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Assessment of smartgas sensor module

Assessment of smartgas sensor module

Assessment - Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU)Aims and Fit of Module: 1. To provide a hands-on introduction to wireless sensor networking including protocols and architectures for wireless sensor network design. 2. To introduce wireless network hardware and software, wireless sensor network routing and MAC protocols. 3.

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  • P HOTO A COUSTIC S ENSOR MODULE FOR MEASURING

    2020-9-24The new sensor now gives you even more assur-ance. The physical measuring principle allows a low-drift measurement with high accuracy and high resolution over a long period of time. As the module is designed for continuous operation, it has an optional adjustable automatic zero- calibration function, alternatively this can be

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  • FLOW EVO-Sensors for Process Control | smartGAS

    Using the smartGAS USB adapter (item no.: Z6-000025 or Z6-000026), the sensor can be easily connected and read out through to a PC or notebook. In addition to calibrating the zero and end point, the response time t90 or the Modbus address can be set and a test report on the sensor…

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  • SILAREX | Customized sensor platform | smartGAS

    SILAREX gas sensors have been developed for this application case and enable parallel concentration measurement of up to three measuring gases with one single NDIR gas sensor. The cross-sensitivities of the individual gases are compensated directly inside the SILAREX sensor, providing the user with fully prepared and corrected measuring values

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  • TRANSMITTER EVO | The OEM customer solution | smartGAS

    The TRANSMITTER EVO – the OEM customer solution from smartGAS The measuring of gases has long since become standard in many applications. In the past, customers and developers were previously nevertheless often forced to adapt their applications and requirements to the gas measuring technology that was available at the time - we want to

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  • Usability study of wearable inertial sensors for exergames

    2021-2-15Each WISE sensor module consists of a sensor interfaced with a microcontroller soldered to a printed circuit board, which is connected to a lithium-ion battery. A storage and calibration cube is designed and 3-D-printed to house the five WISE system modules and simultaneously calibrate all the sensors prior to placement on a subject.

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  • Assessment - Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU)

    Aims and Fit of Module: Sensor technology is a professional course necessary for information technology specialty. Through this module, students can understand the concept, working principle, application areas, measurement circuit and development trend of sensor technology. Continuous assessment will be used to test to what extent practical

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  • Assessment - Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU)

    Aims and Fit of Module: 1. To provide a hands-on introduction to wireless sensor networking including protocols and architectures for wireless sensor network design. 2. To introduce wireless network hardware and software, wireless sensor network routing and MAC protocols. 3.

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  • Modeling of Ship Fuel Consumption Based on

    2021-3-3module, several machine learning methods, such as LR, SVR and ANN, are adopted to train the SFC models based on the fusion features with an increased accuracy rate of 8.5%, 0.35%, and 51.5% respectively.

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  • Optimization of an Accelerometer and Gyroscope-Based Fall

    Falling is a common and significant cause of injury in elderly adults (65 yrs old), often leading to disability and death. In the USA, one in three of the elderly suffers from fall injuries annually. This study’s purpose is to develop, optimize, and assess the efficacy of a falls detection algorithm based upon a wireless, wearable sensor system (WSS) comprised of a 3-axis accelerometer and

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  • Ready Made Rubric Assessment Tools for Performance Task

    2021-3-7Analytic rubrics separate different assessment criteria and address them comprehensively. In a horizontal assessment rubric, the top axis includes values that can be expressed either numerically or by letter grade, or a scale from Exceptional to Poor (or Professional to Amateur, and so on).

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