When a UK subsidiary of a multinational food and beverage equipment manufacturer looked to upgrade and simplify an automated dough thickness adjustment option across its range of biscuit baking machinery, they turned to Positek Limited and its P103 series LIPS® short-stroke linear position sensor to provide precise measurement of the gauge roller gap position.
The first hygienic pressure sensors on the market with a G 1/2 fitting, products in the new PM15 range from ifm electronic provide a convenient and dependable solution to the problem of measuring pressure in small pipes,...
Tekscan, Inc., is pleased to introduce PM64™, a new customizable pressure mapping scanning electronics module with an incremental pricing model that supports a large-scale deployment for high-volume users and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
Delta-T Devices’s SPN1 Sunshine Pyranometer is amongst instruments being used on a one-year long expedition to the Central Arctic.
Visualize a handheld electronic device capable of softening and deforming when attached to the skin. This could very well be the future of electronics.
Carrying out reliable pressure tests within confined areas, such as gearboxes or coolant systems, is now a much simpler process for engineers with the launch of HBM’s miniature pressure transducer series - P60.
Researchers predict that in the years to come, electronically active garments integrated with portable, unobtrusive devices to monitor respiratory rhythm and heart rate while asleep, for instance, will be clinically useful in health care.
A new, flexible pressure sensor designed by researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) is believed to have a wider range of applicability.
AMETEK Sensors, Test and Calibration (STC) introduces the intrinsically safe HPC50 handheld pressure calibrator, with high accuracy and ease of use for process control applications in the oil and gas industries. The new pressure calibrator is part of the company’s Crystal line of pressure products.
For some time the research and development team at sensor manufacturer Kaufbeurer Mikrosysteme Wiedemann (KMW) has been working on the measurement of pressure in hydrogen.