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Curtiss-Wright launches new TILT SENSOR

Curtiss-wright Launches New TILT SENSOR

Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial division has today announced the launch of the VTS2021, a dual-axis, vibration-tolerant tilt sensor that offers an optimal combination of performance, safety and cost in dynamic applications, making the sensor ideal for pitch and roll detection for on- and off-highway industrial-vehicle applications, including mobile elevating work platforms. This …

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Curtiss-Wright launches new Rotary Position Sensor

CURTISS-WRIGHT LAUNCHES NEW ROTARY POSITION SENSOR

Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial division has today announced the launch of the WM-H10, a shaft-operated rotary position sensor featuring a solid-state, Hall-effect sensor that offers two independent and electrically-isolated outputs. Contained in a compact housing with integrated connector, the new sensor’s robust, mechanical design offers exceptional levels of performance and is ideal …

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SICK Long-Range Distance Sensors deliver high performance laser measurement

SICK Long Range Distance Sensors Deliver High Performance Laser Measurement

SICK has pushed the boundaries of long-range laser sensing with the launch of the versatile DT1000 and DL1000 distance sensors to achieve highly-accurate measurement for positioning and non-contact collision avoidance of cranes and vehicle management in freight yards. With SICK’s innovative HDDM+ (High Definition Distance Measurement) technology onboard, users can …

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Visionary new camera from SICK takes 3D images in a snapshot

SICK visionary camera takes 3D images in a snapshot

SICK has launched the Visionary-T, its first robust, industrial imaging camera to capture high-resolution 3D data with a single ‘snapshot’, whether the object is stationary or moving. The SICK Visionary-T uses high-resolution Time-of–Flight (TOF) technology to achieve superior quality 3D imaging for vision applications. Unlike 3D vision systems based on …

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