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作者 Nyce, David S
書名 Linear Position Sensors : Theory and Application
出版項 Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2003
©2004
國際標準書號 9780471474272 (electronic bk.)
9780471233268
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (184 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
附註 LINEAR POSITION SENSORS -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- 1 SENSOR DEFINITIONS AND CONVENTIONS -- 1.1 Is It a Sensor or a Transducer? -- 1.2 Position versus Displacement -- 1.3 Absolute or Incremental Reading -- 1.4 Contact or Contactless Sensing and Actuation -- 1.5 Linear and Angular Configurations -- 1.6 Application versus Sensor Technology -- 2 SPECIFICATIONS -- 2.1 About Position Sensor Specifications -- 2.2 Measuring Range -- 2.3 Zero and Span -- 2.4 Repeatability -- 2.5 Nonlinearity -- 2.6 Hysteresis -- 2.7 Calibrated Accuracy -- 2.8 Drift -- 2.9 What Does All This about Accuracy Mean to Me? -- 2.10 Temperature Effects -- 2.11 Response Time -- 2.12 Output Types -- 2.13 Shock and Vibration -- 2.14 EMI/EMC -- 2.15 Power Requirements -- 2.16 Intrinsic Safety, Explosion Proofing, and Purging -- 2.17 Reliability -- 3 RESISTIVE SENSING -- 3.1 Resistive Position Transducers -- 3.2 Resistance -- 3.3 History of Resistive Linear Position Transducers -- 3.4 Linear Position Transducer Design -- 3.5 Resistive Element -- 3.6 Wiper -- 3.7 Linear Mechanics -- 3.8 Signal Conditioning -- 3.9 Advantages and Disadvantages -- 3.10 Performance Specifications -- 3.11 Typical Performance Specifications and Applications -- 4 CAPACITIVE SENSING -- 4.1 Capacitive Position Transducers -- 4.2 Capacitance -- 4.3 Dielectric Constant -- 4.4 History of Capacitive Sensors -- 4.5 Capacitive Position Transducer Design -- 4.6 Electronic Circuits for Capacitive Transducers -- 4.7 Guard Electrodes -- 4.8 EMI/RFI -- 4.9 Typical Performance Specifications and Applications -- 5 INDUCTIVE SENSING -- 5.1 Inductive Position Transducers -- 5.2 Inductance -- 5.3 Permeability -- 5.4 History of Inductive Sensors -- 5.5 Inductive Position Transducer Design -- 5.6 Coil -- 5.7 Core -- 5.8 Signal Conditioning -- 5.9 Advantages -- 5.10 Typical Performance Specifications and Applications -- 6 THE LVDT
6.1 LVDT Position Transducers -- 6.2 History of the LVDT -- 6.3 LVDT Position Transducer Design -- 6.4 Coils -- 6.5 Core -- 6.6 Carrier Frequency -- 6.7 Demodulation -- 6.8 Signal Conditioning -- 6.9 Advantages -- 6.10 Typical Performance Specifications and Applications -- 7 THE HALL EFFECT -- 7.1 Hall Effect Transducers -- 7.2 The Hall Effect -- 7.3 History of the Hall Effect -- 7.4 Hall Effect Position Transducer Design -- 7.5 Hall Effect Element -- 7.6 Electronics -- 7.7 Linear Arrays -- 7.8 Advantages -- 7.9 Typical Performance Specifications and Applications -- 8 MAGNETORESISTIVE SENSING -- 8.1 Magnetoresistive Transducers -- 8.2 Magnetoresistance -- 8.3 History of Magnetoresistive Sensors -- 8.4 Magnetoresistive Position Transducer Design -- 8.5 Magnetoresistive Element -- 8.6 Linear Arrays -- 8.7 Electronics -- 8.8 Advantages -- 8.9 Typical Performance Specifications and Applications -- 9 MAGNETOSTRICTIVE SENSING -- 9.1 Magnetostrictive Transducers -- 9.2 Magnetostriction -- 9.3 History of Magnetostrictive Sensors -- 9.4 Magnetostrictive Position Transducer Design -- 9.5 Waveguide -- 9.6 Position Magnet -- 9.7 Pickup Devices -- 9.8 Damp -- 9.9 Electronics -- 9.10 Advantages -- 9.11 Typical Performance Specifications -- 9.12 Application -- 10 ENCODERS -- 10.1 Linear Encoders -- 10.2 History of Encoders -- 10.3 Construction -- 10.4 Absolute versus Incremental Encoders -- 10.5 Optical Encoders -- 10.6 Magnetic Encoders -- 10.7 Quadrature -- 10.8 Binary versus Gray Code -- 10.9 Electronics -- 10.10 Advantages -- 10.11 Typical Performance Specification and Applications -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
Sensor technology is an increasingly important area of research This will be the only book entirely devoted to the topic
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
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