Designed as an electronic alternative to ball-and-tube sensors, these sensors can measure fluid flow rates as low as 13 ml/minute. Their stainless steel construction works well with chemicals such as solvents and organic compounds. They have ±1.0 percent linearity (full scale) and ±0.2 percent repeatability (full-scale) They come with an analog 0-5V dc output and pulse output, with optional 4-20 mA outputs and an integrated display.
Parallax Inc. is known for developing the Basic Stamp microcontroller development board and educational accessory kits. In addition to developing a user-friendly educational platform to learn about 8-bit microcontrollers and software programming, it created a multicore 32-bit chip called the Propeller.
Researchers working with additive manufacturing have said multimaterial techniques will allow industry “to fabricate materials with combinations of density, strength, and thermal expansion that do not exist [yet].”
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