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Car Window Water Leak Detection With An Ultrasonic Transmitter?

04/25/2016 by sptilton
Water leak location can be determined in a car by placing a 40KHZ ultrasonic transmitter in the car and using an ultrasonic leak detector with its mic...
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Last comment 04/27/2016 by sptilton
 

Meter Multiplier

04/21/2016 by reoji
This is the meter, can any one help me calculate the multiplier
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Last comment 04/21/2016 by Mark Lesha
 

How Can I Calculate Vibration Value

04/16/2016 by bigbhai
In my site Bently Nevada Vibration are there....in radial probe -10vdc is the Gap volt Freq 100 HZ... In using TK3 ...they are sending Some Ac vlts...
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Last comment 04/26/2016 by dj95401
 

Endress Hausser Mapping How to do Unknown Level

04/08/2016 by ratheshraj744
I want to know how to do mapping with unknown level.pls give me step by step option.and what is the difference between envoloped curve+mapping and env...
Views: 116, Comments: 3
Last comment 04/08/2016 by Tornado
 

Endress Hausser Radar Level Transmitter Stilling Well

04/07/2016 by dil.cnair
anybody know how to do mapping with unknown level.pls give me step by step option.and what is the difference between envoloped curve+mapping and envol...
Views: 65, Comments: 3
Last comment 04/08/2016 by lyn
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Sensors & Switches

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An Ultrasonic Approach to Proximity Detection

04/27/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Mobile phones must detect when a device is held close to the user's face to listen to a call, typically disabling touchscreen functionality (which al...
Views: 68, Comments: 1
Last comment 04/28/2016 by Peterpipper

Teaching an Older Smartphone New Tricks

04/06/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
You've seen the general trend. Smartphone developers add more sensors - and more kinds of sensors - with each new generation. But, in what might be c...
Views: 198, Comments: 3
Last comment 04/07/2016 by adreasler

A 'Touching' Story of Artificial Skin

02/09/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
What if someone with a prosthetic hand could feel the things they touch? Researchers have solved this essentially two-fold challenge by developing an...
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Scientific Instruments

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Interact with Your Smartwatch Using Sonar Technology

04/25/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Now, the same technology used to find fish and submerged treasure can help people interact with their mobile devices and smartwatches. Computer scien...
Views: 67, Comments: 0

Simple Solution Gives Standard Scopes Super Resolution

11/19/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Scientists will soon see single molecules as they never have before, thanks to a cost-effective new technology from The Wyss Institute of Biologicall...
Views: 323, Comments: 0

New Instruments Study Microscopic Magnetos

10/08/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Magnetotactic bacteria are found in both fresh and salt water, and feature unique organelles that contain nano-sized iron crystals, making the bacter...
Views: 179, Comments: 1
Last comment 10/11/2015 by bullardrr
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Quality Control

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When a Self-driving Car Causes an Accident

04/24/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Since the earliest stages of testing autonomous cars in real-life situations, consumers, businesses, and regulators have wondered whether the cars ha...
Views: 274, Comments: 20
Last comment 04/26/2016 by IQ

Turn Your Smartphone into a Car's Heads-up Display

03/29/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
As new techniques emerge for projecting "cockpit" information onto a car's windscreen for the driver's convenience, questions arise on whether the in...
Views: 199, Comments: 13
Last comment 03/31/2016 by Nigh

Test Mobile Apps Under Real-world Conditions

03/09/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The validity of any test depends on the conditions under which you conduct it. At the same time, you have to balance test costs with their benefits....
Views: 73, Comments: 0
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Test & Measurement

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Edison's Light Bulb Lives On

04/11/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
To reduce energy consumption, and despite the chagrin of many consumers, countries around the world have severely limited or outright banned the manu...
Views: 285, Comments: 7
Last comment 04/15/2016 by rsalaskar

What's a Hygrometer?

03/25/2016 by SavvyExacta
The right humidity level can make or break manufacturing, testing, and other industrial processes. But what is humidity, and how is it monitored? A...
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Painless Vibration Testing

12/28/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
In many mechanical systems, excess vibration indicates some kind of malfunction or potential malfunction. This new vibration tester provides instant...
Views: 230, Comments: 0
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Electronic Test Equipment Blog

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Getting Great Oscilloscope Results

03/01/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Conventional wisdom states that every test engineer knows how to attach a couple of probes to an oscilloscope to generate good measurements from whic...
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Test Equipment Plays Catch-up to Market Demands

01/01/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The increased use of LTE and LTE-A to carry the communication of the Internet of Things (IoT) has sparked enormous growth in the demand for test equi...
Views: 147, Comments: 0

PXI Systems Rival "Big Iron" ATE

10/31/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Once relegated to "small" testing situations, PXI and PXIe-based modular systems have come of age. From testing multiple-in, multiple-out (MIMO) comm...
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