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HBM to exhibit weighing technology at PPMA show 2018

HBM to exhibit weighing technology at PPMA show 2018
It has been announced that HBM will be exhibiting its sophisticated and innovative range of weighing technology components at stand C34 of the PPMA Show 2018, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, from 25th to 27th September.
27th July 2018

Measurement module enables torsional vibration analysis

Measurement module enables torsional vibration analysis
The MX460B-R digital measurement module from HBM is suitable for measuring torque, rotational speed, angle, position, or displacement in harsh environments. It is a 4-channel, digital impulse and frequency measurement module which is suitable for precise acquisition of digital signals in a range of mobile applications such as vehicle testing and test benches.
23rd May 2018

Strain gauges designed for high temperatures up to 350°C

Strain gauges designed for high temperatures up to 350°C
HBM has expanded its range of strain gauges, of the KFU series, which can be used at extremely high temperatures up to 350°C. The KFU strain gauges are shipped with a 1m long cables and are protected against high temperatures. They are available in grid lengths of 2 and 5mm as well as in different versions, such as linear, T (with two measuring grids) or R (with three measuring grids) rosettes, depending on the applications requirements.
30th April 2018


Torque sensor enables demanding static and dynamic measurements

Torque sensor enables demanding static and dynamic measurements
HBM Test and Measurement has introduced its new T21WN torque transducer. Based on strain-gauge technology, the T21WN uses contactless energy and measurement signal transmission to measure torque. The torque transducer enables demanding static and dynamic measurements of torque, rotational speed, and angle of rotation to be performed on non-rotating as well as rotating components.
6th March 2018

Communication processor offers 512 measurement channels

Communication processor offers 512 measurement channels
The CP52 Communication Processor (CP) has been exclusively designed by HBM for use with the MGCplus Data Acquisition System. Successor to the CP22 and CP42, the updated CP52 which features built in intelligence, comes with a variety of flexible functions which offers users added value, such as two native interfaces. 
11th December 2017

Precise high speed torque transducer offers space & cost savings!

Precise high speed torque transducer offers space & cost savings!
As requirements for torque measurement increase in terms of speed and precision, the T40HS torque transducer is the latest offering from HBM to provide a precise solution for high rotational speeds up to 45,000 rpm.
14th June 2016

Appointment and promotion underpins UK growth for HBM

Appointment and promotion underpins UK growth for HBM
HBM UK Ltd has appointed Greg Todd as Sales Manager for companies in the south of the country. Greg is a fully qualified electro-technical engineer and brings five years of experience in electrical testing combined with similar experience in mechanical engineering sales with him to the role.
24th August 2011

Book provides detailed information on torque measurement technology

Book provides detailed information on torque measurement technology
HBM technical experts, Rainer Schicker and Dr Georg Wegener, have written a 272-page reference book, “Measuring Torque Correctly” available on-line that gives a clear overview of all essential aspects of using torque transducers. Available in German, English and Italian, the book is clearly laid out and easy to understand
8th August 2011

Latest torque flange features improved design for higher torques

Latest torque flange features improved design for higher torques
HBM has launched the T40FM torque flange that can measure torques of up to 80 kNm to meet the increased requirements for torque measurement in test benches over recent years.
4th August 2011

Latest weighing technology meets hazardous requirements

Latest weighing technology meets hazardous requirements
HBM has launched its AED9101C-Z2/22 for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
4th August 2011

Piezoelectric force washers with new nominal (rated) forces

Piezoelectric force washers with new nominal (rated) forces
Two variants of HBM’s successful CFW piezoelectric force washers have been launched to expand the range by providing nominal (rated) forces of 100 kN and 190 kN.
9th June 2011

Latest update ensures highest precision torque calibration continues

Latest update ensures highest precision torque calibration continues
HBM has made a number of improvements to its established TB2 torque reference transducer family of products to ensure they continue to meet the needs for very high precision results delivered quickly.
9th June 2011

Reference force transducers up to 5 MN

Reference force transducers up to 5 MN
HBM has launched its C18 reference force transducers with a nominal force range of up to 5 MN. Reference transducers are used to calibrate force measurement transducers by comparing results against a defined standard.
8th June 2011

UNF threads ensure suitability of U10 force transducers for more applications

UNF threads ensure suitability of U10 force transducers for more applications
HBM has extended the flexibility of its U10 force transducers with the U10S version which has UNF standard threads for mechanical connection.
8th June 2011

All-Fill’s load cell selection ensures accuracy for its range of filling machines

All-Fill’s load cell selection ensures accuracy for its range of filling machines
Leading UK manufacturer, All-Fill International Ltd has selected HBM’s PW12C 75 kg capacity load cell and AD103C Analogue to Digital Convertor (A/D) card for its latest sack filling machine. This ensures the accuracy of the machine meets the specification of up to ±0.1% of the fill weight. The machine is designed for filling 25kg sacks but All-Fill International decided it needed a bigger load cell to meet different customer specifications.
25th January 2011

Latest Strain Gage Catalog Contains Wealth Of Information

Latest Strain Gage Catalog Contains Wealth Of Information
HBM's new catalog Strain Gages and Accessories is now available in both English and German versions. The catalog features all of HBM’s extensive range of strain gages and their specifications on nearly 100 pages.
29th November 2010

International DAQ Survey Highlights Equipment Trends

International DAQ  Survey Highlights Equipment Trends
HBM – the global leader in data acquisition and analysis – has recently completed an international survey to gain a better insight into the market and how it is evolving. HBM says, “The world of data acquisition and analysis is changing rapidly as companies launch products with markedly reduced development times and with increasingly complex technologies”.
23rd November 2010

HBM wins prestigious CE Design Award for isolation device

HBM wins prestigious CE Design Award for isolation device
HBM’s high-speed instrumentation development team, based at Dongen in The Netherlands, has won a prestigious CE Design Award for work on its forthcoming ISOBE7600 high-voltage measurement subsystem. The award was presented by DARE!!, a Dutch company specialised in product certification for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrical product safety.
15th November 2010

digiCLIP now features integrated DeviceNet interface

digiCLIP now features integrated DeviceNet interface
HBM has launched two digiCLIP modules - 1-DF30DN and 1-DF31DN – with a DeviceNet interface to extend the range of suitable applications for its universal industrial amplifier.
15th November 2010

Sensor Gives Automatic Temperature Compensation For Optical Strain Gages

Sensor Gives Automatic Temperature Compensation For Optical Strain Gages
HBM has resolved the challenges of compensating optical strain gage measurements for temperature fluctuations with its latest K-OTC sensor.
15th November 2010


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