Data Acquisition

Remaining data compliant in highly regulated industries

The amount of data that is created globally has increased by 5,000 per cent from 2010 to 2020, according to Forbes. While we are seeing a rapid increase in data collection, particularly in industry, are we using it effectively? Here Mike John, technical director of industrial metrology specialist The Sempre …

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Solutions for emission monitoring and predictive maintenance

With the foundation of the new subsidiary Sensirion Connected Solutions, Sensirion has expanded its technology and product portfolio to cover the whole value chain from sensor technology to data analytics and complete solutions. Sensirion Connected Solutions combines sensor technology know-how with advanced data analytics, connectivity and cloud technology to offer …

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New “UNI” universal signal conditioner for SIRIUS DAQ systems

Dewesoft announce the release of a powerful new UNI (Universal) signal conditioner for SIRIUS DAQ systems. UNI conditioners are capable of handling all popular sensors on the market today, including strain gages, IEPE accelerometers and microphones, voltages, currents, LVDTs and more. The module is based on SIRIUS DualCoreADC technology, which …

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New SIRIUS Module handles externally polarised microphones

Dewesoft announce the release of SIRIUS MIC200. SIRIUS DAQ systems have long supported IEPE and pre-polarised microphones, but externally polarised microphones have required an external 200V power supply. But now, SIRIUS MIC200 combines a high dynamic, high speed DAQ system with a completely integrated 200V microphone preamp. The main benefit …

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DLM custom multi-purpose data logger for subsea equipment testing

Dynamic Load Monitoring (DLM), of Southampton, UK, has provided a custom data logger and subsea measuring technology for use in a new tank where cable protection systems are tested. Darlington, UK-based Subsea Innovation Limited, a designer of innovative subsea and offshore equipment, will primarily use the equipment for testing and …

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Electricity in case of emergency

The likelihood of power failures in Europe is growing dramatically due to stretched energy supply networks, growing customer demand and a greater reliance on variable sources of energy. Power shortages are inconvenient for any business but, for critical establishments like hospitals, they can cost lives. That’s why Erasmus University Medical …

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All-in-one solutions help deliver ongoing operational efficiency

It goes without saying that when you buy industrial monitoring and control systems, you want them to last. However, it is often the case that when systems are purchased from third-party sellers, the relationship ends at the point of sale and ongoing support is minimal at best. Here Gary Bradshaw, …

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Manufacturing’s role in mitigating the climate crisis: EDMS and the road to net-zero

Industrial manufacturers are among the world’s biggest energy consumers and contribute more than 30 per cent of total greenhouse gas emissions. To mitigate this, the industry must find ways to reduce consumption. Some are pledging to drastically reverse their reputation by aiming for ambitious net zero factories. Here, Garry Forfar …

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Yokogawa Test & Measurement adds new features to next generation DL950 ScopeCorder

Yokogawa Test & Measurement has added further features to its latest DL950 ScopeCorder, improving its data acquisition capabilities and adding firmware updatable features. Using the new Flash Acquisition function, data can be captured over a long time with a high-speed sample rate of 20 MS/s (8CH) and 10 MS/s (16CH), …

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Dewesoft selected to monitor the world’s biggest offshore wind farm

Energy company Vattenfall have selected data acquisition system (DAQ) manufacturer Dewesoft to provide the tower monitoring solution at what is slated to become the world’s largest offshore wind farm. The Hollandse Kust Zuid wind farm will be located 18 to 36 kilometers off the coast of The Netherlands, near The …

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