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Level measurement solutions for waste compressor liquid

When natural gas enters a compressor station, it first passes through scrubbers and filters. These processes are intended to remove waste byproducts from the gas before it is compressed and continues to flow through the pipeline. Wastes can be water condensates or heavier hydrocarbons from the natural gas. Extracting and …

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Mouser Electronics signs global distribution agreement with ODU

Mouser Electronics has announced a global distribution agreement with ODU, a leading international supplier of connection systems. The ODU product line, now available from Mouser Electronics, includes the ODU MINI-SNAP, ODU MEDI-SNAP, and ODU MINI-MED connector series. “ODU produces the high-quality connectors that design engineers demand,” said Jeff Newell, Senior Vice President …

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Mouser Electronics named Hall of Fame sponsor at FIRST Championship

Mouser Electronics will once again sponsor the FIRST Robotics Competition Hall of Fame exhibit at the 2019 FIRST Championship events in Houston and Detroit. Nearly 100,000 high-school students on 3,790 teams from around the world are vying in 173 competitions for a chance to advance to the one of the two 4-day championship …

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New temp accessory doubles Legionella prevention

TME’s NEW Double TC Wall Port facilitates remote spot checks on two pipes from one location, offering double the efficiency for ACoP water testing. The dual socket is supplied ready wired with two K Type thermocouple fine wire probes which can be run up to 20 metres away to separate …

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HENSOLDT to acquire major parts of Nexeya activities

HENSOLDT has agreed to acquire the major part of the activities of Nexeya, Chatenay/France, a provider of services and electronics solutions for defence and commercial customers. The closing is expected after obtaining all necessary approvals in the third quarter of 2019. HENSOLDT will acquire Nexeya’s test and integration and services business as well as major parts …

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World’s fastest hydrogen sensor could pave the way for clean hydrogen energy

Hydrogen is a clean and renewable energy carrier that can power vehicles, with water as the only emission. Unfortunately, hydrogen gas is highly flammable when mixed with air, so very efficient and effective sensors are needed. Now, researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, present the first hydrogen sensors ever …

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MOFs can sense and sort troublesome gases

From astronauts and submariners to miners and rescue workers, people who operate in small enclosed spaces need good air quality to work safely and effectively. Electronic sensors now developed by a KAUST team can simultaneously detect at least three critical parameters that are important to monitor to ensure human comfort …

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Inspekto wins Gold Vision Systems Award in Chicago

Thanks to its originality, innovation and impact on bottom line productivity, the world’s first Autonomous Machine Vision system, the INSPEKTO S70, has been honoured with a Gold Award in the Vision Systems category of the Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards. Presented on April 8 at Automate in Chicago, Illinois, the prestigious award …

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Engineering firm raise thousands for childrens’ hospice

Staff from Boulting have completed a series of fundraising events and activities, raising almost £6,000 for Liverpool-based Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice. Employees from Boulting’s numerous sites across the UK have organised a series of fundraising activities throughout 2018 to raise £5,690 for the charity. Staff arranged dress down days, cake and …

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Pin-sized sensor could bring chemical ID to smartphone-sized devices

Imagine pointing your smartphone at a salty snack you found at the back of your pantry and immediately knowing if its ingredients had turned rancid. Devices called spectrometers can detect dangerous chemicals based on a unique “fingerprint” of absorbed and emitted light. But these light-splitting instruments have long been both …

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