HAWKER (Ooltewah, TN) has introduced the LIFEPLUS TC3-W high-frequency smart charger, equipped with wireless capabilities for real-time data collection and monitoring. The TC3 offers four different charge profile options: Ionic—employing periodic current pulses which both identify the battery’s capacity and state of charge,this profile provides the optimal recharge with minimal heating.
Tolomatic (Hamel, MN) has expanded its line of ERD electric rod-style actuators. Enhancements such as ball screws, motor mounts for NEMA, and metric stepper and servo motors make it possible to employ ERD actuators in more types of motion control applications. All three sizes of the ERD are available, with an optional external guide system that prevent rod deflection and rotation during operation.
OHAUS Corporation (Pine Brook, NJ) has launched the Navigator Series of portable scales. The Navigator Series offers sensors for “touchless” operation, fast response time, and overload protection. The touch-free control of tare, zero, print, function, and display backlight helps to minimize touching the keypad, avoiding cross-contamination.
The MiniTest 650 from Gardco (Pompano Beach, FL) is ideal for any measuring task in the finishing industry. Its dual sensor identifies the substrate material and upon contact with the surface, the gage automatically switches to the suitable measuring principle based on the user’s application.
The Wahl C150 On-site Multifunction Calibrator from Palmer Wahl (Asheville, NC) features built in terminals, portable and bench top flexibility, and embedded software. Fully protected with an external anti-shock rubber boot with IP 54 rating, it features five user-selectable languages, 0.
Shat-R-Shield (Salisbury, NC) introduces the Protect-R-Shield, a unique one part, non-yellowing, optically clear silicone elastomer which has been developed for use as a conformal coating on LED printed circuit boards. Protect-R-Shield is a crystal clear encapsulating material that is formulated to offer outstanding insulation performance over a wide range of temperature (-65°C to 200°C).
Fairchild (Winston Salem, NC) has launched the T9000 Series of I/P and E/P transducers for high accuracy and the capability to customize the product for the user’s exact application. The basic T9000 Electro-Pneumatic transducer attains accuracy of 0.5 percent or better and has an LCD display screen with a keypad user interface.
The wireless Ranger system from Commtest (Knoxville, TN) is a machine health information system to monitor and detect faults on industrial machinery. The Ranger system consists of the Ascent software suite and four hardware modules: the Ranger Sensor, Ranger Booster, Ranger Station, and the Ranger Bridge.
Fluke Corporation (Everett, WA) has introduced the Fluke 381 Remote Display True-rms AC/DC Clamp Meter with iFlex, designed to meet every requirement for testing and maintaining electrical systems. The Fluke 381 is a full-featured clamp meter with a detachable wireless display for flexibility and safety.
Meltric Corporation (Franklin, WI) has presented a new product line for electrical equipment powered by direct currents. Meltric’s DSDC Series plugs and receptacles can provide safer connections for direct current applications up to 200 amps at 250VDC, up to 100 amps at 600 VDC, or up to 30 amps at 750 VDC.
FilterSense ’s (Beverly, MA) Liquid Mist Flow Monitors are used to monitor the outlet of all types of mist eliminators for mist carryover and mist filter failure detection. The monitors employ an induction-sensing principle and a probe to ensure high reliability even in harsh environments such as acid mist, oil mist, or water droplets in high pressure pipes.
Rigid Lifelines (Morgantown, PA) has developed a Portable Monorail Fall Arrest System that delivers fixed-path fall protection. Completely portable using a forklift or optional steerable rolling chassis package, the system provides access to many vehicle types while offering fall protection coverage up to 30º off center.
Keytroller, LLC (Tampa, FL) announces the KEYTROLLER LCD601, a new generation LCD access and monitoring system with color. This system maintains OSHA regulations with automated checklists at the start of every shift and tracks scheduled maintenance by date or hour meter reading. It also prevents unauthorized drivers by requiring code input or RFID card reading and senses driver speeds.
The new E4400 flue gas analyzer from E Instruments International (Langhome, PA) is designed for emissions monitoring and the maintenance and tuning of combustion processes. Usable for boiler, engine, and furnace applications, the E4400 offers up to four gas sensors (O2, CO, NO, and NO2 or SO2) and can also measure temperature and pressure.
Fluke (Everett, WA) introduces the ScopeMeter 190 Series II 2-channel handheld portable oscilloscope. The new model combines the capabilities of a 2-channel oscilloscope with a 5,000 count digital multimeter. Safety rated for CAT III 1000 V/CAT IV 600 V environments, the new meter also has an IP51 dust- and dripwater proof rating.
Fluke Electronics (Everett, WA) recently introduced the 481 Radiation Survey Meter for industrial radiation safety. The hand-held radiation device detects skin dose (beta), deep dose (gamma) and x-ray radioactivity. The Fluke 481 can measure radiation on goods, equipment, surfaces or environments—indoors and outdoors.
General Tools & Instruments (New York, NY) has launched the new Energy Audit IR Thermometer/Scanner with Star Burst Laser Targeting, suitable for both commercial and consumer applications. The gun-style device allows the user to designate a set point and determine whether subsequent readings are within or outside selectable ranges.
UE Systems (Elmsford, NY) has independently verified the accuracy of its UE3000 leak detectors to estimate compressed air leak flows. Air Power USA ran head-to-head comparisons of air flow estimates between the UE3000 and their own engineering-based approach to finding leaks, and found that the two approaches came with 5 percent of each other, or within 2 cfm.
Meggitt (Germantown, MD), the maker of Wilcoxon Research accelerometers, has announced improvements to its side exit 4-20 mA vibration sensors, including a reduced size. The PCC421 and PCC423 series are 50 percent lighter and operate at 221°F. Additional connector and mounting options have also been added to the PCC421, such as the traditional MIL-C-5015 connector and the popular M12 connector.
Balluff (Florence, KY) has developed new pressure sensors to combine the advantages of a display, measuring transducer, and pressure switch into a single device. According to the company, there are more than 130 versions available, all with an IP67 housing that rotates 320° and a bright display with easy programming.
OHAUS Corporation (Parsippany, NJ) has announced the Defender 3000 Series of wheeled bench scales, which combine the OHAUS 3000 Series indicator with the Defender “T” wheeled platform. According to the company, the Defender 3000 is designed with an ergonomic platform to allow moving without lifting the scale.
The TechAngle Electronic Torque Wrench from Snap-on Industrial (Kenosha, WI) now comes with a cycle-counting feature to keep track of calibration cycles. The wrench allows users to set the torque value in Newton-meters, foot-pounds, or inch-pounds, and angle of rotation. The cycle counting feature helps users meet the ISO standard 6789:2003, which specifies calibration requirement for torque wrenches at one year or 5,000 cycles.
E Instruments International (Langhorne, PA) has developed the AMI300 indoor air quality monitor for any AIQ application. According to the company, the tool can provide information on CO, CO2, temperature, humidity, air flow and velocity, and more. There are also a number of wireless probes available.
OMEGA Engineering (Stamford, CT) has developed the PXM309 Metric series pressure transducer with a static accuracy of 0.25 percent and a 1 percent total error band (TEB) over a range of -20 to 85°C. All units are supplied with a 5-point NIST traceable calibration certificate. Additional features include: An all-stainless steel construction and solid state internals, which make the PXM309 ideal for most industrial applications.
Fluke (Everett, WA) has developed new thermal imagers specifically for industrial and electrical applications: the Ti27, Ti29, and Ti32. All three imagers have improved thermal sensitivity and spatial resolution, combined with a high-definition display, which helps users make sharper images.