Published On: Sat, Jul 13th, 2019

Sensors – 1

Edited by: Radoje Jankovic

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TCD2952DG TOSHIBA CCDA Image Sensor CCD (charge coupled device).

The device contains a row of 10680 elements x 6 line staggered photodiodes which provide a 96 lines/mm (2400 DPI) across a A4 size paper. The sensor iz designed for scanner. Thanks to my friend from fb.: “A photo gallery of electronic components & parts” for excellent photos

THE LIST OF SENSORS SORTED BY SENSOR TYPES.

Here is given almost complete the list of sensors sorted by sensor types.

1. Acoustic, sound, vibration
2. Automotive, transportation
3. Chemical
4. Electric current, electric potential, magnetic, radio
5. Flow, fluid velocity
6. Ionizing radiation, subatomic particles
7. Navigation instruments
8. Position, angle, displacement, distance, speed, acceleration
9. Optical, light, imaging, photon
10. Pressure
11. Force, density, level
12. Thermal, heat, temperature
13. Proximity, presence
14. Sensor technology
15. Other type of sensors related by properties and concepts

About the Author

- Radoje - Rade Jankovic Electrician, Electrical Technician, Electrical Engineer, PhD, Ecologist, Environmentalist, Designer, Educator, Investigator... Today PROFESSIONAL TECHNICAL WRITER AND DOCUMENTATOR Massive practical experience in almost all fields of electrical engineering over 40 years. My International education group in Facebook: EEEW - ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EDUCATION WORLD where published more than 8000 small or bigger articles, lessons, technical advice, projects, technical calculations, test questions with and without answers, illustrated test questions with and without answers; all my original works and few thousands of may original photos from practice, drawings, circuit diagrams, environmental lessons and examples from everyday practice etc., etc.

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Sensors – 1