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posted in February 2012

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Part V: Advanced Sensors in Precision Manufacturing Applications
Continuing Education Center 
2/17/2012  247 comments
The rules can change when sensor specifications exceed those for high-volume applications. High precision and accuracy sensors as well as measurement extremes often dictate different sensor technologies. This lecture will explore a few of the more challenging situations.
Part IV: Designing Intelligent Sensor Interfaces
Continuing Education Center 
2/16/2012  211 comments
Design considerations for interfacing sensors vary depending on the sensor's output and the application's requirements. This tutorial will address some of the more common issues.
Part III: Selecting the Right Sensor for Your Application
Continuing Education Center 
2/15/2012  229 comments
For some measurements, selecting the right sensor simply involves a few parameters such as range, accuracy, and precision. However, applications with network communication and environmental issues such as temperature extremes and high humidity demand further considerations. Our lecturer will discuss a few of his favorites in this session.
Part II: Understanding & Using Sensors in Machine-Vision Systems
Continuing Education Center 
2/14/2012  258 comments
Vision technology continues to evolve and offer users more choices. Is a CCD or CMOS sensor required? Find out from our expert in this tutorial.
Introduction: Basics of Industrial Sensors & Control
Continuing Education Center 
2/13/2012  323 comments
Choosing the right sensor for industrial applications involves more than just the sensor technology used for the measurement. Other system requirements, including the network communication protocol, play equally important roles. Our expert will delve into some of the most common issues for industrial measurements.

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