One for all

Applications

One for all

Hannes Kalteis | 22.02.2018 | 1393 words | 10 minutes reading time

Inductive wheel sensors are reliable, robust and flexible. These characteristics make them the ideal basis for existing and new applications in the railway industry. Hannes Kalteis, Frauscher Product Management, presents a few examples.

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The question remains: Analogue or digital

Technologies

The question remains: Analogue or digital

Manfred Sommergruber | 26.06.2017 | 796 words | 6 minutes reading time

Signals from wheel sensors can be analogue or digital. Manfred Sommergruber uses the example of the Frauscher RSR110 wheel sensor to explain the respective features.

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