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DJB Instruments (UK) Ltd expand into Asia

DJB Instruments UK Ltd is pleased to announce their expansion into the Asia region with the opening of the DJB Instruments (China) office in Shanghai, China. The new office will be headed up by Kevin Li who has many years of experience in the Noise and Vibration marketplace working with …

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Rittal’s new laser machining centre to revolutionise control panel production at engineering firm

In a “UK first”, Hawarden-based electrical engineering firm, LCA Group, has switched its control panel operations from manual production to end-to-end automation, including laser-machining (www.youtube.com/watch?v=7d27sUtLL0U).  The move is expected to transform its productivity and efficiency. LCA Group, which recently came under new ownership, has invested in: a Rittal Automation Systems …

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Nordson EFD Performus X Fluid Dispenser

Ideal for syringe barrel dispensing of glue, oil, grease, epoxy, cyanoacrylate, solder paste, and other assembly fluids, the new air-powered benchtop fluid dispensers deliver reliable dispensing control for general applications in the electronics, life science, consumer goods, and automotive industries. The Performus X100 features a  0-100 psi (0-7 bar) pressure regulator …

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Keeping Up to Speed with EMC

For producers of electronic equipment, clearly demonstrating conformance with EU technical legislation is an ongoing responsibility that does not end when the design is frozen, or when the product is successfully placed on the market. The EU’s approach to legislation is continually evolving, documents are regularly updated or superseded. In …

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Client Solution Leads to Gas Meter Test Rig for Everyone

When a client approached Chell Instruments with a specific challenge, our engineering team got straight to work. Using our industry leading expertise and experience, the ideal solution was developed for their gas meter calibration requirements. Now, a version of the Gas Meter Test Rig (GMTR) we created is available from …

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A growing exhibitor line-up for Sensors & Instrumentation Live

The 10 year anniversary edition of Sensors & Instrumentation Live is shaping up to be the biggest in the show’s history. Taking place in Hall 2 at the NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 September 2019, the show already has an impressive exhibitor line-up A number of market-leading …

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What’s new in thermal imaging

Detecting Gas Leakage from a Refrigeration Plant CompressorFLIR Systems reports how its GF304 optical gas imaging camera has been used to detect Freon R-124 gas leaks from a refrigeration plant compressor without interrupting or shutting down operations. Most modern refrigerants are organofluorine compounds, and while they are not ozone-depleting, some blends contain Volatile …

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Thermal Imaging Solution for Furnace Applications

Accurate temperature measurement in high temperature furnaces The FurnaceSpection™ thermal imaging system from LumaSense Technologies is designed to continuously monitor the inside of high temperature furnaces used for refining, metals, and glass production. It uses a radiometrically calibrated thermal imager to accurately measure product, refractory, and heat transfer surfaces inside …

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The new Yokogawa WT5000 is the first of a new generation of Precision Power Analyzer

Yokogawa Test & Measurement launches next generation of Precision Power Analyzer: New WT5000 combines exceptional accuracy with stability, noise immunity and flexibility to meet the measurement needs of developers of energy-efficient systems – The new Yokogawa WT5000 is the first of a new generation of Precision Power Analyzer that offers …

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Digitalisation promises new possibilities for industrial measurement

Remember when TVs were operated using analogue? Remember the vast difference it made when your television went over to digital – reception details like the picture quality, number of channels and less programme interruptions? In the same way the movement from analogue to digital in the world of television has …

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