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The third and final volume of the Encyclopedia of Electronic Components is devoted entirely to sensors.
Two factors have led to significant changes in the sensor field since the 1980s. First, features such as anti-lock brakes, airbags, and air conditioning have spurred the development of low-cost sensors for automotive applications. Most of these sensors are silicon-based devices such as MEMS (microelectromechanical) devices. The second wave started in 2007 when MEMS sensors were installed on the iPhone. Modern phones can have nearly a dozen different types of sensors, but their size and cost have shrunk to levels that would have been unimaginable 20 years ago. Most MEMS sensors are now as cheap as basic semiconductor components such as voltage regulators or chip chips, and they are easy to use in microcontrollers. In this Encyclopedia, we have allocated a significant part to this market area, hoping that the products we have chosen will remain popular and available for at least the next ten years. In addition, we have provided space for older equipment that has been proven to last.
Although much of the information in this volume is scattered across technical data sheets, introductory texts, websites, and technical specifications published by manufacturers, we believe there is a real need for a permanent resource that gathers all the data. important in one place, well organized and convincing, including details that may be difficult to find elsewhere.
This volume can also play a useful role in trying to organize and organize things in a remarkably chaotic field. For example, is a presence sensor different from a proximity sensor? Some manufacturers seem to think so; others disagree. Understanding the differences in the underlying principles can be important if you're trying to decide which sensor to use.
Sensory issues can also be confusing. To take another example, what is the difference between a reflective switch, a reflective sensor, a reflective optical sensor, a flashlight, and an opt-pass sensor? These terms are used in a variety of data types to describe items that are feedback loops. Understanding the wide variety of terms can be important if you want to find something in the stock index.

Contents Of The Book :

1. GPS
2. magnetometer
3. object presence sensor
4. passive infrared sensor
5. proximity sensor
6. linear position sensor
7. rotary position sensor
8. tilt sensor 
9. gyroscope
10. accelerometer
11. vibration sensor
12. force sensor
13. single touch sensor
14. touch screen
15. liquid level sensor
Schematic Symbols 

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Title: Encyclopedia of Electronic Components, Volume 3
Language: English
Size: 61.91 MB
Pages: 258
Year : 2016
Format: PDF
Author:  Charles Platt