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HBM's Perception 6.60 has been upgraded to make adjustments for individual user requirements. It also features the patented StatStream technology that can process 100GB within ten seconds.
New from HBM is an eight channel universal MX840B DAQ amplifier, which supports the company's QuantumX data acquisition system.
HBM's new FIT7A digital load cell features class C4 accuracy and is capable of performing 180 weight measuring cycles per minute.
Taking place on May 18-20 at The Woodland Grange Conference Centre in Leamington Spa, this three day course is about the fundamentals of strain gauge installation on plastics/fibre reinforced composites.
HBM has expanded its range of IP68 rated force measurement products to meet requirements for high accuracy and resilience in tough operating environments.
New from HBM is the GEN7i transient recorder and data acquisition system, plus a range of strain gauges ready-made to the required cable length.
HBM has introduced the SomatXR measuring amplifier for mobile data acquisition testing in extreme and very demanding environmental conditions.
HBM has introduced the C10 SG-based compressive force transducer with a radial-symmetrical design making it insensitive to external influences for highly accurate measurements.
HBM has launched the Genesis HighspeedGEN3t data acquisition device as portable or control cabinet versions aimed primarily at test bench applications.
HBM has released three new products: a DIAdem driver for test bench measurement applications; a new piezoelectric charge amplifier, and upgraded versions of its U9C and C9C miniature force transducers.
New from HBM is an improved version of its CMD600-P digital charge amplifier that now features IP65 protection for challenging industrial environments.
HBM's PX460 plug-in measuring card (illustrated) enables torque transducers to be fully integrated in its PMX industrial measuring amplifier by giving dynamic and precise measurements of frequency, pulse, speed, angle of rotation and torque.
The popularity of HBM’s free on-line webinars has led to a further three being made available on successive days in the latter part of June.
HBM has expanded its QuantumX modular data acquisition platform with the MX403B module to provide high-precision measurement of up to 1,000 Volts.
HBM On Tour 2014 – a series of technical seminars and workshops – is being held at the Williams Conference Centre in Oxfordshire June 11 and 12.