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Temperature Sensor Design Insights
Learn about our recommended timing for temperature sensor selection during product design.
To increase reliability, safety, and performance, OEMs are embedding sensors into manifolds, load holding valves, actuators, and pumps.
Understand the dependencies of choosing between connectors and lead wires, when specifying an LVDT position sensor.
Understand the terminology used to specify a Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) position sensor.
Learn about the causes of corrosion for sensors in seawater applications and how to design solutions around the challenges.
Learn how TE Connectivity (TE) is manufacturing custom sensors to solve the challenges associated with space applications.
See how TE Connectivity (TE) sensors are being used in various sports for better results and healthier living.
When searching for an LVDT Linear Position Sensor for an application, you often must decipher a multitude of product specifications to configure the right transducer.
The tiny electronic sensor is having a big impact on our lives. Every moment of every day these small but essential tech workhorses turn streams of data into life-changing decisions.
Learn the basics of the magnetoresistive effect and how it is applied to contactless position measurement.
Our white paper focuses on Microfused force sensors, which are used in many types of medical devices including infusion pumps.
Building transmitters that work when temperatures are extreme begins with developing a sensor designed to withstand the harshest environments.
Learn how Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDT's) are designed and manufactured.
Read how systems can can benefit from smaller, simpler pressure transmitter designs.
Learn about the various types of accelerometer sensor types and how they can be applied in various applications to measure acceleration, velocity, and displacement.