A magnetic temperature probe continuously measures and displays actual temperature, while a stand-by feature permits holding temperature at a pre-set level for an indefinite time.
The HeatSeeker™ incorporates an auto hot/cold tracker, a new technology that automatically pinpoints the hottest and coldest temperatures within a single screen by highlighting both with dual cursors.
The SniffIT Digital® series of leak detectors will first be released in two versions: The SniffIT X1 Pro & Lite for detecting helium and hydrogen, and the SniffIT X3 Pro & Lite for refrigerant gases.
The Model X40 NEMA 4X version alarm and control system has received CE Mark approval and now complies with European Union health and safety requirements.
LUDECA is bringing Precision Laser Alignment to Pennsylvania and New York with their 1-day Machinery Alignment Seminar. This workshop will cover how to Monitor and Measure Thermal Growth, Measure Multi-Coupling Trains as well as Alignment of Bores of Compressors, Engines and Pumps.
A new display unit with a 6.5-inch touch screen with video game style realistic graphics includes a completely redesigned set of transmitter/detectors.
The Model DM-100 low power gas detector recently received CE Mark certification to ensure compliance with European Union health and safety requirements.
Durable barcode labels attached to hose assemblies and related products have made identifying and acquiring products faster, easier, and more accurate than ever before, says the company.
The SM5 Tension Meter is designed to measure the frequency (Hz) of all belt types, regardless of the belting and tension member material.
The SafeLock™ protects the load cell from accidental overload during shipment and installation and ensures proper mounting alignment for the best possible performance and reliability.
The GF135's rate-of-decay flow measurement and advanced diagnostic capabilities verifies accuracy, check valve leak-by, and monitor sensor drift without stopping production of wafers, says the company.
SPM Leonova® Diamond is a portable instrument designed for rough industrial environments and utilizes carbon fiber re-enforced housing.
The Easy-Laser® E420 sets a new standard in entry level laser systems for shaft alignment, says the company.
The 61-685 Infrared (IR) Thermometer provides a non-contact way to capture the surface temperature of mechanical equipment, electrical breakers, and building systems from a distance, allowing preventive diagnostics to be performed while machinery and circuits are in operation, says the company.
Unlike other vacuum gauges, the testo 552 requires no cleaning, nor is it susceptible to contamination from oils, says the company.
The HOBO UX100 Series is a next-generation family of data loggers for tracking temperature and relative humidity in indoor environments.
The FluidScan Q1100 handheld infrared oil analyzer enables users to determine when oil is no longer fit for use due to liquid contamination or degradation, says the company.
Designed for all DirectLOGIC DL05 or DL06 PLCs, the H0-CTRIO2 module offers flexibility for applications requiring precise counting or timing, based on an input event or high-speed control output.
The 8-Channel Model DL-1080 (no display) and DL-1081 (with display) are versatile, powerful, and cost effective data loggers handling analog, digital, and other types of variables with high resolution and speed, says the company.
The Ventis Slide-on Pump (Model VSP), available in black or safety orange, allows for convenient sampling of up to 50 feet in a wide range of applications, says the company.
Designed for easy deployment in tight machine vision locations, AX5sc cameras are available in a variety of pixel resolutions from 80×64 and 160×128 up to 320×256.
The YHC5150X is a simple, user friendly HART® communicator that allows all HART® field devices to be configured, polled, and trimmed utilizing a Windows Embedded CETM based system for faster processing and greater storage capacity, says the company.
The gauges feature a sampling rate of 2,000 Hz, producing accurate results under a wide range of test conditions, says the company.
The sensors measure the amount of infrared energy emitted by an object’s surface, then convert this signal into a temperature value between 200 and 4500 degrees F.
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