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30 March 2020

EGE has designed its dynamic SDN 501/1 GSP-DYN flow controller to detect minimal pulsating flow rates from 0.02ml.

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27 March 2020

Carlo Gavazzi has launched a compact family of non-contact magnetic sensors suitable for safety gate applications where space can be limited.

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19 March 2020

For processes where accurate temperature control is essential and deviations could have costly implications, the new TCC self-checking temperature sensor from ifm electronic provides an added level of assurance.

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27 March 2020

The SICK T-Easic FTS is a thermal flow switch designed as an easy, cost-saving means of detecting liquid flow in pipes – for example in pumps, machine tool lubrication or industrial cleaning systems.

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16 March 2020

Rotronic has developed its industrial probes to provide even higher performance.

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18 February 2020

New from leader in 3D scanning and inspection, LMI Technologies (LMI), the Gocator 2490 smart 3D laser line profiler achieves a 2m field of view, large measurement range, and a 1m X 1m scan area for measurement and inspection of large targets. Gocator 2490 provides engineers with an all-in-one, pre-calibrated 3D vision solution ready to scan and measure out of the box.

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18 February 2020

Rotec now offers a sensor tester to optimise test set-up instrumentation and detect faulty sensors or adapter electronics at an early stage.

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18 February 2020

ABB’s TSP341-N non-invasive temperature sensor is designed to offer a simpler and safer way of measuring process temperature without the need to shut down a pipeline, drill a hole, or install a thermowell.

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11 February 2020

A new generation of level controllers with guided microwave has been introduced by EGE. The MFN series, with IO-Link interface, enables continuous access of PLCs to process and parameterisation data.

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11 February 2020

Lars Stormbom at Vaisala outlines how to avoid common pitfalls when installing HVAC outdoor sensors.

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06 February 2020

Woolworths Group supermarkets in Australia and New Zealand are benefiting from advanced carbon dioxide monitors as new natural refrigeration systems are installed in the fight against climate change.

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13 February 2020

ION Science's MiniPID 2 sensors are insensitive to humidity changes and are said to provide unparalleled performance in a variety of applications.

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13 February 2020

SICK's new T-Easic FTS is a thermal flow switch designed as an easy, cost-saving answer to detecting liquid flow in pipes, for example in pumps, machine tool lubrication or industrial cleaning systems.

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25 February 2020

For processes where accurate temperature control is essential and deviations could have cost implications, the TCC self-checking temperature sensor from ifm electronic provides an added level of assurance.

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04 February 2020

The SF82 dew-point transmitter for compressed air dryers from Michell Instruments features ultra-fast response to moisture changes to increase the efficiency of energy use in dew-point dependent switching (DDS) dryer control systems.

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13 February 2020

The new piezoelectric 6-component force/moment link, Type 9306A, from Kistler Instruments is equally suited to measuring the forces acting on electric hand tools, rocket engine test benches or robotics.

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16 February 2020

SICK has extended its Sensor Integration Machine (SIM) family, launching two high-performance, one-box, processing hubs that fuse decentralised, multi-sensor co-operation with field-to-cloud connectivity as part of Industry 4.0.

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06 December 2019

Versaperm has introduced its latest vapour test instrumentation.

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09 January 2020

Analytical Industries’ trace oxygen analysers make routine spot checks for leak detection (air ingress) in storage tanks and other vessels quick and easy.

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15 January 2020

The LMS4000, SICK's most powerful and accurate 2D LiDAR sensor to date, is suitable for materials handling and intralogistics applications, even at high speeds, in low ambient light or when goods, packages or parcels are matt black or glossy.

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FEATURES

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10 October 2019

Advice from Turck Banner on the parameters which matter is is a precision sensor going to the job it is designed for?

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29 May 2019

Sensor technologies enable robot measurement tasks where there is a growing need for high precision measurements over wide surface areas and where there are requirements for increased flexibility, says Chris Jones, Managing Director of Micro-Epsilon UK.

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16 November 2018

Power grids are becoming digital jungles. Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, smart meters and integrated cloud services are bringing new considerations for organisations in relation to hackers, cyber security and data protection. Here, Martyn Williams, managing director of energy software expert Copa-Data UK, explains how software is playing an important role in securing networks of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) in the energy industry.

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03 May 2018

Choosing a suitable flowmeter can be a tricky process. Here, Alan Hunt, electromagnetic flow product manager for ABB Measurement & Analytics in the UK & Ireland, explains why he believes electromagnetic flowmeters can offer the best solution for keeping track of industrial water flows

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20 July 2017

Sensors & Instrumentation, the UK’s only national sensors show sponsored by Mouser, is creating an early buzz with hundreds having already registered to attend this year’s event at the NEC, Birmingham, on 26th & 27th September.

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22 May 2017

To meet the need for improved productivity, the trend for off-highway vehicles has been to move away from discrete hydraulic controls to fully-electronic operator controls. These trends, together with customer requirements, have changed Curtiss-Wright Industrial division’s approach to design and manufacturing

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20 January 2017

Accurately assessing biofuel content using innovative sensor technology is a fundamental preventative maintenance requirement of assessing fuel quality, explains Alan Finlay of industrial monitoring specialist Salunda

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12 October 2016

An expert in the production of optoelectronics, Banner Engineering has an in-depth understanding both of the capabilities and the limitations of standard photo-electric sensors. Its expertise, however, is not limited to this type of sensor and here the company considers when it might be better to use a laser device over a standard LED photoelectric unit

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05 October 2016

Tony Ingham of Sensor Technology explains how monitoring the work rate of cranes, loaders and unloaders means their performance can be optimised, and downtime for maintenance can be scheduled for minimum disruption to operational requirements

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05 September 2016

Infrared temperature measurement can help improve efficiency and optimise quality within production processes, as Richard Gagg, global product manager (IR) at AMETEK Land, explains

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09 May 2016

Since 1866, at the Dufftown Distillery in the Highlands of Scotland, William Grant & Sons, producer of Glenfiddich, has perfected the art and science of whisky making, by using quality ingredients and employing careful process monitoring. The distiller recently turned to Siemens to inject some modern technology into the operation 

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17 August 2015

As an integral part of most production machinery, sensor systems will require a number of enabling technologies to provide the necessary functionality to realise the demands of an Industry 4.0 'ready' machine. Dan Rossek, marketing manager, Omron, explains more

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11 May 2015

Ever-changing and more exacting operating conditions in the food and beverage processing sector are placing greater demands on the sensors that take the measurements that are vital to safe and effective operation, as Charles Dowling of Morgan Advanced Materials explains

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05 January 2015

Today’s smart instrumentation and asset management systems offer a raft of new opportunities for today’s process operators, as Les Slocombe of ABB UK Measurement Products explains

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08 September 2014

Test and calibration in the instrumentation sector are sometimes confused. However, test is not calibration (although, for low spec instruments, it can be) and calibration involves more than mere connection to a sensor or instrument, as Mike Shelton, GE Measurement & Control, explains

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14 July 2014

The costs of generating compressed air can be reduced in many companies by as much as 20 to 50%, according to VPInstruments, a Dutch producer of ‘state-of-the-art’ measurement and analysis equipment. It believes companies can easily save tens of thousands of Euros a year and, in many cases, much more

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08 May 2014

Dazzling reflectivity, matt-black surfaces or total transparency of packaging design need no longer make factory automation systems ‘blind’ to hard-to-see objects. According to Phil Dyas, industrial sensor specialist with Sick UK, today's smarter technologies mean sensors can ‘see the light’

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04 September 2013

Following the installation of hydrostatic level transmitters from Endress+Hauser, Union Papertech in Heywood near Manchester is reaping the benefits of accurate and consistent level measurement

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29 July 2013

Sensors & Instrumentation opens for business in Hall 3 of the NEC, Birmingham, on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th September 2013, offering visitors the chance to view and discuss many of the latest products designed for test, measurement and control purposes.

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24 April 2013

Flow sensor technology continues to address specific industry issues and enhance efficiency, says Carl Schoenherr, product sales manager for Gems Sensors and Controls

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SPONSORED CONTENT

26 November 2015

Criterion Temperature & Humidity Benchtop

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26 November 2015

These are picture of a Custom built Walk-in Room for UCL Warwick, for Bio medical research

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08 November 2016

When you buy a product from ROTRONIC, you do not simply opt for a partner that sells you the measuring instrument, but also for a company that wants you to use the measuring instruments in such a way that they afford you maximum benefits and are a reliable companion to you in your everyday work.

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31 July 2019

FLIR Thermal Studio is a thermal image analysis and reporting software designed to manage large sets of thermal images and videos.

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08 November 2016

Rotronic products are specified throughout industries of all types from pharmaceutical to food companies; brickworks to art galleries.

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08 November 2016

With our HW4 software, we are offering a comprehensive, yet easy-to-use, monitoring solution for all the current and planned products.

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