Manufacturing Operations Management: A high-value starting point for digital transformation

The hunger for transformation among industry players is at an all-time high. But at the same time, organisations want lower risk options to digitalise the shop floor. To reduce the number of isolated, inflexible solutions, manufacturers will want to seek a connected, scalable and sustainable platform approach that enables them …

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From the cabinet to the field – flexible feed-throughs for M12 and M12 Power

M12 and M12 Power control cabinet feed-throughs from binder ensure a robust and secure connection between the modules in the cabinet and automation components in the field.  The combination of plug or socket as well as coding on each connection side allow for a variety of configurations even in complex …

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New research reveals four key actions to strengthen process resilience

Independent research commissioned by RS Components (RS), a trading brand of Electrocomponents, a global omni-channel provider of product and service solutions, has uncovered four key actions that senior engineers should consider taking to build process resilience across their organisations. The findings are presented in the second report in The Resilience …

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Optimise your electrical heating system & reduce your energy costs

The new REVO-PB power optimisation controller, the latest innovation from CD Automation, gives you 3 independent one phase controllers in a single package allowing you to optimise your electrical heating system & reduce your energy costs. Reduces peaks in electricity supply & noise in your system Optimisation algorithm keeps power …

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SMALL DRIVES DELIVER SMART CONTROL OF LOCAL SINGAPORE LANDMARK

Control Techniques’ Unidrives are driving down energy demand with smart control for a local attraction. Singapore based company Navitech, which delivers innovative mechanical & electrical designs and installations, has utilised Control Techniques’ Unidrive M200 range in a novel installation, known as the Dolphin Fountain – a spectacular display of dolphins …

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GI Systems Ltd

GI Systems Ltd was established in April 2019 to develop business for data acquisition, condition monitoring, test and measurement products and engineered systems in the U.K. GI Systems is proud to be the UK sales partner for Gantner Instrumentation GmbH and Manner Sensortelemetrie GmbH. www.gantner-instruments.com www.sensortelemetrie.de Gantner Instruments is a …

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ifm launches easy-to-use humidity sensor

Easy to install and requiring no user set up, humidity sensors in the new LDH29x range from ifm electronic provide a convenient, reliable, and cost-effective method of monitoring humidity and temperature levels in control panels and other items of sensitive electrical and electronic equipment. This is particularly useful for equipment …

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Moore Industries Rugged, Reliable, and Versatile Frequency-to-DC Transmitters

Moore Industries offers two highly reliable and rugged instruments to monitor frequency, period, high or low pulse width, and contact closure signals for a wide range of industries including oil and gas, chemical, power generation, pulp and paper, nuclear remediation and petrochemical. The SFY Functional Safety Frequency-to-DC Transmitter and the …

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The Technology Behind the M81-SSM’s Precise Signal Synchronisation

One of the most unique features of the new modular Lake Shore MeasureReady™ M81-SSM synchronous source measure system is its patent-pending MeasureSync™ signal synchronisation technology. This real-time sampling architecture enables simultaneous source module update and measure module sampling timing across all channels, regardless of signal types for frequencies up to 100 kHz. Because …

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The Lock-in Amplifier Explained and Reimagined

Measurement of electrical signals, voltage, and current is one of the most important methods used by researchers to characterise electronic materials. But electrical signals are often at very low levels and in the presence of noise — which can be as large as or even larger than the signal itself. …

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