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Latest CAN Bus Module Synchronizes Measurement Of Analog And Digital Signals

Latest CAN Bus Module Synchronizes Measurement Of Analog And Digital Signals
The latest MX471 CAN bus module from HBM features four independent CAN bus interfaces and integrates seamlessly into the QuantumX universal measurement system. This enables CAN messages to be synchronously acquired and stored for all analog or digitally measured quantities such as torque, force, strain, displacement, pressure, rotational speed and temperature.
2nd November 2010

Complete Packages From HBM Simplify Production Monitoring

Complete Packages From HBM Simplify Production Monitoring
HBM now offers a comprehensive range of Industrial Process Control (IPC) products in cost-effective packages for various applications that ensure optimum quality monitoring.
20th October 2010

Latest interface seamlessly integrates measuring amplifiers

Latest interface seamlessly integrates measuring amplifiers
HBM has now developed an IPM software interface for its MP85A FASTpress and MP85A-S EASYswitch process controllers enabling easy connection to process data management software. The IPM interface ensures seamless integration of the controllers so that acquired production data can be directly transmitted to a quality assurance server for visualization and archiving.
15th October 2010


Fiber Bragg grating-based strain gage rosette

Fiber Bragg grating-based strain gage rosette
At only 43 x 47 mm in size, HBM has launched one of the smallest optical strain gages in rosette form in the world. The K-OR rosette comprises three measuring grids – at angles of 0°, 60° and 120° – which enables the absolute value and direction of any mechanical stresses to be defined.
15th October 2010

Latest Data Acquisition Software Enhances Measurement With New Functions

Latest Data Acquisition Software Enhances Measurement With New Functions
HBM has improved its catmanAP software with a variety of new functions making it easier than ever to take measurements and analyze data. The latest 3.1 version includes convenient display filters to help engineers keep track when using large numbers of measurement channels. Equally, the new ‘cycle counter’ mathematics function simplifies counting the periods in a periodic signal without connecting and parameterizing an additional hardware channel.
21st September 2010

Platform load cell with overload stop affords high degree of protection for sensitive applications

Platform load cell with overload stop affords high degree of protection for sensitive applications
HBM has launched its PW25 platform load cell that can be hermetically encapsulated to meet both IP68 and IP69K degrees of protection for applications in the food industry or pharmaceutical sector.
7th July 2010

QuantumX - the universal data acquisition system with new analog output interface

QuantumX - the universal data acquisition system with new analog output interface
The latest QuantumX module from HBM, the MX878 output module, measures all commonly used physical quantities and makes them available as standardized analog voltage outputs.
7th July 2010

Compact piezoelectric force washer expands PACEline range

Compact piezoelectric force washer expands PACEline range
HBM has expanded its CFW series of piezoelectric force washers with a 20 kN version to meet the demand for measuring lower nominal (rated) forces. The latest force washer has a diameter of just 14.5 mm and a height of 7 mm making it very compact in relationship to its nominal force. This allows it to be easily integrated in applications, even where very little space is available.
7th July 2010

AED digital transducer electronics for analog SG transducers

AED digital transducer electronics for analog SG transducers
HBM has developed its AED transducer electronics to digitize analog signals from transducers using strain gage technology (SG) enabling them to be integrated into a super ordinate system. This simplifies the process of integrating analog standard load cells into a digital environment.
26th May 2010

Load cells ensure high accuracy in latest Weigh Blending Systems

Load cells ensure high accuracy in latest Weigh Blending Systems
TSM Control Systems of Dundalk in Ireland is using HBM’s single point load cells to ensure high accuracy in its range of Weigh Blending Systems. The Weigh Blending Systems measure a recipe of different plastic granules by weight and then blend the resulting mix so that it can be used in different types of plastic processing. Examples include packaging material such as food wrap or the internal wrapping bags in cereal boxes used in the food industry.
26th May 2010

Latest digital charge amplifier for piezo sensors features integrated Ethernet interface

Latest digital charge amplifier for piezo sensors features integrated Ethernet interface
The latest CMD600 digital charge amplifier from HBM acquires signals from a connected sensor and makes them available to a downstream machine control either as an analog voltage signal or in digital form. In digital form the signal is transmitted using Ethernet as measured value streaming. Analog voltage signals (0 to ±10 V) have a measuring bandwidth of 30 kHz.
26th May 2010

Data acquisition in tough conditions simplified by latest mobile CAN-based modules

Data acquisition in tough conditions simplified by latest mobile CAN-based modules
HBM has released its new SoMat cDAQ rugged, mobile CAN-based data acquisition modules. Sized at only 35mm x 217mm x 50mm, the compact cDAQ modules provide a flexible distributed network of HBM world-class signal conditioning in any environment and weather conditions.
26th May 2010

Latest Lynx lands safely following development tests

Latest Lynx lands safely following development tests
AgustaWestland has conducted a series of tests on the undercarriage of the future Lynx naval helicopter using HBM’s data acquisition equipment to ensure superior operational landing performance. The Lynx – with a maximum take-off weight of 6,000 kg – has a long pedigree as a twin-engine, multi-role aircraft used by the British Army and the Royal Navy to meet maritime combatant and land utility and reconnaissance requirements.
20th May 2010

Software gives clear display of relevant data

Software gives clear display of relevant data
HBM has launched an upgraded version of its powerful nCode GlyphXE™ software that is especially suited for analysis and evaluation of huge amounts of data. The 2.0 version features a completely new software module that automatically corrects irregularities in the measurement data along with a multitude of additional improvements for easier and faster data visualization.
20th May 2010

Global survey investigates the future of measurement technology

Global survey investigates the future of measurement technology
HBM is giving engineers from around the world a chance to air their views on the future of measurement technology in an on-line survey.
13th May 2010

SP4M - Single point load cell now also available in C6 quality

SP4M - Single point load cell now also available in C6 quality
The SP4M single point load cells are now available as the successors to the successful SP4 series for maximum capacities from 1 kg up to 200 kg. The major innovation: The load cells now also offer C6 quality and therefore maximum measurement accuracy. However, a lot has been done with regard to the C3 quality models too: A broad choice of options ensures maximum flexibility.
19th October 2009


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