Encoders and Transducers
Electrical encoders and transducers, such as shaft encoders and LEDs
Encode and convert physical quantities into electrical signals or vice versa.
|Hall-Effect Rotary Encoder||Four-element Hall-effect rotary encoder|
|Incremental Shaft Encoder||Behavioral model that converts angular position to electrical pulses|
|Inductive Rotor Position Sensor||Inductive rotor position sensor with four inductive coils|
|Light-Emitting Diode||Exponential light-emitting diode with optical power output port|
|Peltier Device||Electrothermal converter|
|Photodiode||Photodiode with incident flux input port|
|Pressure Transducer||Behavioral model of generic pressure transducer that turns pressure measurement into voltage|
|PTC Thermistor||Switching type positive temperature coefficient (PTC) thermistor|
|Resolver||Rotary transformer that measures angle of rotation|
|Strain Gauge||Deformation sensor|
|Thermistor||Negative temperature coefficient thermistor using B-parameter equation|
|Thermocouple||Sensor that converts thermal potential difference into electrical potential difference|
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