Sierra introduces Smart-Trak 2 flow meters and controllers
Expanded Functionality of Smart-Trak 2 Includes:
Ideal for OEM, industry, or research applications, it builds upon the performance and user-friendliness end-users came to expect with the original Smart-Trak. Smart Trak 2 provides the most advanced linear sensor available, smoother valve performance, more robust electronics and more control over a wide range of functions.
With its advanced capabilities, the Compod, coupled with Sierras Smart-Trak Model100 mass flow meters or controllers, greatly simplifies basic flow control installations and permits networking of multiple instruments using open-source MODBUS RTU protocol.
By adding the Compod module to a new or existing Smart-Trak, end users can take complete control of gas mixing and blending, batch control, leak testing and process monitoring.
Turck toughens Foundation Fieldbus And Profibus PA cables
Tough fieldbus cables carry UL listings for Exposed Run (ER) and Direct Burial (DB), providing excellent crush and impact resistance.
Beckhoff adds AM801x and AM811x servomotors
These two models have a flange size F1 with a 40 mm edge length and EtherCAT.
Yokogawa updates ProSafe-RS SIS for operator monitoring
ProSafe-RS SIS operators can now monitor the status of a ProSafe-SLS SIS from a CENTUM VP window.
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Antaira Technologies announces APR-3100N Wireless Router
APR-3100N router offers VPN tunneling as well as IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless connectivity.
Gems Introduces sensor catalog App
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