Flexible and Dynamic Alarming with NCS Remote I/O

Moore Industries Net Concentrator System (NCS) is the ideal real-time signal gateway from your field instruments, process sensors, and final control elements to your BPCS and control strategy. NCS networks are made up of one or more stand-alone I/O stations consisting of one EMM Ethernet/MODBUS Interface Module, combined with Input …

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ifm helps to ensure safe extraction!

Flow sensors in the new SA series from ifm electronic have been specifically developed to provide accurate and reliable monitoring of exhaust air flow on machines, thereby helping to ensure that potentially harmful dust, gases and vapours are safely removed and do not escape into the factory environment. The sensors …

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Progressive Cavity Pump Systems for Continuous Volumetric Dispensing

Highly controlled volumetric dispensing of one-part and two-part fluids is now possible with EFD’s new 797PCP systems. Nordson EFD volumetric progressive cavity pump systems can deliver precise, repeatable fluid volumes as small as 0.01 mL per revolution. Deposit volume tolerances equal to +/- 1% allow for a high level of …

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Smart item supply, engagement and authentication

Reliable dual frequency UHF and NFC RFID labels Brady Corporation presents a new, highly reliable dual frequency RFID label that combines the advantages of UHF and NFC RFID technology. With a single label, companies can improve product and item supply chain management, authentication and end-user engagement. Improve product supply, engagement …

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AVEVA’s new Vision AI Assistant dynamically transforms existing image feeds into actionable industrial insights

AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software, driving digital transformation and sustainability, today launched Vision AI Assistant 2021 – an image classification-based analytics tool. The artificial intelligence (AI) solution, which can be integrated into AVEVA System Platform and Operations Management Interface and AVEVA Insight, enables customers to use video and …

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Mecmesin pioneers the world’s ultimate digital force gauge

Mecmesin, a leading global designer and manufacturer of force, materials, and torque testing equipment, announced today the launch of its ground-breaking VFG digital force gauge. The VFG combines a highly responsive, capacitive 5” colour touchscreen with sophisticated force and torque measurement features driven by the power of Mecmesin’s Vector OS. …

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Fluke Networks launches FiberLert, the first live fibre detector

Fluke has today announced the launch of a handheld tool that detects invisible near-infrared (850-1625nm) wavelengths used in fibre-optic communication to troubleshoot cable, port, polarity and transceiver issues. Easy troubleshooting Designed for one-handed operation, the FiberLert is an easy-to-use troubleshooting tool that allows technicians and engineers to simply test for …

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Are your PLCs an easy target?

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across the UK have faced a surge in cybercrime. In fact, research indicates that UK businesses experienced one attempted cyberattack every 46 seconds on average in 2020. Industrial businesses are a prime target for hackers and the ramifications of a data breach …

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Max Planck Institute uses Spectrum’s digitizer cards to measure diameters of distant stars

The MAGIC telescopes on the Canary Island of La Palma were built to observe cosmic objects that emit high-energy gamma rays, i.e., supernovae or black holes. Astronomers also use the twin telescope to measure the diameter of stars to investigate the processes throughout their life cycle. This is a challenging …

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Monitoring data can underpin river quality improvements

The UK’s Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has requested written evidence from Meteor Communications, the specialist provider of remote water quality monitoring systems, as part of the committee’s ongoing inquiry into water quality in rivers. The submission was timely because it was made while sewage spills were the subject of intense …

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