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Keeping Industrial Automation Fit and Healthy
By Jonathan Wilkins, EU Automation
discusses how this new development helps bring legacy systems forward.
10 Things You Need to Know About Precision Displacement Measurement
Chris Jones, Managing Director at Micro-Epsilon UK, outlines the 10 most important factors to consider before purchasing a non-contact displacement...
Red vs Blue Lasers: A Comparison of Triangulation Sensors
By Chris Jones, Micro-Epsilon UK
Although red laser triangulation displacement sensors have been in use for more than 20 years, blue laser...
How the Digital Dossier Translates to Dollars
By Manuel Terranova, Peaxy Inc.
One critical business imperative of this decade is making good use of data assets. A comprehensive digital...
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PRODUCT NEWSin Sensors & Industrial I/O
Alicat Scientific introduces MQ and MCQ series of mass flow meters and controllers
The MQ Series meters and MCQ Series mass flow controllers will operate in high pressure systems, up to 320 PSIA (22 bar). The products are designed...
Endress+Hauser introduces FMR10 and FMR20 free space radar level transmitters
The FMR10 measures liquid levels at ranges up to 16 feet with 0.2 inch accuracy, while the FMR20 measures levels up to 66 feet with 0.08 inch...
Alliance Sensors Group releases LRL-27 LVIT position sensors
The LRL-27 sensors are designed for factory automation systems and a variety of heavy duty industrial applications such as solar cell positioners,...
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The 16-page brochure overviews the full range of the company's measurement and analytical products, services, and solutions for any industry,...
This book deals with the past, present, and future of flow, sensors, and measurement. It is called The Tao of Measurement because, like the Tao...
This one-of-its-kind book offers a self-study course addressing all the facets of sensor applications including a sensors application guide. This...
WHITE PAPERSin Sensors & Industrial I/O
The DL-300 series are ICP DAS USA’s product line that accurately measures and log concentration data of carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide...
By Omega Engineering
Various load cell types are preferred, relative to the needs of the operational environment. This paper discusses what is the...
This paper summarizes the results of on-going environmental stress reliability testing of FUTEK sensors through various temperature and loading...
CASE STUDIESin Sensors & Industrial I/O
Engineered Composted Systems needed a strong corrosive resistant NEMA 4X enclosure that could survive this environment and protect their RF...
The project involved implementing a SCADA remote control system to connect railway stations, sectioning facilities and substations on the...
Foxconn, a component manufacturer, searched for a precision measurement tool for their production. They turned to Microscan Visionscape to help.
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