The latest fashion in machine controls is to network temperature and pressure sensors with fieldbus protocols for faster, more accurate data acquisition, built-in sensor diagnostics, and better machine uptime.
What does SENS stand for?
SENS stands for Sensor
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We have 24 other meanings of SENS in our Acronym Attic
- School of Environment and Natural Resources (Ohio State University)
- Steel Erection Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee (US Department of Labor)
- Serial Number Recognition Accountability System
- South East Natural Resources Consultative Committee (Australia)
- Sensor Report
- School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences (various locations)
- Southeastern Neuroradiological Society
- Ottawa Senators (NHL team)
- Scalable Enhanced Network Stack
- Small Extension Node Switch
- Software Engineering and Network Systems Laboratory (Michigan State University)
- Stock Exchange News Service (Johannesburg Stock Exchange; South Africa)
- Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence
- Swedish Environmental Secretariat for Asia (Swedish International Development Cooperation Authority)
- Sensor Coverage Report
- Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment
- Safety through Education, Not Speed Enforcement
- School Excelling Through National Skill Standards Education (AWS)
- Sensitivity Encoding
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Laser line sensor specifications The compact sensor package (figure 2) includes the laser, 2D camera detector, imaging optics and internal processing to operate the sensor.
If one of those needle pins is bent or closed slightly, the sensor system will detect a higher force than acceptable.
As a general rule, the best sensor performance also requires a laser with a smaller spot size and a very fast frequency response rate to obtain reliable data from interrupted surfaces such as tread profiles or sidewalls with their lettering and variety of complex shapes.
This type of sensor includes rotary paddle switches and vibratory probes for dry bulk solids, as well as capacitance probes for both solids and liquids.
Development of new sensors and use of new sensor technologies can enhance awareness of process status.