Omron’s ToF sensor module offers real-time 3D sensing
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Omron’s ToF sensor module offers real-time 3D sensing

Omron's ToF sensor offers real-time 3D sensing of distance to humans or objects Omron EMC's B5L ToF (Time of Flight) sensor uses the flight time of light to measure distances to objects. The B5L ToF sensor is able to turn captured images into 3D images and can measure at a speed of...

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World’s First MOS FET Relay Module “G3VM-21MT” with Solid State Relay in “T-type Circuit Structure”
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World’s First MOS FET Relay Module “G3VM-21MT” with Solid State Relay in “T-type Circuit Structure”

OMRON Corporation of Kyoto, western Japan globally released its new MOS FET (*1) relay module “G3VM-21MT” on December 2, 2019. The product is the first electronic component in the world (2) to adopt a “T-type circuit structure” (3). With a T-type circuit structure...

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Ultra-wide angle thermal MEMS sensor added to range
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Ultra-wide angle thermal MEMS sensor added to range

Omron Electronic Components has added a wide angle 32 x 32 element version of its D6T MEMS Thermal Sensors, offering the widest field of view that Omron has ever delivered. The new Omron D6T-32L-01A can view across 90.0° by 90.0°, able to encompass a wide area such as a whole room...

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Fishmograph – Omron’s D7S sensor based seismograph
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Fishmograph – Omron’s D7S sensor based seismograph

Fishmograph allows to precisely monitor earthquakes involving our house using the D7S sensor, sending us an email notification for every event detected, allowing us to take people and things to safety. Fishmograph is based on Fishino 32 and the excellent low-cost D7S sensor developed by...

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Micro-displacement sensor resolves 10 microns
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Micro-displacement sensor resolves 10 microns

An optical micro-displacement sensor from Omron Electronic Components Europe is capable of resolving 10 microns – one tenth the diameter of a human hair or the thickness of a coat of paint. by Graham Prophet @ edn-europe.com The high resolution of the Z4D sensor suits...

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