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Sensor + Test: Rutronik in Hall 12, Stand 388

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Rutronik: Specialist in sensor components, modules and signal processing

As a specialist in sensor components, modules and signal processing, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH will be exhibiting at the Sensor + Test measurement technology trade fair (14-16 May 2013 in Nuremberg), hall 12, stand 388. The unique portfolio of the broadline distributor comprises all sensor types, technologies and manufacturers. Sensor experts from Rutronik and the manufacturers will be on hand to provide visitors with expert and comprehensive advice.

 

Key product areas in the sensor field include magnetic sensors with Hall switch, Hall linear and MR (magneto resistive) sensors, MEMS sensors (acceleration, gyro, pressure and microphone as well as xDOF modules) as well as optical sensors (transmission, reflection, light and proximity).

In terms of analogue signal processing, the focus is on: Sensor signal conditioning ICs from ZMDI, reference designs from Intersil and Renesas as well as thermocouples and strain gauges, amplifiers, other analogue ICs/ASSP and data converters (ADC, DAC).

 

Products spotlighted on the Rutronik stand: 

The high-precision TLI4970 current sensor from Infineon is based on Infineon’s proven Hall effect technology with electrically isolated primary and secondary sides. It requires only one quarter of the area of comparable chips and does not experience any hysteresis effects. The differential measurement process allows for excellent suppression of leakage fields.

 

The portfolio of BYD current sensor modules comprises 24 series with an input range of 3 A to 2000 A. Thanks to manufacturing processes at automotive level, they offer robustness, quality and long-term availability.

 

The TDK-Micronas gas sensors are based on the mySENS technology developed in-house which detects gases by means of physical effects. Independent sensors measure two gases, temperature as well as relative humidity. Temperature and humidity information are used to compensate for the corresponding gases. Due to the high integration density including the digital interface, the sensors save a great deal of space and are good value.