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Pressure sensor uses proprietary MEMS mass flow technology

Pressure sensor uses proprietary MEMS mass flow technology
Available in Europe through TTI is Omron’s D6F-PH Differential Pressure Sensor. The product is a type of MEMS chip with I²C digital output. Using Omron’s proprietary MEMS mass flow technology, the sensor features a redesigned internal flow path that produces low flow, high velocity/high impedance for a differential pressure output.
11th October 2018

A compact and space-saving sensor solution

A compact and space-saving sensor solution
  As the new 412B series from Leuze electronics is in metal housing, it now presents a slim, cylindrical M12 sensor design that is especially well suited for use in tight installation spaces, that may occur in material handling or in packaging machines. 
24th September 2018

Precise temperature control for novel food production

Precise temperature control for novel food production
The Procusini 3.0 is a 3D food printer, recently launched in its third and revised generation with NTC temperature probes from Variohm EuroSensor. The manufacturer, Print2Taste, was founded in 2014 as a spin-off company of the Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences in Freising.
12th September 2018


Smart condition monitoring helps barley malt producer stay ahead

Smart condition monitoring helps barley malt producer stay ahead
Producer of malted barley, Muntons Malt has chosen the Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) system from Mitsubishi to protect fans and motors vital to its large-scale and sensitive production process. Used to make beer, spirits and a range of popular foodstuffs, malted barley is produced in large batches where conditions are critical to a consistent product. The operation team had previously experienced issues with difficult-to-reach bearings inside a large fan housing and wanted to stay ahead of the game in future.
21st August 2018

Helicopters could bring fresh technologies to fighting brushfires

Helicopters could bring fresh technologies to fighting brushfires
This year the UK has seen brushfires rage across large areas of heath and moorland, a problem that may become increasingly common as climate change drives global warming. New techniques and increased levels of expertise will be needed to combat these fires.
20th August 2018

Sensor offers high accuracy in compact package

Sensor offers high accuracy in compact package
A humidity and temperature digital sensor from Texas Instruments (TI) that offers high accuracy and low power consumption in a compact package is in stock at distributor Mouser Electronics. The HDC2080 sensor is suitable for a broad range of Internet of Things (IoT) and environment-monitoring applications.
17th August 2018

Accelerometer boasts ultra-low power consumption

Accelerometer boasts ultra-low power consumption
The BMA400 accelerometer from Bosch Sensortec has been added to the Rutronik UK portfolio. It features ultra-low power consumption without compromising on performance. The accelerometer allows continuous, low-noise measurement of motion on three axes with 12-bit digital resolution and several selectable bandwidths.
14th August 2018

Enhancing performance of 2-D systems

Enhancing performance of 2-D systems
The PXV 2-D absolute positioning system from Pepperl+Fuchs reaches new performance heights when it comes to reliability and handling. With its large reading window, the system keeps a sufficient number of codes in view, even in relation to track switches and changes to the code tape. According to Pepperl+Fuchs precise positioning is guaranteed at all times.
6th August 2018

An economic, ecological solution for electrostatic powder coating

An economic, ecological solution for electrostatic powder coating
High transfer efficiency, minimum powder output, uniform powder application; powder coating guns are at the core of powder coating. Electrostatic powder coating is a feasible alternative to wet coating for applications in various industries where large quantities are coated in the same colour.
2nd August 2018

Industry first explosion proof stackable multi-turn encoder

Industry first explosion proof stackable multi-turn encoder
Sensata Technologies has launched the first explosion proof stackable multi-turn encoder for use in oil and gas applications. The new encoder, BEI Sensors’ model MAAX, is ATEX and IECEx certified to operate in explosive environments and features a Profibus output in a bespoke, stackable package. CANopen and SSI outputs are also available.
27th July 2018


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