Leuze electronic presents the world’s first data transmission photoelectric sensor for location-independent remote diagnosis
With the world’s first data transmission photoelectric sensor, the DDLS 500, which makes location-independent remote diagnostics possible thanks to an integrated web server, Leuze electronic sets new standards in terms of performance and transparency.
Bifolds patented unique volume and filter booster range in 316L stainless steel provides up to 500% higher flow than the market equivalents.
BPE has strengthened its team in the North West with the appointment of Fiona Smith at its Daresbury base.
BPE opened the doors to its second office, at Daresbury Innovation Centre, last year. A welcome reception from local manufacturers, particularly those in the chemicals sector, has seen demand for the company’s services grow and Fiona has been appointed to lead process engineering projects.
NEIL GALLANT, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF NEUTRONIC TECHNOLOGIES
Exhibitor bookings are now being taken for BULKEX17, the annual conference of the Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA).
RED Engineering has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation in recognition of its ground-breaking approach to designing and delivering complex engineering challenges.
FLIR Systems has announced the launch of the FLIR ETS320 thermal imaging solution for electronics testing in engineering benchtop environments. As the first FLIR camera designed specifically for benchtop work in testing and analyzing the thermal characteristics of electronic components and printed circuit boards (PCBs), the FLIR ETS320 aims to advance testing and diagnosis accuracy in the electronics industry.
Specialised Imaging announces the Trackerlite – a new entry level system designed to enable small test ranges, sport science and university researchers to better understand the flight behaviour of fast moving objects.
Titan Enterprises has introduced a new version of its popular 800 series turbine flow meter that enables integration with battery powered or portable equipment.
A new research partnership has been launched which will see university engineers working alongside a leading satellite technology company to develop a pioneering new radar system.
The turnover of the SCHURTER Group grew by 3.5 % to CHF 198.2 million in 2016. The Lucerne-based family company with actually 22 subsidiaries, achieved a cash flow of 9.0 % and a profit after tax of 4.2 % of sales.
With the negative impact of the strong Swiss franc, the SCHURTER Group was still struggling in 2016. However, the countermeasures introduced at an early stage showed their effect: bottom reached but not yet fully crossed. However, the signs are positive.
Uniqsis Ltd has introduced Flow-UV™ – an affordable in-line UV-Visible spectrophotometric detector for flow chemistry applications.
Designed for use with almost any commercial flow chemistry system – the compact Flow-UV™ detector (18 x18 x 17cm) fits conveniently into even crowded fume cupboards. Using the UV-visible absorbance data from a Flow-UV™ detector allows dispersion experiments to be monitored in real time and enables product collection to be controlled according to the onset and decline of steady state conditions.
Knowing how your premises and your industrial plant & equipment will cope in a disaster from a fire, flooding, power loss or system breakdown is incredibly important. Here Russ Baker, UK Sales Director of the hire division at leading temperature control specialist ICS Cool Energy, sets out the five key steps that will help you survive a crisis.
The IPC Hand Soldering Competition supported by Advanced Rework Technology will be running on both days of What’s New in Electronics Live at The NEC from 9th – 10th May – www.wnie.co.uk/live
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Bearing specialist, Bowman International, has announced the acquisition of Midlands-based John Handley Bearings Ltd.
Committed to growing the John Handley name under the umbrella of its own brand, Bowman will work closely with the highly-experienced John Handley team to improve stock availability for its three key technical partners; Thomson Industries, Cooper Bearings and NSK Linear.
At Interpack 2017, Baumüller will introduce complete solution packages and industry- – specific components
High hygiene standards, difficult ambient conditions or extreme demands on machines and systems: Baumüller offers the right drive and automatization solution for every application. From a drive with an aseptic surface for transport tasks in the food sector to compact local drive technology for minimum wiring effort. At Interpack from May 04-10, 2017, Baumüller will present systems, components and services as well as its latest developments in food and packaging in hall 15 at stand E34.
The vision industry has provided excellent support for the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition which will take place on 27th April 2017 at Arena MK. The exhibition will feature 56 companies, showing some of the latest vision technology available. Arranged in the centre of the hall with the Conference presentation theatres located around the periphery, the exhibition provides easy access for visitors throughout the entire day, whenever they are not attending any seminars.
Ideal Power Ltd would like to make you aware of the most recent changes within the dynamic regulatory environment of electronics, which could effect you.
As of 5th March 2017, EN 55032:2012, the standard for Electromagnetic compatibility of multimedia equipment – Emission requirements, came into force affecting the 1999/5/EC, 2004/108/EC, 2014/30/EU, 2014/53/EU Directives. This new standard redefines and updates the criteria for certain electrical products that have to meet the above listed directives.
HARTING’s “smart” Han-Modular® ID connector module enables Industry 4.0 machinery production process improvements
HARTING is expanding its range of so-called “smart” connectors which can provide identification of key machine components or functional control elements and are also increasingly being deployed for machinery predictive maintenance. Communication can be performed using inexpensive bidirectional systems like the I2C bus, as well as standardised bus systems such as CAN Bus.
Following on from the already established I2C ID module, the new CAN ID module is the latest product in the smart Han® series. Implementation as a Han-Modular® module ensures that identification is flexibly integrated into interfaces which comprehensively supply machines with power, data and signals, in the most optimum space-saving manner possible.