Gas Sensing Solutions CO2 sensors provide more accurate control of CO2 levels in laboratory incubators

Also enables CO2 levels of 20% and above to be used Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) is helping to solve a challenge with laboratory incubator applications. Incubators are typically used to grow bacteria and micro-organisms, and to culture cells and tissues for research and clinical purposes. The incubator’s job is to …

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Register now for Sensors & Instrumentation

Sensors & Instrumentation returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2018. Your free ticket not only gets you access to the UK’s only national instrumentation exhibition but also access to the PPMA Show, What’s New In Electronics (Live) and the TCT Show. Sponsored by Mouser Electronics, Sensors …

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VMZ.2 magnetic inductive Flow Sensor

The VMZ.2 magnetic inductive Flow Sensor is the 2nd generation from SIKA Dr. Siebert & Kühn.  Its unique design makes it highly cost effective, packed with technical features and still ensuring it’s robust and reliable. Specifically designed for OEM applications; using plastic components to deliver excellent value for money. Now available …

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SMART Safety Sensor SRF for Smart Factories

Switched on industrial safety technology provider Bernstein AG’s latest product represents a really smart safety move at a time when the ongoing merging of automation and IT see Industry 4.0 move from vision to reality. The company, based on the Westgate Park Industrial Estate in Aldridge, Walsall, has introduced the …

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Bi-metal temperature gauges

Bi-Metal Stainless Steel with bottom, back entry and ‘any-angle’ versions available. Temperature Ranges from -20°C to 200°C. Rugged industrial class 1, stainless steel case and bayonet bezel with 316 stainless steel stems. Manufactured in 100mm face sizes with various lengths and diameters available. Class 1 100mm face diameter Temperature Ranges …

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Increasing reliability through continuous and remote substation asset monitoring

Conditioned-based maintenance (CBM) is essential for electric utilities and most utilities have initiatives and investments to realize these goals. The use of thermography is a well-proven technique for monitoring conditions and detecting faults in electrical equipment. With much of equipment at the electrical power substations nearing the end of useful …

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A look at the advantages of multivariable pressure transmitters

How do multivariable transmitters work? DP-flow measurement applications are made up of two constituent parts; a primary element, including orifice plates, flow nozzles, wedge meters, Pitot tubes and Venturi tubes, and a secondary element, such as a differential pressure transmitter or Multivariable transmitter with temperature measurement and integrated flow computer. …

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TTI wins Silver Award from TDK Europe in their annual European Distribution Awards

TTI has won the TDK Europe Senten Manten Silver Award in the category of international volume distribution in their annual European Distribution Awards. It is the fifth time these European Distribution Awards have been presented by TDK Europe in the categories of international volume distribution, high-service distribution and local distribution. “I …

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Yokogawa to deliver Statewide Centralised Water Information Management System in India

Yokogawa India has been entrusted by the State Government of Rajasthan with the implementation, operations, and maintenance of a centralised, integrated water information management system (WIMS) in Jaipur, the state capital, as part of the Smart Cities Mission. Awarded through RajCOMP Info Services Ltd. (RISL), a Government of Rajasthan company responsible …

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WARR Hyperloop team wins Hyperloop Pod Competition with Panasonic Industry on board

Panasonic Industry Europe has congratulated the WARR Hyperloop team from the Technical University in Munich (TUM) on winning the third international annual SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition on 22nd July 2018 in Los Angeles. The pod from the WARR Hyperloop team reached a final speed of 467km/h, thereby improving their performance from 2017 …

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