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HBM announces its latest free webinar; ‘Everything you should know about Aircraft Structural Testing’, which will take place on June 27 2017 at 9am (GMT).
HBM announces the arrival of its new digital T12HP Torque Transducer, which dramatically reduces set up times and optimises testing.
As part of its involvement in the Bloodhound Project, HBM contributed its MGCplus data acquisition system for test & measurement tasks on the vehicle.
HBM – a market leader in the field of test and measurement – has announced the dates for its latest series of free webinars, which take place on 13–14 June 2016.
HBM has expanded its range of PACEline piezoelectric force sensors to meet the demand for reliable force measurements at high, ambient temperatures.
HBM's new FIT5A digital load cell meets the needs of demanding applications that demand high processing speeds and precision.
HBM's new U10 force transducer can be used to measure static and dynamic tensile and compressive forces.
HBM has added the flexible MX460B four channel digital pulse and frequency module to its QuantumX measuring amplifier system.
Suitable for use in harsh environments, the latest additions includes the MX840B-R and SomatXR MX411B-R amplifiers and the SomatXR MX471B-R CAN module.
The new Z16A tension load cell from HBM is suitable for weighing suspended loads in industrial applications that demand a high degree of accuracy and speed.
HBM has introduced a technology platform for engine testing that offers noise-free measurement and precise process control.
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.