Duncan Electronics' bi-directional, non-contacting torque sensor allows powertrain engineers to design an accurate torque sensor into their power conversion systems. Unlike similar existing sensors, which don't go beyond 6,000 rpm, BEITorq's goes to 17,000+ rpm and allows real-time torque monitoring with significant accuracy. Thus, it replaces high-cost laboratory-grade strain gage devices. Attributes include compact design for easy integration, long life, simplicity and accuracy in zero-speed to high-rpm applications.
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Marine mussels and their interaction with the ocean environment has inspired a breakthrough in developing a nontoxic coating for organic electronic components that also could speed up the manufacturing process.
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