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Noshok 800 Series platinum resistance temperature transmitter

07 January, 2011 by

The Noshok 800 Series platinum resistance temperature transmitter is suitable for immediate, accurate temperature measurement in applications including water systems, storage tanks, industrial machinery and machine tools, HVAC systems and refrigeration systems.

Omron Type FQ Series vision sensor

04 November, 2010 by

Omron’s Type FQ Series vision sensor incorporates full-blown image processing capabilities in a palm-size footprint.

Burkert Element neutrino analytical transmitters

04 November, 2010 by

Bürkert has expanded its line of analytical transmitters with Element neutrino analytical transmitters for use with different sensor types. The modular transmitters can be adapted to different applications and used for measuring pH, ORP or conductivity.

Turck PS300 series pressure sensors

04 November, 2010 by

Turck’s PS300 series pressure sensors for hydraulic applications feature a rugged, IP69K-rated design to withstand harsh environments.

Allen-Bradley 42CS photoelectric and 871TS inductive sensor families

04 November, 2010 by

Two families of sensors from Rockwell Automation address the most demanding applications in the food and beverage industry. These sensors withstand high-pressure and high-temperature washdowns, while offering resistance to corrosion and damage caused by harsh cleansing agents.

NEC SS320 thermal imaging monitoring system

04 November, 2010 by

Products from NEC Avio and Raptor Photonics offer cost-effective process control systems either based on infrared camera (based on reflectivity of product in infrared spectrum) or thermal imaging camera (for temperature control).

Dwyer Instruments Model DW-USB-5 and Model DW-USB-6 sensors

04 November, 2010 by

Dwyer Instruments has released its Model DW-USB-5 thermocouple temperature sensor and Model DW-USB-6 carbon monoxide sensor compact USB data loggers.

Pepperl+Fuchs MAC335 universal code reader

04 November, 2010 by

The compact MAC335 universal code reader can read all common 1D and 2D code symbologies within an extremely large range without requiring mechanical modifications. A host of powerful features such as JavaScript functions, a high resolution, IP65 protection and the intuitive Vision Configurator operating software make the reader suitable for many industrial applications.

Hawk Measurement Gladiator acoustic switch series transducers

02 November, 2010 by

The Gladiator acoustic switch series with non-contact, self-cleaning technology can be used for blocked-chute detection.

Wadeco MWS-ST/SR type microwave sensor for blocked chute detection

02 November, 2010 by

As well as its use for level detection, microwave technology is now being applied across many industries for applications such as the detection of blocked chutes, flow/no-flow detection, the detection of product on conveyors, the detection of blocked pneumatic conveying pipes and the detection of blocked air slides.

Nevion Multicon multi-channel process controller/indicator/recorder

03 September, 2010 by

The Nevion Multicon controller is a versatile, compact multi-channel controller with an option to record data. It integrates advanced control functions (PID, on/off, time and profiles, etc) and logging of setpoints, process variables and current state of controlled objects.

Wincomm WMP-182 medical-grade computer

03 September, 2010 by

Wincomm’s medical-grade computer WMP series has a IP65 HMI (human machine interface) design and anti-bacterial coating.

Ronan X96SI/R radiometric transmitter

03 September, 2010 by

Ronan’s X96SI/R radiometric transmitter is fully ethernet capable, enabling configurations, software updates and data logging to be completed easily through the user’s PC, using a standard web browser.

Brookfield Engineering powder flow tester

03 September, 2010

The Brookfield Engineering powder flow tester (PFT) delivers quick and easy analysis of powder flow behaviour in industrial processing equipment.

PyroUSB non-contact infrared temperature sensor

31 August, 2010 by

The PyroUSB non-contact infrared temperature sensor connects directly to a PC via a USB cable (included) and operates without the need for any additional hardware interface or power supply.

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