Make Sense of Sensors & More. – disynet GmbH: mesasure with our technical expertise
Many technicians/engineers/users are aware of the problem: They have a project for which they are looking for the best possible metrology-solution. Due to the large number of different sensors and sensor types available on the market, it is usually difficult to determine the ideal choice of sensors.
Here, disynet GmbH offers technically consolidated non-binding advice based on over 27 years of experience and a wide product range, including special sensors for various industries, using different sensor technologies for each physical quantity to be measured.
In addition, the intricate network of manufacturers disynet closely cooperates with, enables them to find the best solution for the customer's requirements.
This is why disynet is much more than just a supplier of various sensors and measurement technology.
For the measurement of displacement, for example: Whether non-contact (laser triangulation sensors, 2-D and 3-D scanners, optical micrometers, eddy current sensors, ultrasonic sensors), quasi-contact (LVDTs, gauge probes) or contact (stringpots, linear potentiometers), disynet will help you make your choice with professional advice.
Of course, the same applies to other types of transducers, such as accelerometers, pressure sensors, load cells, torque sensors, etc.
Even if you already know that you need a specific type of accelerometer, for example, there are still various decisive sensor properties that need to be taken into account for the respective measurement task. These include measuring range, sensitivity, frequency range, size, sensitivity, temperature range, type of insulation, adhesive or stud mount, explosion or lightning protection, integral cable/ connector, low noise, IP protection class, etc.
If necessary, a bespoke solution may even be required. Here, too, we can provide support in the development of such solutions.
Determining the right sensor, mounting and implementation through competent advice – while planning the measurement - can not only lead to an optimisation of the measurement results, but also avoid cost-intensive mistakes.
Take advantage of the opportunity for professional and measurement system-independent advice - not only graphically supported by our sensor lexicon - from our experienced specialists!