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Contrinex sensors designed for hot stuff

Contrinex sensors designed for hot stuff
Many manufacturing processes such as furnaces, steel plants, casting machines, engine control, foundries, heat treatment plants, plastic moulding machines, food processing and cooking and baking lines run at temperatures well above 70°C at which most conventional feedback sensors begin to malfunction and fail. Contrinex, the Swiss sensor specialist, has introduced a new range of high temperature inductive proximity switches that is designed specifically for use in such demanding conditions and will reduce costly downtime.
17th July 2008

Wilcoxon Research introduces isolator bases for accelerometers

Wilcoxon Research introduces isolator bases for accelerometers
Wilcoxon Research announced that it will add isolator bases to the company’s extensive line of vibration sensor mounting accessories. The new isolator mounting bases protect a vibration sensor from up to 1500 volts of electricity by electrically isolating it from the case of the machine on which it is mounted.
17th July 2008

Pressure sensors ideal for viscous fluids and withstand wash downs

Pressure sensors ideal for viscous fluids and withstand wash downs
A range of ceramic and stainless steel pressure sensors for viscous and gaseous media is now available, which not only withstand frequent wash downs and temperatures of up to 300°C, but are also certified for use in explosive atmosphere (ATEX, Zone 0) environments.
16th July 2008


Hygienic Pressure Measuring with ED 701

Hygienic Pressure Measuring with ED 701
Baumer’s product segment Process Instrumentation offers the electrical pressure transmitter of the ED 701 series with a range of new features. Therefore the ED 701 is now also highly suitable for hygienic pressure measuring in the pharmaceutical and food industry.
14th July 2008

Wilcoxon Research sensors certified to meet new ATEX standards

Wilcoxon Research has improved the hazardous area certifications on several of the company’s most popular accelerometers. The changes in certification make the product available for a wider range of safety barriers as well as compliant with the new European ATEX standards.
14th July 2008

Miniature Crash Sensor for Auto Safety Applications

Measurement Specialties has introduced the new miniature Model 52M30 accelerometer for auto safety applications. It offers significant cost savings, ease of use and measurement reliability for test professionals.
26th June 2008

Jupiter magnetostrictive level transmitter

Jupiter magnetostrictive level transmitter
The fastest and most efficient way to upgrade a magnetic level indicator is to clamp a Jupiter 200 magnetostrictive level transmitter onto its by-pass cage. The installation can be performed under process conditions and without any modification of the installed equipment.
26th June 2008

Pressure Transmitter EF6 for Transport Applications

Pressure Transmitter EF6 for Transport Applications
With the EF6, Baumer’s product segment Process Instrumentation has developed an EMC-safe pressure transmitter suitable especially for transport applications. It is already applied in the brake system of several high speed trains.
26th June 2008

Weld-immune sensors from Contrinex keep production lines running

Weld-immune sensors from Contrinex keep production lines running
Automated welding fixtures operate under the toughest possible conditions being subject to frequent and hard physical knocks, metal spray from welding processes and severe and frequent heat cycling. In addition, the intense levels of RFI created will cause the majority of inductive sensors to malfunction and, in some cases, change output status. In industries like automotive manufacture large numbers of welding cells and fixtures are expected to achieve high levels of reliability to meet production targets and sensors can be a weak link in the quest for uninterrupted production.
18th June 2008

New Low Pressure Transducer Announced By Gems Sensors

New Low Pressure Transducer Announced By Gems Sensors
Gems Sensors & Controls announces the launch of the 3300 series pressure transducer. Based on the highly successful 3100 series, the 3300 series is characterized by its low pressure ranges, compact size, absolute or gauge reference and low cost. The new transducers have been designed for use by OEMs in a variety of applications across a number of different industries. Applications include pneumatics, autoclaves, chemical sterilizers, liquid storage and distribution, compressors and anywhere with low pressure requirements.
18th June 2008


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