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What is a Sensor? Different Types of Sensors, Applications


▶ C'mon over to 🤍 where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! = ▶ Check out the full blog post over at 🤍 = Sensors are a part of everyday life at home and work. There’s probably not a day that goes by where you aren’t impacted in some way by a sensor. In this video, we’re going to talk about what a sensor is, what it can do, and how it can be used in process control. A sensor is a device that senses something. Today we have sensors that can see, feel, hear, smell, and even taste. Without sensors, our home and work lives would be quite difficult. For example, as you drive to work, the traffic lights at an intersection are controlled by sensors embedded in the road. These sensors detect your arrival at the intersection. As you approach the grocery store, the door automatically opens because of a sensor. In your plant, the batch process temperature and pressure are displayed and controlled as a result of output from Sensors. In the world of instrumentation and process control, we define a Sensor as a device that detects changes in physical, electrical, or chemical properties and produces an electrical output in response to that change. What are the typical physical properties that sensors are detecting? Let’s name a few… Level, Temperature, Flow, Pressure, Speed, and Position. From a process control perspective, we can classify sensors as either Passive or Active. A Passive Sensor requires an external source of power to operate while an Active Sensor does not. A Thermocouple is an Active Sensor as it does not require any external power supply to operate. As a thermocouple is exposed to an increase in temperature, it will develop an increasing voltage across it. Another example of an Active sensor is a piezoelectric sensor. A Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) is a Passive Sensor. It is a device that’s resistance will change with a change in temperature. To take advantage of this change in resistance, an external supply, or an excitation circuit is required to produce a change in voltage. Another example of a Passive sensor is a Strain Gauge. Almost every sensor used in process control will be connected to a Transmitter because a sensor’s output needs to be conditioned or amplified. Here’s an example…We’ve already talked about a thermocouple and the voltage output created when it is heated. Unfortunately, the voltage output of a thermocouple is minuscule! In our example, the thermocouple will produce a voltage output from 8 mV to 18 mV over a 450 degree Fahrenheit change in temperature! In-process control, we condition that 8mV to 18mV thermocouple voltage and convert it to a 4 mA to 20 mA industry-standard signal that represents our controlled temperature range. = Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 = To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 = TWEET THIS VIDEO 🤍 = Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn 🤍 Follow us on Instagram 🤍 #Industrial_Sensors #RealPars #Industry

Sensors - which one to use


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EVERY ENGINE SENSOR EXPLAINED - MAF, MAP, IAT, TPS, 02, NOx, EGT - How it works, location, OBD2 code


AEM SS MAP sensors: 🤍 AEM wideband: 🤍 AEM IAT: 🤍 AEM FLUID TEMP: 🤍 AEM EGT: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:57 Crankshaft position sensor 02:54 Camshaft position sensor 03:58 Throttle position sensor TPS 05:44 Mass air flow sensor MAF 07:39 Vane air flow meter AFM 08:44 Manifold absolute pressure sensor MAP 10:27 Oil pressure sensor 11:55 Fuel pressure sensor 12:34 Intake air temperature sensor IAT 14:09 Coolant temperature sensor 15:22 Fuel temperature sensor 16:16 Oil temperature sensor 17:24 Oxygen 02 sensor 20:18 Exhaust gas temperature sensor EGT 22:05 Nitrogen oxide sensor NOx 23:01 Knock sensor 24:07 Quick recap of key sensors 25:53 Outro In this video we're explaining every single car engine sensor. For each sensor we'll be explaining what it does, how does it do it, where is the sensor location and what happens if the sensor goes bad. There's also OBD2 error codes for all the sensors. Stuff like P0335, P0118, P0131, P0340, P0300, P0102, P0113. So the next time you have a problem with one of your sensors you will know what's happening, why is it happening, where is the sensor and what will happen if you don't fix it. To make the video as simple and as logical I have grouped the sensor into 5 categories. 1. Position sensors (crankshaft position sensor, camshaft position sensor, throttle position sensor) 2. Air flow sensors (mass air flow sensor MAF, vane air flow meter) 3. Pressure sensors (MAP or manifold absolute pressure sensor, oil pressure sensor, fuel pressure sensor) 4. Temperature sensors (IAT or intake air temperature sensor, coolant temperature sensor, fuel temperature sensor, oil temperature sensor) 5. Air fuel ratios, emissions and others (oxygen 02 sensor both wide band and narrow band, egt or exhaust gas temperature sensor, nitrogen oxide or nox sensor for SCR selective catalyst reduction and the knock sensor) We'll see how each sensor communicated with the ECU and how each sensor is a piece of the puzzle. When they all work together correctly the ECU gets to see the big picture and accurately and efficiently manage the operation of the engine. For example the crankshaft position sensor tells the ECU where the piston is so the ECU knows WHEN to inject the fuel. Air flow sensors like the Mass air flow sensor or the map sensor tell the ECU how much air is coming into the engine so the ECU knows HOW MUCH fuel to inject. The throttle position sensor and the intake air temperature sensor tell the ECU the load placed on the engine and the intake air temp which further improves the accuracy of the injection. The final stream of information necessary for injection accuracy comes from the fuel pressure sensor which lets the ECU calculate exactly how long it needs to keep the injectors open in order to deliver the precise quantity of fuel needed. In case something does go wrong we have the life saver sensors like the knock or oil pressure sensors. The knock sensor listens for knock or abnormal combustion and if it detects it it warns the ECU and the ECU in a matter of milliseconds retards ignition timing and/or adds fuel to prevent knock from occurring again. The oil pressure and oil temperature sensors make sure that the engine oil, the lifeblood of the engine, is within functional parameters. As soon as it even briefly drifts out of expected values the ECU can protect the engine and warn the driver. All in all modern cars are a moving world of information where a large number of sensors rapidly provides endless amounts of data that gets interpreted at lightning speeds by the ECU where it triggers a sea of different actions that keep you moving smoothly and safely along the road all while preserving efficiency and minimizing emissions. A special thank you to my patrons: Daniel Peter Della Flora Daniel Morgan William Richard Caldwell Pepe Brian Durning Brian Alvarez D4A merch: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 #d4a #enginebootcamp

Types of Sensors


✅ C'mon over to 🤍 where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! ✅ Check out the full blog post over at 🤍 Sensors are the figurative eyes and ears of and control system. In general, if you want to control it, you must sense it. Because the controls engineer is often called on to specify sensors and deal with sensing problems, sooner or later we all get more than enough familiarity with them. In this video, we are going to familiarize you with the types of sensors that we frequently use in industrial equipment. We intend this to be an introductory video for a new engineer just getting started, or for anyone looking for a general understanding of some general controls concepts. Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 = To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 = TWEET THIS VIDEO: 🤍 = Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn 🤍 #RealPars #Sensor

Don't clean your Camera's Sensor 📷 (Without watching this)


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Sensors Explained - What is a Sensor - Different Types ✅ | Robotics tutorial for Beginners


A device that detects and responds to some type of input from the physical environment is known as a sensor. The particular input could be anything from light to heat to motion to moisture to pressure, or it could even be any one of an extremely large number of other environmental occurrences. Everything You Need to Know About Sensors - In this Robotics tutorial for Beginners, we will discuss everything you need to know about sensors, including the different types of sensors, how to connect sensors to Arduino, and how to use sensors in DIY robots so that you can get started building your own robot. Start Designing your own PCBs 👉 🤍 Complete Links to Sensors - 🤍 - Learn More About Sensors and Arduino Basically, sensors are specially designed devices or objects that will detect the properties, events or changes in the environment, and then provide a corresponding signal. It's cool to make your own PCBs for your DIY Project right? It's Super Easy! 😎 They are one of the crucial instruments which will bridge the physical and electronic world. Here are some of the sensors that we commonly use in everyday projects. We have IR sensors, which will sense infrared rays, ultrasonic sensors to sense ultrasonic sound, heat sensors to sense temperature, a pressure sensor to sense touch/pressure and there are so much more. Amazing Arduino Projects - 🤍 Cool Robotics Projects - 🤍 By the end of this series, you should be able to build a beginner's robot on your own. Check out our Website - 🤍 Like the previous video, I will try to make this video as interesting and simple as possible so that everyone can understand everything easily in a fun way.

Temperature Sensors Explained


Temperature sensors explained. How do temperature sensors work? In this video we learn the basics of how different temperature sensors work. We look at thermometers, thermocouples, thermistors and resistance temperature detectors RTD. LEARN MORE HERE: 🤍 🎁 Start your free Danfoss temperature sensor eLesson - 🤍 The Temperature Sensor eLessons available in Danfoss Learning will give you an understanding of the Danfoss temperature sensor program, the type designation system, which sensors are best suited for each application, and know how to select a sensor. You’ll also gain a deeper understanding of temperature sensor technology. Create a free Danfoss Learning account - 🤍 ⚡🛠️ TOOLS YOU NEED 🛠️⚡ Get this HVACR book ➡️ 🤍 Professional Multimeter -➡️ 🤍 Good multimeter -➡️ 🤍 Professional clamp meter ➡️ 🤍 Good Clamp meter ➡️ 🤍 Outlet tester ➡️- 🤍 Energy monitoring plug ➡️ 🤍 Battery tester -➡️ 🤍 Basic electronics kit ➡️ 🤍 MY FAVOURITE GEAR 🎥 My camera - 🤍 🎤 My Microphone - 🤍 ⌨️ My Keyboard - 🤍 🖥️ My monitor - 🤍 🎧 My headphones - 🤍 🙌 SUPPORT US 🙌 * ⚠️ *Found this video super useful?* Buy Paul a coffee to say thanks: ☕ PayPal: 🤍 👋 SOCIALISE WITH US 👋 👉FACEBOOK: 🤍 👉TWITTER: 🤍 👉INSTAGRAM: 🤍 👉WEBSITE: Http:// 👀 Links - MUST WATCH!! 👀 ⚡ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING⚡ 👉How electricity works: 🤍 👉Three Phase Electricity: 🤍 👉How Inverters work: 🤍 👉How TRANSFORMER works: 🤍 👉How 3 Phase electricity works: 🤍 👉How Induction motor works: 🤍 👉What is a KWH: 🤍 👉How induction motor works: 🤍 ❄️ CHILLER ENGINEERING ❄️ 👉Chiller Efficiency improvements: 🤍 👉Chilled water schematics: 🤍 👉Chiller crash course: 🤍 👉Chiller types: 🤍 👉Chillers/AHU/RTU: 🤍 👉Water cooled chiller Part1: 🤍 👉Water cooled chiller Part2: 🤍 👉Chiller cooling capacity calcs: 🤍 👉Chiller compressors: 🤍 👉Chiller expansion valve: 🤍 👉Chiller surge: 🤍 👉Chiller condenser: 🤍 👉Chiller evaporator: 🤍 👉Chiller compressor centrifugal: 🤍 👉Chiller cooling capacity: 🤍 🌡️ HVAC ENGINEERING 🌡️ 👉HVAC Basics: 🤍 👉Boilers/AHU/FCU: 🤍 👉How Heat Pump works: 🤍 👉Heat pumps advanced: 🤍 👉Fan Coil Units: 🤍 👉Pump calculations: 🤍 👉Fan and motor calculations: 🤍 👉HVAC Cooling coils: 🤍 👉Cooling towers: 🤍 ⚗️ REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS 🌡️ 👉How refrigerants work: 🤍 👉Thermal expansion valves: 🤍 👉Refrigeration design software: 🤍 👉Design refrigeration system: 🤍 👉Reversing valve: 🤍 👉How A/C units work: 🤍 ⚗️ REFRIGERANTS ⚗️ 👉Refrierant retrofit guide: 🤍 👉Refrigerant types, future: 🤍 👉How refrigerants work: 🤍 🌊 HYDRONICS 🌊 👉Primary & Secondary system: 🤍 👉Pumps: 🤍 👉Pump calculations: 🤍 🔥➡️❄️ HEAT EXCHANGERS 🔥➡️❄️ 👉Plate Heat Exchangers: 🤍 👉Micro plate heat exchanger: 🤍 💻 DATA CENTERS 💻 👉Data Center cooling: 🤍 🔬 PHYSICS 🔬 👉What is Density: 🤍 🎬 DOCUMENTARY 🎬 👉WW2 Bunker HVAC engineering: 🤍 rtd, industrial engineering, convection, instrument guru, instrumentation #HVAC #refrigeration #engineering

How Sensors Keep Bridges From Collapsing (and other structures too)


Infrastructure Instrumentation to save lives and make cool graphs! It turns out that plenty of types of infrastructure, especially those that have serious implications for public safety, are equipped with instruments to track their performance over time and even save lives by providing an early warning if something is going wrong. Engineers keep an eye on strain, vibrations, temperature, pressure, tilt, flow rate, and more to make sure that structures behave like they were designed and to keep people safe from disaster. Watch this video ad-free on Nebula: 🤍 Signed copies of my book (plus other cool stuff) are available here: 🤍ering/ Practical Engineering is a YouTube channel about infrastructure and the human-made world around us. It is hosted, written, and produced by Grady Hillhouse. We have new videos posted regularly, so please subscribe for updates. If you enjoyed the video, hit that ‘like’ button, give us a comment, or watch another of our videos! CONNECT WITH ME Website: 🤍ering Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 SPONSORSHIP INQUIRIES Please email my agent at practicalengineering🤍 DISCLAIMER This is not engineering advice. Everything here is for informational and entertainment purposes only. Contact an engineer licensed to practice in your area if you need professional advice or services. All non-licensed clips used for fair use commentary, criticism, and educational purposes. SPECIAL THANKS This video is sponsored by Henson. Stock video and imagery provided by Getty Images, Shutterstock, Pond5, and Videoblocks. Music by Epidemic Sound: 🤍 Tonic and Energy by Elexive is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License Source: 🤍 Hosted/Written/Produced by Grady Hillhouse Edited by Wesley Crump Script Edited by Ralph Crewe Production Assistance from Josh Lorenz Graphics by Nebula Studios

What is Sensor Technology


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How to connect wearable muscle sensor to Arduino Uno? | Muscle BioAmp Patchy | DIY Neuroscience


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Ultimate Guide to Smart Home Sensors + ideas


There are a lot of indoor smart home sensors out there, but this video will help you sort through the mess and find the best ones for you. Plus I’ll share lots of sensor ideas along the way. Links (affiliate): Contact Sensors Linkind: 🤍 Aqara: 🤍 Ecolink: 🤍 Ring: 🤍 SmartThings Multipurpose: 🤍 Motion Sensors IKEA: 🤍 Sonoff: 🤍 SmartThings motion: 🤍 Philips Hue: 🤍 HomeSeer HSM200: 🤍 Aeotec 6 in 1: 🤍 Less Recommended Sensors AGSHOME: 🤍 Wyze Sense: 🤍 Linkind: 🤍 Inovelli 4 in 1: 🤍 Zooz 4 in 1: 🤍 My shirt: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss more smart home videos: 🤍 MORE INFO on connecting the sensors to SmartThings: 1- Aqara: Add this device handler 🤍 Then hold down on the sensor button 3 seconds to put it into pairing mode. Scan for nearby devices and it will add it. 2- Linkind: Push the pin button for 3 to 5 seconds to put it into pairing mode. Then scan for nearby devices. After adding it, go to the device type in the SmartThings IDE Change the device type to SmartSense Open/Closed Sensor Then you have to remove the device and re-add it using the pin button. After that it will work. 3- HomeSeer HSM200: Follow these instructions on adding the device handler 🤍 4- Hue Motion Sensor: Here are some instructions on how to do it 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:31 Contact Sensors 3:53 Motion Sensors 5:22 Advanced Motion Sensors 8:39 Less Recommended Sensors 9:55 Favorites 11:32 Sensor Tips 12:04 It’s getting hot in here DISCOVER MORE Next Level Automations: 🤍 25 Automation Ideas vol 2: 🤍 12 Alexa Routines: 🤍 MY SETUP & GEAR See the list of everything I use in my smart home and other favorites: 🤍 FOLLOW ME Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 MUSIC The End by EVA 🤍 Disclaimer: Smart Home Solver was sent HomeSeer and Inovelli 4 in 1 sensors for unbiased reviews. As always, our opinions are 100% our own and not influenced.

Sensors Used in Cars | Working of Sensors | Location and Uses (Explained in Detail)


What are the Sensors used in Modern Cars? Crank Shaft Position Sensor, Cam Shaft Position Sensor, Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF), Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (MAP), Knock Sensor, Coolant Temperature Sensor, Fuel Temperature Sensor, Crash Sensor for Airbag, Wheel Speed Sensor, Parking Sensor, Rain Wiping Sensor. Working of the Sensors, What Happens if it Fails? Types of Sensors, Location and Uses of Sensors. #sensor #crankshaft #camshaft #temperature #knocking #knock #wipers #parkingcars #brakesystem #temperaturesensor #speedsensor #o2sensor #parkingsensor

The Eternal Battle Against Bathroom Sensors with Gabriel Iglesias | Netflix Is A Joke


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Beyond the Basics: Automatic Gatekeeper With IR Sensor And ChatGPT Generated Arduino Code


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Effective Ways To Detect People With Common Sensors


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Sensors || What Is Sensor?


Sensors Basic, classification, types & characteristics.

O2 Sensor Engineers HATE Mechanics


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Sustainable Living: Water Level Monitoring With Ultrasonic Sensor, Blynk And ChatGPT Generated Code


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Proximity Sensor working. Inductive proximity sensor, capacitive proximity sensor. proximity switch


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Ultrasonic Sensor चमगादड़ #shorts


Ultrasonic Sensor #shortsfeed #shorts #arduino #sensor Business inquires E-mail : skynetrobotics123🤍 Connect With Skynet Robotics Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 For Ready Made Electronics projects Message me on WhatsApp +919075800409 WARNING: This video is for demonstration and education purpose only. Each demonstration presents risk and hazards that must be fully understood before attempting. And should be performed only by professionals. By Skynet Robotics #skynetrobotics Avinash Sonawane In this educational video, we delve into the fascinating world of ultrasonic sensors. Join us as we explore the working principles, applications, and projects involving ultrasonic sensors. Discover how these sensors utilize sound waves to measure distances, detect objects, and navigate their surroundings. Learn how to interface an ultrasonic sensor with an Arduino to create interactive projects. We'll also discuss the industrial and waterproof variants of ultrasonic sensors and their unique features. Additionally, we touch upon interesting facts about bats, including their flying abilities and the mechanics behind their wing movements. Get ready for an informative and captivating session that combines technology and nature. #ytshorts #youtubeshorts #batsman Business inquires E-mail : skynetrobotics123🤍

Cleaning your MAP sensor is easy


Cleaning your MAP sensor is easy, and I show just how to clean your MAP sensor in this #short. Not all cars have a MAP sensor, but for cars that do the location is usually about the same. Just after the throttle body, on the intake manifold. Get spray cleaner for MAP sensors from Amazon: Spray cleaner safe for MAP sensors: 🤍 Disclaimer: I may earn a small commission from purchases made through the link above. #diytuneup #diycartuneup #diycarrepair #diymechanic #cardiy

Radar Sensors from $3 to over $100: Which one is Best?


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How To Clean Sensors | Roomba® 800 series | iRobot®


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What is a Level Sensor?


▶ C'mon over to 🤍 where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! = ▶ Check out the full blog post over at 🤍 = Industries use several different types of level sensors to detect their products. In this video, we are going to talk about the different types of level sensors used in the industry. Level Sensors can be broken into two classifications, point level measurement, and continuous level measuring. Point level measurement indicates when a product is present at a certain point and continuous level measuring indicates the continuous level of a product as it rises and falls. The sensors for point level indication are “Capacitance”, “Optical”, “Conductivity”, “Vibrating” (Tuning Fork) and “Float Switch”. The sensors for continuous level measuring are “Ultrasonic” and “Radar” (or Microwave). A capacitance sensor is a proximity sensor that gives off an electrical field and detects a level by the effect on its electrical field. These sensors are small, less expensive than other sensors, invasive to the product, accurate, and have no moving parts. However, they do have to be calibrated and will only detect certain liquids. Capacitance sensors can be used in liquid storage tanks. A water treatment facility that has storage tanks would be an ideal use for a capacitance sensor. The next point level sensor we will talk about is an optical level sensor. Optical sensors work by converting light rays into electrical signals which measure a physical quantity of light then translate it into a measurement. These sensors have no moving parts, they are not affected by high pressure or temperature, are small in size, and can be used in liquid applications. Another style of point level sensor is conductivity or resistance. A conductivity or resistance sensor uses a probe to read conductivity. The probe has a pair of electrodes and applies alternating current to them. When a liquid covers the probe its electrodes form a part on an electric circuit, causing current to flow which signals a high or low level. The advantages of using a conductivity level sensor are there are no moving parts, they are low cost, and fairly easy to use. The disadvantages are they are invasive, meaning they must touch the product being sensed, they only sense conductive liquids, and the probe will erode over time. Vibrating or tuning forks is another type of point level sensor. They use a fork-shaped sensing element with two tines. The fork vibrates at its natural resonant frequency. As the level changes, the frequency of the fork will change detecting the level. These sensors are cost effective and are also compact. They are invasive to the product, meaning they have to touch the material to sense the level. These sensors are easy to install and are essentially maintenance-free. Float switches use a float, a device that will raise or lower when a product is applied or removed, which will open or close a circuit as the level raises or lowers moving the float. The advantages of a float switch are that it is a nonpowered device, it provides a direct indication, and they are inexpensive. The disadvantages are they are invasive to the product, they have moving parts, and can be large in size. Float switches will only give an indication for a high or low level they cannot measure a variable level. ultrasonic sensors work by emitting and receiving ultrasonic waves. The time it takes for the waves to reflect back is how distance is measured. These sensors have no moving parts, are compact, and reliable. The disadvantage of using this type of sensor is that they can be expensive and in some situations, the environment can have a negative effect on them. The benefits of ultrasonic sensors are that they are non-invasive, or non-contact, they are unaffected by the properties of the material they are sensing, and they are self-cleaning because of the vibrations they give off. Radar or microwave is also a continuous level sensor. These sensors transmit microwaves by an antenna on the radar sensor. = Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 = To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 = TWEET THIS VIDEO 🤍 = Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow us on instagram: 🤍 #RealPars #LevelSensor #LevelMeasurement

Motion sensor wiring #shorts #motion #sensor #wiring


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how to make Motion detection light on off PIR sensor project #howto


how to make Motion detection light on off PIR sensor project #howto #science #experiment #tricks #diyprojects #arduino PIR sensors detect motion by sensing changes in infrared radiation. The principle relies on the pyroelectric effect. The range of PIR sensors varies, typically a few meters to several meters. PIR sensors specifically detect movement, unlike general IR sensors. PIR sensor projects can be done with or without Arduino. They have applications in security, occupancy detection, energy-saving, wildlife monitoring, and robotics. PIR sensors work by detecting changes in infrared radiation patterns. They have a specific range and angle of detection. Motion detector projects with PIR sensors can have project reports and require specific materials. PIR motion sensor projects with Arduino and documentation are available in PDF format. Motion detection using PIR sensors can also be simulated with Tinkercad. Business inquires E-mail : skynetrobotics123🤍

Sculk Sensors are incredibly Satisfying #Shorts


Minecraft 1.17: Cave and Cliffs update introduced Minecraft sculk sensors. Redstone sculk sensors are wireless redstone devices that can be found in the deep dark of Minecraft 1.17, in the same territory as the Minecraft 1.17 Warden. This Minecraft #Shorts video shows how satisfying chaining the Minecraft sculk sensors can be, creating satisfying minecraft patterns. This is definitely one of the Most satisfying things in Minecraft 1.17. Filming channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Pressure Sensor, Transducer, and Transmitter Explained | Application of Each


▶ C'mon over to 🤍 where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! ▶ You can read the full post here 🤍 ⌚Timestamps: 00:00 - Intro 01:00 - 1) What is a sensor? 01:18 - 2) What is a transducer? 01:57 - Sensors vs transducers 02:17 - 3) What is a transmitter? 03:12 - Pressure sensors vs transducers 04:22 - 4) What is a Pressure Switch? 04:31 - Pressure switch vs pressure transmitter 05:23 - Pressure switch vs pressure transmitter in practice = Over the years, the terms sensor, transducer, and transmitter have become confusing because they are often used interchangeably and indiscriminately by different vendors. The terms sensor and transducer have been around for a very long time, but in the world of process control, the term transmitter is not very old. In particular, the term transducer is tossed around as a name for many devices and instruments. Just to confuse the issue, sensor and transducer have often been used as synonyms. 1) A sensor is a device or element that performs the initial measurement as it senses the changes in a physical variable. A sensor is a device that makes physical contact with the variable being measured and detects changes and provides a corresponding output signal that can be measured. 2) A transducer is a device that converts one form of energy to another. A Transducer provides an output quantity having a specified relation to an input quantity. A strain gauge is a transducer whose resistance value changes proportionally to the strain it experiences. All sensors are transducers, but not all transducers are sensors. Consider a loudspeaker that converts an electrical signal into motion. The loudspeaker is a transducer, but not a sensor. 3) The term transmitter has more than one definition. - The process control term was likely borrowed from the Telecommunications world where a Transmitter is a device that produces and transmits radio waves radiating from an antenna. These radio waves are eventually detected and demodulated by a Radio Receiver. - In the world of process control, a Transmitter is a device that transmits a standard instrumentation signal representing a physical variable being measured. The standard electrical signals are 1-5 V or 4-20 mA which represents 0-100% of the physical variables being measured. This transmitted signal is detected by a Receiver such as an Analog Input on a PLC or a DCS. A sensor performs the initial measurement. If necessary, a transducer converts this initial measurement into an electrical signal that is then amplified and standardized by the transmitter. Here's an example… We are measuring a process pressure with a range of 0-100 psi. Our Sensor/transducer performs the initial measurement and converts it to an electrical signal of 0-3 mV. The transmitter then converts that signal to a standard signal of 0-5 V, which is received by a PLC analog input module. 4) A Pressure Switch is a two-part device consisting of a sensing transducer and an electrical switch. A pressure switch has a transducer just like a pressure transmitter. That’s where the similarity ends. A Pressure Transmitter produces an analog electrical voltage or a current signal representing 0-100% of physical process pressure. A pressure switch has electrical contacts that open and close at a specific pressure. Let’s illustrate with an example… We have a process control system where we need to open a valve when the pressure in a pipe reaches 50 psi. - We can use a pressure transmitter calibrated to produce a 4-20 mA output for a pressure range of 0-100 psi. We need an analog input module on our PLC, and we need to scale the analog module and insert code into the PLC program so that the 50 psi value triggers an event to open the valve. - It’s much easier to use a pressure switch connected to a simple PLC digital input module. The PLC valve control logic is much simpler as well. = Get a RealPars pro membership: 🤍 = Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 = To stay up to date with our last videos, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 = TWEET THIS VIDEO 🤍 = Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn 🤍 Follow us on Instagram 🤍 #RealPars #Sensor #Transducer

Photoelectric Sensor Explained (with Practical Examples)


▶ C'mon over to 🤍 where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! = ▶ Check out the full blog post over at 🤍 = ⌚Timestamps: 00:00 - Intro 00:27 - Applications 01:08 - Working principle 01:22 - Types of photoelectric sensors 01:38 - 1) Through-beam 04:16 - 2) Retroreflective 05:36 - 3) Diffused = In this video, we will be talking about the three main types of Photoelectric Sensors: Through-Beam, Retroreflective, and Diffused. A Photoelectric Sensor is a device that uses light to detect the presence or absence of an object. Photoelectric Sensors can be used in many different ways and industries. They can be used to detect objects or the orientation of an object on a production line, they can be used to count, and they can also be used to stop an automatic closing door. Photoelectric Sensors are used in the automotive, food, transportation, and material handling industries to name a few. They can be used to detect most materials like metal, plastic, and wood. They can even detect clear items like glass, plastic, and liquids depending on what type of sensor it is. The basic operation of a Photoelectric Sensor is, the sensor sends out a light beam from the part of the sensor called the emitter, and this light beam travels to the part of the sensor that collects the light called the receiver. 1) Through-Beam sensors have the emitter and the receiver in their own separate component. The emitter and receiver have to be pointed at each other and be aligned. When nothing is blocking the light, the output of the sensor will be on. If you put something between the emitter and receiver to block the light, the output of the sensor will turn off. The sensor’s output is the signal from the sensor to the PLC. Depending on the sensor, the output can be a positive signal or a negative signal. - If the sensor is PNP, meaning it has a positive output signal, the sensor’s output wire will have to be connected to a sinking input card. - If the sensor is NPN the output signal is negative and the output wire will need to be connected to a sourcing input card. Some Photoelectric Sensors have a light-on, dark-on mode selector switch. With this switch, you can change when the sensor’s output turns on and off. - In light-on mode, the sensor’s output will be on when the light can reach the receiver, and off when the light is blocked and is not reaching the receiver. - In the dark-on mode, the sensor’s output will be on when the light is being blocked and not reaching the receiver, and off when the light is reaching the receiver. Through-Beam Photoelectric sensors have a longer detection range than Retroreflective and Diffused Photoelectric Sensors. This is because the light only has to travel in one direction to get from the emitter to the receiver. Some disadvantages of using a Through-Beam sensor compared to using a Retroreflective or Diffused sensor are they cost a little more, require more room to mount correctly, and do not detect thin clear objects well. 2)Retroreflective Photoelectric Sensors have the emitter and receiver together in the same component. The sensor’s emitter needs to be pointed at a reflector and aligned, so the light travels from the sensor’s emitter to the reflector and then bounces back to the sensor’s receiver. Some disadvantages of using a Retroreflective sensor are you have to install the sensor with a reflector, if the object is shiny, it might turn on the sensor’s output instead of the reflector. 3) Diffused Photoelectric Sensors have the emitter and receiver together in the same component. For the Diffused sensor to work, the sensor’s emitter needs to be pointed at an object so the light travels from the sensor’s emitter to the object and then bounces back to the sensor’s receiver. = If you would like more information on sinking, sourcing, PNP, and NPN check out this video: 🤍 = Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 = To stay up to date with our last videos, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 = TWEET THIS VIDEO 🤍 = Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn 🤍 Follow us on Instagram 🤍 #RealPars #Photoelectric #Sensor



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Basic Restart - What To Do When Outdoor Sensor Readings Show Dashes


Follow these steps to reconnect your La Crosse Technology outdoor sensors to your clock or weather station. If you followed these steps exactly, and your sensor(s) are still not connecting, please contact our support center here: 🤍 Or alternatively, send us a private message on our Facebook: 🤍 or Twitter: 🤍 page. LA CROSSE VIEW USERS: If you own a La Crosse View Wi-Fi connected weather station and are having trouble getting sensors synced with your display, please review our video here: 🤍 as the factory restart process for these products is a little bit different. * Stations that provide wind and rain data may require additional steps. If you've tried these steps, and fall into this category, please contact our support center via the link above for more information. Support & FAQs: 🤍 Find a New Sensor Here: 🤍 Join the conversation! YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍

Is it Cruel to Use Bees as Digital Sensors?


Honey bees are more than just pollen collectors! With a sense of smell on par with dogs, honey bees can be trained to detect any smell, like explosives. But how these bees are trained to detect explosives, what their advantage is over sniffer dogs, and how other animals have been trained to perform unbelievable tasks for the armed forces, is #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT #long English This video has been dubbed using an artificial voice via 🤍 to increase accessibility. You can change the audio track language in the Settings menu. Spanish Este video ha sido doblado al español con voz artificial con 🤍 para aumentar la accesibilidad. Puede cambiar el idioma de la pista de audio en el menú Configuración. Portuguese Este vídeo foi dublado para o português usando uma voz artificial via 🤍 para melhorar sua acessibilidade. Você pode alterar o idioma do áudio no menu Configurações. Music: Gone Without A Trace 2 - Fredrik Ekstrom Thyone - Ben Elson I Can See Better From Here - Jay Varton Serious Development - Blackout Memories Santosha - Van Sandano Lethal Secrets - Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen Human Missile - Craft Case Human Missile - Craft Case Cloak - Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen Footage: Select images/videos from Getty Images Shutterstock Enterprise National Archives

Smart Sensor Explained | Different Types and Applications


▶ C'mon over to 🤍 where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! = ▶ Check out the full blog post over at 🤍 = In this video, we’re going to introduce you to a very powerful group of devices called Smart Sensors. The Smart Sensor plays a very important role in the Smart Factory of Industry 4.0 which is considered as the fourth revolution of the manufacturing industry. The First Revolution brought us steam and water-powered mechanization. The Second Revolution introduced mass production using electricity. The Third Revolution established automated manufacturing processes using computers and robotics. And now the Fourth Revolution has launched the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Smart Factory. What makes a Base Sensor different than a Smart Sensor? Before we get to that question, let’s review what a base sensor is, what it does, and how it is integrated into process control loops. A base sensor is a device that senses something. For many years we’ve had sensors that can see, feel, hear, smell, and even taste. In the world of instrumentation and process control, we define a Sensor as a device that detects changes in physical properties and produces an electrical output in response to that change. A Thermocouple is a temperature sensor that will produce an increasing voltage across it when exposed to increasing temperature. In industry today, thousands of thermocouples are connected to transmitters in temperature process control loops. In the process control, we condition the thermocouple voltage and convert it to an industry-standard signal that represents our controlled temperature range. if we had a sensor that did more than sense singular basic physical properties? What if we had a sensor that also performs data conversion, digital processing, and can communicate to external devices and The Cloud? In very general terms a Smart Sensor has a base sensor, a microprocessor, is communication-capable, and has some form of onboard diagnostics. Smart Sensors are capable of a variety of functions and options. Smart Sensors can perform self-assessments and self-calibration. They can detect issues such as sensor contamination, switch failures, and open coils. Some Smart Sensors are capable of multi-sensing and can measure pressure, temperature, humidity, gas flow, and more. Smart Sensors play a very important role in the new era of manufacturing intelligence. They will become more and more important as the industry develops increasingly sophisticated and complex processes. = You might want to review one of our other articles: What is a Sensor? Different Types of Sensors, Applications 🤍 = Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 = To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 = TWEET THIS VIDEO 🤍 = Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn 🤍 Follow us on Instagram 🤍 #RealPars #SmartSensor #Industry

Introduction to Sensors (Full Lecture)


In this lesson we'll take a brief introductory look at sensors or transducers. We'll examine various methods of transduction for pressure, rotational speed, fluid velocity, flow rate, position (linear variable differential transformers (LVDT) and magnetorestrictive wave guides), level, vibration, and temperature. Additionally, we'll discuss transfer functions and the process of adjusting the zero and span of a particular sensor. Finally, we'll examine how sensors are employed in closed loop controllers and how closed loop controllers can automatically correct any errors and compensate for disturbances. (Full Lecture) Copyright information: Use this lecture. Use it at home, at work, or at school. Put it in a playlist, embed it in a website, share it with your coworkers, family, friends, and enemies. I made this lecture and posted it on YouTube so users everywhere have free access to this information. This being said, this YouTube channel is meant to be the sole point of distribution for this lecture. Users are not authorized to download it, change it, or charge for access. Don’t even think of downloading it and uploading to your own channel and pretending it’s your own work. Not cool. Use this lecture and let your friends know this free resource exists. Use it. Don't steal it. Be cool. For more FREE online technical training check out the following playlists available at the bigbadtech channel: Basic Electronics: DC Circuit Analysis 🤍 Basic Electronics: Single Phase AC Circuit Analysis 🤍 Basic Electronics: 3 Phase AC Circuit Analysis 🤍 Hydraulics 🤍 Motor Control 🤍 Motors and Generators 🤍 Motor Drives/Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) 🤍 Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) 🤍

Are Sculk Sensors Game Changers?


MUMBO MERCH: 🤍 New Minecraft Snapshot W2049A for the new Minecraft 1.17 Update has just released, and it includes a New minecraft redstone component! The Sculk Sensor allows you to create wireless redstone by detecting vibrations. There is also now Sculk Frequency which allows you to detect what is creating the sound and give a specific redstone signal strength depending on what it was! It allows for a tonne of new redstone contraptions, and bunch of new technical minecraft possibilities! In this video Mumbo experiments with sculk sensors, and creates a bunch of interesting redstone contraptions! Filming channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

BIG VS SMALL Sensor Image Quality | APS-C VS Full Frame


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IR Sensor Project | IR Sensor Module Working | IR Module Project | IR Project |


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How to Change the Battery in your Motion Sensor | ADT


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