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Sensor Technology As The Basis For Industry 4.0

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Sensor Technology As The Basis For Industry 4.0
Sensor Technology As The Basis For Industry 4.0

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Video: Sensors and Solutions for Industry 4.0 Applications 2023, January
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Sensor technology is a key technology for measuring, controlling and regulating mechatronic systems in automation, especially in production and process engineering. Especially in connection with Industry 4.0 and the connectivity of machines (machine-to-machine communication), sensor technology is of particular importance in industrial production. So that machines can communicate with each other and report errors, for example, sensory systems must be able to record a wide variety of needs.

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Edmund Schiessle's book "Industrial sensors - sensor technology and measurement recording" describes the development and practical application of the most important sensors. Through application-related error analysis of measuring systems, sensors and sensor systems, supplemented by detailed, fully calculated application examples, the book is not only suitable for students, but also for engineers and technicians from various disciplines who deal with sensors. The specialist book is a new title from the joint book series of the three specialist media "Electronics Practice", "Electrical Engineering" and "Construction Practice".

New in this edition

The first edition already provided the professional with all the relevant information and gave him a comprehensive insight into this key technology: in addition to the multitude of sensor types already presented, the author is now devoting himself to the innovative models, the so-called "smart sensors": these change physical and chemical signals into digital electrical signals and automatically begin with the evaluation and processing. The author uses an example from the automotive industry to show how a smart sensor system can work: in the European Union (EU), tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) are mandatory for new vehicles. The direct sensor system consists of a microcontroller with an integrated pressure, acceleration and temperature sensor.The pressure and acceleration sensors are usually implemented as capacitive sensors and the temperature sensors as resistive sensors. The sensor system is located on a small circuit board together with a chemical button cell, a radio-technical control unit including antenna and minibus system, the sensor system being located in a sealed housing. The temperature sensor enables reliable measurements of the tire pressure with an absolute measurement deviation of less than 0.1 bar even when the vehicle is stationary and when driving with cold tires in conjunction with the acceleration sensor. The measured values ​​are called up by the on-board electronics and further processed in terms of signals.The sensor system is located on a small circuit board together with a chemical button cell, a radio-technical control unit including antenna and minibus system, the sensor system being located in a sealed housing. The temperature sensor enables reliable measurements of the tire pressure with an absolute measurement deviation of less than 0.1 bar even when the vehicle is stationary and when driving with cold tires in conjunction with the acceleration sensor. The measured values ​​are called up by the on-board electronics and further processed in terms of signal technology.The sensor system is located on a small circuit board together with a chemical button cell, a radio-technical control unit including antenna and minibus system, the sensor system being located in a sealed housing. The temperature sensor enables reliable measurements of the tire pressure with an absolute measurement deviation of less than 0.1 bar even when the vehicle is stationary and when driving with cold tires in conjunction with the acceleration sensor. The measured values ​​are called up by the on-board electronics and further processed in terms of signals.The temperature sensor enables reliable measurements of the tire pressure with an absolute measurement deviation of less than 0.1 bar even when the vehicle is stationary and when driving with cold tires in conjunction with the acceleration sensor. The measured values ​​are called up by the on-board electronics and further processed in terms of signal technology.The temperature sensor enables reliable measurements of the tire pressure with an absolute measurement deviation of less than 0.1 bar even when the vehicle is stationary and when driving with cold tires in conjunction with the acceleration sensor. The measured values ​​are called up by the on-board electronics and further processed in terms of signals.

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