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SolidWorks Electrical Applications Real-time Integration of 2D Schematics and 3D Models Allows Mechanical and Electrical Teams to Better Collaborate and Deliver More Accurate Designs VELIZY-VILLACOUBLAY, France — August 1, 2012 — Dassault Systèmes (Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA), the 3D EXPERIENCE Company, world leader in 3D design software, 3D Digital Mock Up and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, today introduced new SolidWorks Electrical applications . These new offerings include an innovative, system level 2D schematic design tool and a powerful 3D electrical modeling add-in to SolidWorks design application that are linked in real time. “Today, companies in industrial equipment, engineering services, high-tech, medical devices, and consumer goods are developing products that include more electrical content. More than half of our SolidWorks customers require a solution that streamlines collaboration between mechanical and electrical systems engineers,” said Bertrand Sicot, CEO, SolidWorks, Dassault Systèmes. “The addition of SolidWorks Electrical to our product portfolio moves us into this underserved market with a robust solution that upholds the SolidWorks focus on ease-of-use and makes close collaboration between mechanical and electrical design groups a reality.” When it comes to electrical system design, organizations frequently look for ways to improve the overall delivery performance of their departments. SolidWorks Electrical applications make it easy for engineers and designers to plan electrical systems and integrate those electrical aspects into the overall 3D mechanical models. These new applications pave the way for mechanical and electrical engineering teams to collaborate during product development, streamline the design phase, and reduce product delays, resulting in more consistent and standardized designs, lower costs, and faster time-to-market. “The full integration with SolidWorks will make SolidWorks Electrical easy to learn and will allow both our mechanical and electrical departments to collaborate on electrical system and wiring design,” said Kyle Strong, project manager at Getman Corporation. “Our mining vehicles include complex electrical wiring and need to have consistent design -- the decision to consider SolidWorks Electrical was easy. By integrating our electrical and mechanical design processes, we can better document electrical requirements and cable/wire paths, resulting in less rework, higher product quality, and faster time-to-market.”
For a Criminal Investigation of the Events of September 11th, 2001 The worst single criminal act ever committed on US soil, the attacks of September 11th, 2001 have served as justiﬁcation for: US invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq; a new doctrine of preventive war; the USA PATRIOT Act and Department of Homeland Security; torture and indeﬁnite detention of “enemy combatants”; surveillance of citizens without a court warrant; and shifting trillions of dollars in public spending priorities. Surveys by Zogby and Scripps-Howard found that signiﬁcant proportions of US citizens believe their own government had “actionable foreknowledge” of the attacks and “consciously failed to act” (Zogby 2004), or even that elements of the state were involved in orchestrating the attacks. The widespread disbelief in the ofﬁcial story indicates a deep crisis of trust in government, one that only an exhaustive and fearless criminal investigation can address. We ﬁrmly believe there is probable cause for such an investigation. The case for investigation is based on three pillars: 1) evidence of cover-up and a lack of serious investigation after the fact; 2) evidence of misconduct on the day of 9/11 3) evidence of foreknowledge and preparation before September 11th. Undertaking a full-scale, truly independent investigation is imperative, not only because there must be justice for the victims, but also because of the role 9/11 has played in justifying policies of aggression supposedly justifed by 9/11 must be halted, and a shattered public trust must be repaired. The 9/11 Cover-up 1 • During their 2002 inquiry, the Congressional joint intelligence committees (who redacted 1/4 of their report) were scrutinized by an FBI counter-investigation, which invaded the Senate in search of an alleged leak. It was widely believed that the FBI investigation may have been intended to have a chilling effect on the conduct of the Congressional Joint Inquiry. • The Congressional investigation failed to pursue solid evidence of a money trail to the alleged hijackers from the US-allied Pakistani intelligence agency (ISI). The ISI chief was removed from his post when strong evidence of his connection to the plot surfaced in early October 2001, but no serious punitive action was taken against him. • Evidence was destroyed or withheld, including suppression of the discovery of black boxes from the two ﬂights at Ground Zero and the destruction of tapes made by the air trafﬁc controllers who handled the same ﬂights.2 • Whistleblowers such as FBI translator Sibel Edmonds and Anthony Shaffer of “Able Danger” were disciplined or ﬁred, even as FBI, CIA, and military ofﬁcials who were blamed for failures received promotions and medals. • The September 11th relatives who lobbied for the 9/11 Commission (after 14 months of White House resistance) submitted 400 questions that Commissioners accepted as a “roadmap.” 70 percent of the questions were fully ignored in The 9/11 Commission Report. Many of the relatives later declared the Report a whitewash.3 • 9/11 Commissioner Max Cleland resigned in late 2003, calling the panel a whitewash and saying, “Bush is scamming America.” There • Philip Zelikow, the 9/11 Commission executive director who oversaw the panel’s activities, refused to step down after the September 11th families called for his resignation due to grave conﬂicts of interest (close association with Condoleezza Rice, member of White House national security staff both before 9/11 and in 2002, member of Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board). • Rice may have committed perjury in her April 2004 Commission testimony that an August 2001 Presidential Daily Brieﬁng to Bush was only of “historical signiﬁcance,” when in fact it detailed current intelligence. • The 9/11 Commission Report claimed the ﬁnancial background of the attacks was unknown, but dismissed the question as being of “little practical signiﬁcance” (page 172). Since when doesn’t an investigation “follow the money”? • Large sections of the report are based on the confessions of “enemy combatants” such as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, as provided in the form of transcripts by the government. The 9/11 Commission staff was not allowed to see or interview any of these “enemy combatants.” • Over a period of several years, NORAD, FAA, White House and military ofﬁcials gave widely divergent and conﬂicting accounts of the air defense response to 9/11, but no one was ever held accountable for upholding falsehoods. The 9/11 Commission chairs later admitted they considered a criminal investigation of NORAD’s statements, but preferred instead to present a unanimous report. • The focus of the Commission will be on the future. We’re not interested in trying to assess blame. We do not consider that part of the Commission’s responsibility. – Lee Hamilton, 9/11 Commission vice-chairman.
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Datasheet SHT1x (SHT10, SHT11, SHT15) Humidity and Temperature Sensor: Fully calibrated Digital output Low power consumption Excellent long term stability SMD type package – reflow solderable Product Summary Each SHT1x is individually calibrated in a precision humidity chamber. The calibration coefficients are programmed into an OTP memory on the chip. These coefficients are used to internally calibrate the signals from the sensors. The 2-wire serial interface and internal voltage regulation allows for easy and fast system integration. The tiny size and low power consumption makes SHT1x the ultimate choice for even the most demanding applications. Dimensions Sensor Chip 1.5 ±0.2 2.0 ±0.1 1.5 ±0.1 sensor opening 1 2.5 ±0.1 NC 4 A5Z 11 Material Contents NC NC 2.2 MAX 2 5.2 ±0.2 4.2 ±0.1 1.27 ±0.05 NC 3 1.83 ±0.05 7.47 ±0.05 NC SHT1x is supplied in a surface-mountable LCC (Leadless Chip Carrier) which is approved for standard reflow soldering processes. The same sensor is also available with pins (SHT7x) or on flex print (SHTA1). SHT1x V4 – for which this datasheet applies – features a version 4 Silicon sensor chip. Besides a humidity and a temperature sensor the chip contains an amplifier, A/D converter, OTP memory and a digital interface. V4 sensors can be identified by the alpha-numeric traceability code on the sensor cap – see example “A5Z” code on Figure 1. 0.6 ±0.1 0.95 ±0.1 SHT1x (including SHT10, SHT11 and SHT15) is Sensirion’s family of surface mountable relative humidity and temperature sensors. The sensors integrate sensor elements plus signal processing on a tiny foot print and provide a fully calibrated digital output. A unique capacitive sensor element is used for measuring relative humidity while temperature is measured by a band-gap sensor. The applied CMOSens® technology guarantees excellent reliability and long term stability. Both sensors are seamlessly coupled to a 14bit analog to digital converter and a serial interface circuit. This results in superior signal quality, a fast response time and insensitivity to external disturbances (EMC).
Freescale Semiconductor Data Sheet: Technical Data An Energy Efficient Solution by Freescale 3-Axis Orientation/Motion Detection Sensor MMA7660FC The MMA7660FC is a ±1.5 g 3-Axis Accelerometer with Digital Output (I2C). It is a very low power, low profile capacitive MEMS sensor featuring a low pass filter, compensation for 0g offset and gain errors, and conversion to 6-bit digital values at a user configurable samples per second. The device can be used for sensor data changes, product orientation, and gesture detection through an interrupt pin (INT). The device is housed in a small 3mm x 3mm x 0.9mm DFN package. MMA7660FC: XYZ-AXIS ACCELEROMETER ±1.5 g. Features: Digital Output (I2C) 3mm x 3mm x 0.9mm DFN Package Low Power Current Consumption: Off Mode: 0.4 µA, Standby Mode: 2 µA, Active Mode: 47 µA at 1 ODR Configurable Samples per Second from 1 to 120 samples a second. Low Voltage Operation: – Analog Voltage: 2.4 V - 3.6 V – Digital Voltage: 1.71 V - 3.6 V Auto-Wake/Sleep Feature for Low Power Consumption Tilt Orientation Detection for Portrait/Landscape Capability Gesture Detection Including Shake Detection and Tap Detection Robust Design, High Shocks Survivability (10,000 g) RoHS Compliant Halogen Free Environmentally Preferred Product Low Cost 10 LEAD DFN CASE 2002-03 ...
SMT16030 DIGITAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR Features Absolute accuracy ± 0.7 °C Linear output within 0.2 °C Resolution better then 0.005 °C Duty Cycle output Calibrated on chip TTL, CMOS compatible Temperature range 175 °C (-45 to +130 °C) Directly connectable to data input of microprocessor Easy multiplexing of multiple sensors Typical applications Heater systems Measuring instruments Washing machines Overheating protection Appliances Introduction The Smartec temperature sensor is a sophisticated full silicon temperature sensor with a digital output. The one wire output (duty-cycle modulated) can be directly connected to all kinds of micro-controllers without the need of A/D conversion. The temperature range is –45 °C to 150 °C. The high resolution (< 0.005 °C) makes the sensor useful for high precision applications. The sensor is available in various housings like T018, T092, T0220 and for high volume production in SOIC. Special housing can be manufactured on request. Product highlights The SMART TEMPERATURE SENSOR features a duty-cycle modulated square wave output voltage with linear response to temperatures in the -45 °C to +130 °C range. The absolute accuracy is better than 1.2 °C. In the range from -30 to +100 °C absolute accuracy is better than 0.7 °C, while the linearity is better than 0.2 °C (Model TO18). -1– SMARTEC B.V, Delpratsingel 26 4811 AP Breda, The Netherlands WWW.SMARTEC.NL Tel: +31(0)765205353 SMT16030 Version 7/2005 The SMART TEMPERATURE SENSOR is calibrated during test and burn-in of the chip. The integrated modulator ensures the sensor unit can communicate effectively with low-cost microcontrollers without the need of (onboard) A/D converters or an Xtal controlled oscillator. The SMART TEMPERATURE SENSOR combines digital output and on-chip calibration to ensure major cost reductions and performance-related advantages. In applications where multiple sensors are used, easy multiplexing can be obtained by using a corresponding number of microprocessor inputs or by using low cost digital multiplexers. Since the sensor requires no subsequent calibration, optimal cost savings are recorded both during manufacturing and in the course of after-sales servicing. Pin-out and housing. SOIC-8 TO92 TO18 TO220 2 Pin 1 5.08 Pin 1 3.85 6.1 Pin 7 GND Pin 8 Out bottom view All Sizes in mm. 0.41 1.27 Pin 5 3 1 +V 123 1 3 2 1 Output 2 + Vcc metal backplate = GND 3 GND HEC housing C = 100 nF C 2 3 2.5 1 Pin 1 Output (between Vcc and GND) Pin 2 + Vcc Pin 3 GND 8.5 mm -2– SMARTEC B.V, Delpratsingel 26 4811 AP Breda, The Netherlands WWW.SMARTEC.NL Tel: +31(0)765205353 SMT16030 Version 7/2005 Specifications TO18 Parameters min typ Supply voltage 4.75 5 Supply current 160 2 TO92 max max 1 TO220 Max HEC max SOIC-8 max Units 7.2 * * * * V. 200 * * * * µA. 130 * * * * °C -30 + 100 ° C 0.7 1.2 1.7 1.5 1 °C -45 + 130 °C 1.2 2 1.7 1.5 1.5 °C 5 Non linearity 0.2 0.4 0.5 1.0 1.0 °C Supply voltage sensitivity ...
RoHS compliant 1. pyroelectric sensor modules contain the necessary functions in a small package (TO-5). These miniature, high-performance infrared human detection sensors take the trouble out of circuit design and mounting. Lens IC PIR element Chip parts Lens Capacitor Sensor module PC board 4. Small temperature differences also detected. detects the temperature difference between the detection target and its surroundings, and the lowest required temperature difference to the background is 4°C 7.2°F. This means that temperature differences can be accurately detected not only in winter, when the temperature differences are large, but also in summer, when temperature differences are slight. Shielded plate Winter 2. Ideal for small-movement detection thanks to quad-type pyroelectric element. The quad-type pyroelectric element contained in has four receptors. Since the detection zone within the detection range is so precise, even small movements can be detected. Representation of detection Summer Floor temperature: 22°C 71.6°F Floor temperature: 30°C 86.0°F Large temperature difference Small temperature differences mean difficult detection. Temperature difference: 12°C 53.6°F Temperature difference: 4°C 7.2°F Surface temperature: 34°C 93.2°F Lens Quad-type pyroelectric element Focal length (distance between element and lens) Detection zone 5. Excellent noise resistance (radiation noise, power supply noise) The entire circuitry is enclosed in a metal package, which means it has extremely high electromagnetic shielding capabilities. With proven resistance against power supply noise, it is also resistant against power supply superimposed noise. Radiation Power supply noise superimposed Vd noise OUT GND ASCTB240E 201201-T Panasonic Corporation Automation Controls Business Unit industrial.panasonic.com/ac/e Motion sensors FEATURES MP Motion Sensor (AMN2, 3, 4) TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 4. Anti-crime device market: crime prevention sensor, simple anti-crime devices, surveillance cameras 1. Home appliance market: Air conditioner, air puriﬁer and fan heater 2. Construction equipment: lighting, automatic switches 3. Commercial equipment: vending machines, facilities for designated smoking areas ORDERING INFORMATION AMN Output type 2: Analog output 3: Digital output 4: Low current consumption (digital output) Detection performance 1: Standard detection type 2: Slight motion detection type 1 3: Spot detection type 4: 10m detection type Feature 1: PC board mounting type 2: 3V DC Lens color 1: Black Motion sensors Operating voltage 1: 5V DC 2: White PRODUCT TYPES Output type Digital output Low current consumption type Digital output Analog output Black White Black White Black White AMN31111 AMN31112 AMN32111 AMN32112 AMN33111 AMN33112 AMN41121 AMN41122 AMN42121 AMN42122 AMN43121 AMN43122 AMN21111 AMN21112 AMN22111 AMN22112 AMN23111 AMN23112 Black White AMN34111 AMN34112 AMN44121 AMN44122 AMN24111 AMN24112 Detection performance Lens color Standard detection type Slight motion detection type Spot detection type 10m detection type Standard packing: Carton: 50 pcs.; Case: 1,000 pcs. RATING 1. Detection performance Standard detection type Slight motion detection type Spot detection type 10m detection type Max. 5m 16.404ft Max. 2m 6.562ft Max. 5m 16.404ft Max. 10m 32.808ft Horizontal Note 2) 100° 91° 38° 110° Vertical Note 2) 82° 91° 22° 93° 64 zones 104 zones 24 zones 80 zones Items Rated detection distance Note 1) Detection range Detection zone Note 3) Conditions of objects to be detected 1. Detectable difference in temperature between the target and background is more than 4°C 7.2°F. 2. Movement speed 1) Digital output type • Standard detection type/Spot detection type/ 10m detection type: 0.8 to 1.2 m/s • Slight motion detection type: 0.5 m/s 2) Analog output and low current consumption types • Standard detection type/Spot detection type/ 10m detection type: 0.5 to 1.5 m/s • Slight motion detection type: 0.3 to 1.0 m/s 3. Detection object = human body (size is 700mm × 250mm 27.559inch × 9.843inch, but for the slight motion detection type the size is 200mm × 200mm 7.874inch × 7.874inch) Notes: 1. Depending on the difference in temperature between the background and detection target and the speed at which the target moves, these sensors may be capable of detection beyond the detection distances stated above. Nevertheless, they should be used within the prescribed detection distances. For further details, refer to the detection range diagram on page 24. 2. This angle represents the center point of the detection zone Vertical Vertical created by the outermost lens. Horizontal Cut out (Standard detection/ Slight motion detection type) Horizontal Cut out This point
Device Overview The UM6 Ultra-Miniature Orientation Sensor combines sensor measurements from rate gyros, accelerometers, and magnetic sensors to measure orientation at 500 Hz. The UM6 also has the capability to interface with external GPS modules to provide position, velocity, course, and speed information. Communication with the UM6 is performed over either a TTL (3.3V) UART or a SPI bus. The UM6 is configured by default to automatically transmit data over the UART. The UM6 can be configured to automatically transmit raw sensor data, processed sensor data, angle estimates, and angle estimate covariances at user configurable rates ranging from 20 Hz to 300 Hz in roughly 1 Hz increments. The UM6 can also receive and parse GPS packets, automatically transmitting new GPS position, velocity, and satellite data whenever it is available. Alternatively, the UM6 can operate in "silent mode," where data is transmitted only when specific requests are received over the UART. Regardless of the transmission mode and rate, internal angle estimates are updated at 500 Hz to improve accuracy. The UM6 simplifies integration by providing a number of automatic calibration routines, including rate gyro bias calibration, magnetometer hard and soft iron calibration, and accelerometer "zeroing" to compensate for sensor-platform misalignment. All calibration routines are triggered by sending simple commands over the serial interface. The UM6 comes factory-calibrated to remove soft and hard iron distortions present in the enclosure. When integrated into the end-user system, additional calibration may be necessary to correct other magnetic field distortions. Magnetometer calibration can be performed using the UM6 interface software, available for free download from www.chrobotics.com/downloads. Temperature compensation of rate gyro biases is also supported by the UM6. An internal temperature sensor is used to measure temperature, and third-order compensation is applied to remove the effects of temperature-induced bias. By default, the terms used in compensation are all zero, which means that no temperature compensation is performed. The compensation terms must be determined experimentally by the end-user. On special request, compensation can be performed on each device at the factory. The UM6 can be configured to use either Euler Angles or quaternions for attitude estimation. In Euler Angle mode, magnetometer updates are restricted to yaw alone. This can be useful in cases where distortions are possible or even expected, and where it would be undesirable for those distortions to affect pitch and roll angles (i.e. on a flying rotorcraft). In quaternion mode, Euler Angles are still available, but there are no restrictions on what angles the magnetometer is allowed to influence. The UM6 is available in an OEM version (the UM6-LT) that has a slightly larger footprint and does not include an enclosure. The UM6-LT is functionally equivalent to the UM6, but magnetometer calibration is not performed at the factory.
Reflective Optical Sensor with Transistor Output Marking area FEATURES • Package type: leaded • Detector type: phototransistor • Dimensions (L x W x H in mm): 7 x 7 x 6 E D • Peak operating distance: < 0.5 mm • Operating range within > 20 % relative collector current: 0 mm to 5 mm Top view 21835 19158_1 • Typical output current under test: IC = 1 mA • Emitter wavelength: 950 nm DESCRIPTION • Daylight blocking filter The CNY70 is a reflective sensor that includes an infrared emitter and phototransistor in a leaded package which blocks visible light. • Lead (Pb)-free soldering released • Material categorization: For definitions of compliance please see www.vishay.com/doc?99912 APPLICATIONS • Optoelectronic scanning and switching devices i.e., index sensing, coded disk scanning etc. (optoelectronic encoder assemblies). PRODUCT SUMMARY PART NUMBER DISTANCE FOR MAXIMUM CTRrel (1) (mm) DISTANCE RANGE FOR RELATIVE Iout > 20 % (mm) TYPICAL OUTPUT CURRENT UNDER TEST (2) (mA) DAYLIGHT BLOCKING FILTER INTEGRATED 0 0 to 5 1 Yes CNY70 Notes (1) CTR: current transfere ratio, I /I out in (2) Conditions like in table basic charactristics/sensors ORDERING INFORMATION ORDERING CODE CNY70 PACKAGING VOLUME (1) REMARKS Tube MOQ: 4000 pcs, 80 pcs/tube - Note (1) MOQ: minimum order quantity ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified) PARAMETER TEST CONDITION SYMBOL VALUE UNIT COUPLER Total power dissipation Tamb ≤ 25 °C Ptot 200 mW Ambient temperature range Tamb - 40 to + 85 °C Storage temperature range Tstg - 40 to + 100 °C Tsd 260 °C Soldering temperature Distance to case 2 mm, t £ 5 s INPUT (EMITTER) Reverse voltage VR 5 V Forward current IF 50 mA Forward surge current Power dissipation Junction temperature tp ≤ 10 μs IFSM 3 A Tamb ≤ 25 °C PV 100 mW Tj 100 °C Document Number: 83751 1 For technical questions, contact: email@example.com THIS DOCUMENT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN AND THIS DOCUMENT ARE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DISCLAIMERS, SET FORTH AT www.vishay.com/doc?91000 Rev. 1.8, 30-Jul-12 CNY70 www.vishay.com Vishay Semiconductors ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified) PARAMETER TEST CONDITION SYMBOL VALUE UNIT Collector emitter voltage VCEO 32 V Emitter collector voltage VECO 7 V IC 50 mA PV 100 mW Tj 100 °C OUTPUT (DETECTOR) Collector current Tamb ≤ 25 °C Power dissipation Junction temperature ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS P - Power Dissipation (mW) 300 Coupled device 200 Phototransistor 100 IR - diode 0 25 0 95 11071 50 75 100 Tamb - Ambient Temperature (°C) Fig. 1 - Power Dissipation vs. Ambient Temperature BASIC CHARACTERISTICS (Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified) PARAMETER TEST CONDITION SYMBOL MIN. TYP. Collector current VCE = 5 V, IF = 20 mA, d = 0.3 mm (figure 1) IC (2) 0.3 1.0 Cross talk current VCE = 5 V, IF = 20 mA, (figure 2) ICX (3) MAX. UNIT COUPLER Collector emitter saturation voltage IF = 20 mA, IC = 0.1 mA, d = 0.3 mm (figure 1) VCEsat mA 600 nA 0.3 (2) V INPUT (EMITTER) Forward voltage IF = 50 mA VF Radiant intensity IF = 50 mA, tp = 20 ms Ie 1.25 1.6 V 7.5 mW/sr IF = 100 mA λP Method: 63 % encircled energy d Collector emitter voltage IC = 1 mA VCEO 32 V Emitter collector voltage IE = 100 μA VECO 5.