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Anemometers- Which Anemometer should I use?

Anemometers are devices that have traditionally been used for measurement of wind speed and direction for meteorological data requirements. Evolution and technological advances across the globe have seen the expansion of anemometer use into many varying sectors for measurement such as;  duct velocity in HVAC systems, fume hood performance in …

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Across the USA with the RT3000

Lessons from a 2000-mile automated drive. “The position accuracy of the RT3000 meant that we could engage our vehicle’s automated system far more than we ever expected”. Those are the words of Sara Sargent, Engineering Project Manager at leading researcher of automated vehicle technologies, VSI Labs, after completing a 2000+ …

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New benchmark in thermal flow measurement

The latest flow meter from ifm electronic measures liquids or gases The new benchmark in thermal flow measurement is the SA from ifm electronic. Quite simply the best and easiest to use, the SA is optimised for a range of media including water, oils, glycol and air.  Not only will …

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Fluke 1660 Series Multifunction Installation Testers with free Digital Multimeter and data management software

Until 30th June 2020 and while stocks last, Fluke UK is offering two 1660 Series Multifunction Installation Testers with a free Digital Multimeter (DMM) plus data management software. The Fluke 1664 UK-DMM comprises a 1664 FC Multifunction Installation Tester with a free Fluke 115 DMM plus free Fluke DMS Data …

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20W Brick DC-DC Converter designed for Railways & Instrumentation offers input range from 8.5V – 160V

Components Bureau are pleased to announce the new DC/DC converters AER20-W and AER20-DW from AUTRONIC. The compact 20 W power supply is designed for harsh applications and suitable for the railway with an input range of 18:1. The new edition of the AER series are galvanically isolated DC-DC converters with …

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New lightweight oxygen analyzer for cost-effective quality control in safe-area applications

Michell Instruments has launched a new lightweight oxygen analyzer to provide accurate and cost-effective control of oxygen from 500ppm O2 to oxygen purity in safe area applications. The XTP501 Oxygen Analyzer uses Michell’s tried and tested thermo-paramagnetic technology for highly accurate and stable measurements. These sensors are non-depleting and will …

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Micro dispensing with xQR41V Needle Valve

The valve features a 60% smaller form factor than standard valves, an exchangeable, modular design for greater customization and process control, and a patent-pending Quick Release (QR) clasp to replace wetted parts in seconds. With a smaller profile of 64 mm length x 23.7 mm diameter (2.50” x 0.93”), operators …

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Process optimisation and control with reliable multiphase measurement

Not all refineries are the same and as such, the challenges with blending crude feedstocks vary between facilities.  Fluctuation in crude supply can be beneficial, however, it can also bring significant operational challenges during the desalting process that can have an impact further downstream into other parts of the distillation …

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High Speed Impact Testing

New, unique high speed, impact pressure mapping system for automotive and aircraft seating launched by XSensor through Interface Force Crowthorne, Berkshire, UK, 20 March 20: Interface Force Measurements, a leader in force measurement announces the launch of a new and unique high-speed pressure mapping system for crash testing seating. The …

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New lightweight oxygen analyzer for cost-effective quality control in safe-area applications

Michell Instruments has launched a new lightweight oxygen analyzer to provide accurate and cost-effective control of oxygen from 500ppm O2 to oxygen purity in safe area applications. The XTP501 Oxygen Analyzer uses Michell’s tried and tested thermo-paramagnetic technology for highly accurate and stable measurements. These sensors are non-depleting and will …

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