensor offers accurate, low-pressure measurements at a more affordable price. The entire ½- to 30-inch H2O pressure sensor family is RoHS-compliant. The sensors are offered in a pc board mountable package with two pressure ports. Seven pressure ranges are available from ½ inch H2O full scale to 30 inch H2O full scale. They are available with a millivolt output proportional to either gage or differential pressure. Output offset errors are significantly reduced by electrical cross coupling compensation employed within the sensor.
Enabling the Future is designing prosthetic appendages modeled more like superhero arms and hands than your average static artificial limbs. And they’re doing it through a website and grassroots movement inspired by two men’s design and creation in 2012 of a metal prosthetic for a child in South Africa.
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