Detector Electronics introduces NTMOS H2S gas detector
Third-party tested to ISA-92.0.01, the NTMOS H2S gas sensor detects hydrogen sulfide in conditions that harm electrochemical and standard MOS sensors. The sensor is packaged in a rugged housing, protected by a sintered stainless steel flame arrestor, and can be installed in Class I, Division 1 locations. The NTMOS gas sensor can be installed as a stand-alone sensor or combined with a display for local indication.
TT Electronics releases ULWP2R range of fusible wirewound resistors
Supplied in tape and reel packaging, ULWP2R range is designed for minimal footprint designs that require flameproof components for automated...
Falcon Electric introduces SC series tower models of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS)
Falcon’s SC UPS models incorporate several important features including advanced digital signal processors (DSPs), surface mount device (SMD)...
Fluke introduces 5128A RHapid-Cal Humidity Generator
The 5128A is designed for corporate and independent calibration labs where humidity measurement is critical to prevent spoilage of products,...
Turck introduces IO-Link capable Uprox3 sensors
Turck is initially offering four variants of Uprox3 IO-Link: an M12, M18 and M30 barrel style, all in a chrome brass housing, as well as...
Kaspersky Lab announces Kaspersky Industrial Cybersecurity for Energy security package
Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity (KICS) for Energy is dedicated to helping energy companies secure every layer of their industrial...
The Cost of Functional Safety for Food Processing
By Jorgen Saxeryd, ABB
In 2014 in the UK, a large food manufacturer had to pay a £800,000 fine after a serious industrial accident. This article...
Rockwell Automation to focus on digital transformation and Industrial IoT at Hannover Messe 2017
Rockwell Automation will be showcasing the technologies, solutions and services that can help companies successfully and securely take advantage of...
Okuma announces case study video for CNC process simplification
The video shows how Okuma distributor Gosiger went into the control and created a GUI interface so the Moser operators don’t even see the OSP...
Festo partners with AWC to reach customers in Southern US
Festo named AWC to distribute process automation products in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas.
Yokogawa of America announces Shuji Mori as CEO
In the role of CEO, Mr. Mori will be responsible for all day-to-day business operations in North America. Mr. Mori began his career as an engineer,...