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Witt Patbox mobile pressure and temperature data logger

17 July, 2017

The Patbox from Witt-Gasetechnik is a contact-free mobile data logger for measuring pressure and temperature that connects to its sensors using NFC communication.


New sensor for monitoring acetaldehyde in wine

14 July, 2017

A sensor that provides real-time acetaldehyde levels could make life easier for winemakers.


Rosemount 3144P temperature transmitter with X-well Technology

11 July, 2017

Emerson has introduced its X-well Technology with a Rosemount 3144P transmitter to extend this non-intrusive temperature sensing technology to a conventional wired I/O environment.


Krohne Optimass flow meters with EGM

26 May, 2017

Krohne Optimass flow meters with EGM are suitable for use in two-phase flow and batch/loading/empty-full-empty applications in various food and beverage applications, such as raw milk, ice-cream, dough, syrup, tomato concentrate, spinach, meat, margarine, mayonnaise, coffee extract, coolants, sugar concentrates and molasses.


VEGA GrieshaberVEGAPULS 64 radar level sensor

26 May, 2017

The VEGAPULS 64 radar level sensor can be used in vessels with internal installations or heavy build-up on the walls, as its focused microwave beam simply avoids these obstacles.


Endress+Hauser Liquiline CM44P transmitter

18 May, 2017

Endress+Hauser has expanded its transmitter platform with the release of the Liquiline CM44P transmitter. Liquiline CM44P offers the possibility of combining process photometers and Memosens sensors in one transmitter.


KROHNE H250 M40 all-metal variable area flowmeter

18 May, 2017

KROHNE's H250 M40 all-metal variable area flowmeter is suited to hygienic applications as it is EHEDG certified as well as 3A and FDA certified.


Are your machines chatting?

05 May, 2017 by Hans Peter Fritsche, freelance trade journalist, Redaktionsbüro H. Fritsche

Product and process monitoring, labelling technology, packaging, logistics, maintenance and repair can already all be optimised through the Internet of Things (IoT). But are they?


Which temperature sensors are best for your application? Chamber v room monitoring

27 April, 2017 by Paul Daniel

Electronic recording of temperatures with data stored in the cloud is pretty standard, but the choice of sensor type is often overlooked.


Temperature Technology TempReport Electronic Monitoring System

26 April, 2017

With the TempReport Electronic Monitoring System from Temperature Technology, temperatures are displayed directly on the user's screen: from cooking and cooling to storage and transport.


Wave Industries Hawk-Eye 800 data logger

26 April, 2017

The Hawk-Eye 800 is a professional, user-friendly solution for both local and remote process monitoring, control and data recording. It has been designed for small to medium applications.


Ingestible sensors pass human trials

26 April, 2017

Successful phase one human trials of ingestible capsules could revolutionise the diagnosis of gut disorders and diseases.


ECD Triton TR6 turbidity sensor

06 April, 2017

The Triton TR6 infrared turbidity sensor measures turbidity or suspended solids in four selectable dual ranges, featuring preset low and high ranges from 0 to 4000 NTU.


testo Saveris 2 cloud-based Wi-Fi temperature and humidity data logging and monitoring system

31 March, 2017

The testo Saveris 2 cloud-based Wi-Fi temperature and humidity data logging and monitoring system can be used for monitoring temperature and humidity values in storerooms, workrooms and even trucks in transit. It consists of Wi-Fi data loggers and a cloud data storage system.


ECD TC-80 Total Chlorine Analyser

22 February, 2017

The TC-80 Total Chlorine Analyser from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) monitors total chlorine in drinking water, rinse water, cooling water and other freshwater samples.


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