The focus will be on the comprehensive portfolio of sensors, including MEMS sensors, pressure sensors as well as magnetic and optical sensors from leading suppliers.
Complete solutions for applications in the areas of SMART Health, SMART Mobility, SMART Energy, SMART Home, SMART Agriculture, SMART Industry, and SMART Things cover the entire signal chain: In addition to the sensors, these include wireless components, microcontrollers, power management and safety solutions as well as software and services.
Also exhibiting with Rutronik in Hall 1, Stand 319 is:
· small low-power sensor hub BHI160 with a 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer
· BME280 - which features humidity, temperature and pressure gauges to make it the smallest weather station in the world
· Barometric Pressure Sensor DPS310 with excellent pressure noise performance, high stability and outstanding accuracy
· Complete Time-of-Flight solution with real time 3D imaging - QVGA Time-of-Flight chipset MLX75023 and MLX75123
· Infrared Thermal Sensor Array (32x24 RES) pixel sensor MLX90640
· 3D HAL sensors HAL 37 / HAR 37 / HAC 37 with superior angular accuracy
· 24 Ghz FSK Doppler / FMCW module with signal processing
· Intelligent microwave sensor for distance measurement for moving objects
· HVC-P2 camera module with integrated software for face recognition and presence identification
· digital humidity sensor SHTW2: the world's smallest digital humidity and temperature sensor
· the world's smallest differential pressure sensor SDP3x
· Motion MEMS & Environmental Sensor expansion board for STM32 Nucleo including the iNEMO inertial module with a 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope, a compass with a 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis magnetometer as well as pressure, humidity and temperature sensors as well as pressure, humidity and temperature sensors
Contact partner at the stand: Marcus Balke, Senior Marketing Manager Analog & Sensors, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH
Additional highlight: As part of the forum "Innovative Testing" Andreas Mangler, Director Strategic Marketing & Communications at Rutronik, will give the lecture ""Erweiterte Analyse-Funktionen im Batterie Management System: Impedanzspektroskopie - das Schlüsselelement in der Reichweitenprognose" (Enhanced Analysis Functions in the Battery Management System: Impedance Spectroscopy - The Key Element in Range Prediction). The new method enables much more precise analysis and diagnosis of battery systems than the methods currently used and therefore allows for more precise statements regarding the State-of-Health (SoH) of batteries as well as reliable forecasts e.g. of their RUL (Remaining Useful Life).
Date: Wednesday, 31 May 2017, 11-11:30, Forum Hall 1