2017, 20 - 24 March, Hall 4, Stand A38, (67)
The 3-Axis Hall sensor in combination with a simple magnetics, can monitor a door’s position, (closed or open). It also can monitor a door’s and/or window’s condition used as a positioning sensor. 3-Axis Hall sensor’s advantage is ultra-low power consumption and magnetic sensitivity range, which can provide long battery life as well as the ability to use standard fixed magnets and customize your trigger points.
The AK7451 in combination with a standard magnet can confirm the position of a lock, (locked or unlocked), via absolute angle measurement, any number of rotations cw or ccw (0 to ∞ degrees). This measurement can measure for abnormal situations of the lock to verify correct position thus ensuring safety and simplicity for different countries.
AKM has developed a proof of concept cloud-connected module which can accurately measure power consumption at the plug. The module contains AKM’s ultra-small coreless current sensor, the CQ320x, combined with an AWS hardware development platform can measure and report to the cloud, power consumption at regular intervals automatically via standard wireless communication. The user can monitor power consumption data in real time through smartphone and PC applications.
AKM's new IR sensor, the AK971x, has optical filters that pass infrared observing spectrum band of CO2. An NDIR CO2 sensor can be made easily with this optical filter. The AK971x achieves high sensitivity and high speed response while adopting a small package. It contributes to a smaller and reduced the power consuming CO2 sensor. CO2 sensor module(Provided by SenseAir AB) using AK971x is exhibited.