Kistler's new Digital Transducer Interface (DTI) technology, a single end-to-end bus wiring system, is all that is required to take the measurement signal from every sensor to the data recorder.
A test installation at a CNC lathe has demonstrated that Rittal Blue e+ chillers significantly reduce energy consumption while also being simple and easy to use.
Temperature measurement has been made easy with the Thermapen IR infrared thermometer with foldaway probe.
Highland Technology has introduced the P545, a 12-channel benchtop synchro/LVDT simulation/acquisition module.
National Instruments (NI) has selected Danisense products as its preferred current measurement sensor family for use with its RM-26999 4-channel power measurements conditioner.
Pico announces its first ever fully supported software package for the popular and inexpensive single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi.
Chell Instruments has updated its nanoDAQ-LTR range with the nanoDAQ-LTR-64 channel.
AA technicians are trialling a new Panasonic heat sensing technology to help get customers back on the road faster. The latest thermal imaging camera in their rugged Panasonic tablets helps the technicians spot heat-related problems such as brake, cooling and electrical issues by simply pointing the device at the vehicles. “It’s like giving our technicians a new superpower,” said Keith Miller, the AA National Technical Manager. “It’s much faster and safer than traditional methods.”
HBM is running a range of webinars during June, to help engineers keep up to date with the latest changes in technology and get the most from their tools.