The Wireless True RMS Clamp Meter/Data Logging System (Model CMR35) from General Tools & Instruments (New York, NY) improves safety while increasing utility and reducing labor costs. With its ability to remotely monitor multiple voltage/current inputs at once, the system is designed for use by industrial MRO professionals.
Glacier Computer (New Milford, CT) has added the T507K, a seven inch rugged tablet, to their existing product line of vehicles and fixed mount terminals, handhelds, and wearable rugged computers. The T507K offers a sunlight readable seven inch touch screen and is drop tested six feet to concrete.
Henkel Corporation (Rocky Hill, CN) has updated and reintroduced its Loctite Design Guide for bonding plastics to simplify the challenge of determining the most effective adhesive/plastic bonding combinations. An informational resource for anyone looking to bond plastics, this completely updated 96-page guide provides detailed technical information on the seven leading adhesive technologies that effectively bond the 30 most common plastic substrates.
Pentair Technical Products (Anoka, MN) has announced Schroff 40G backplanes for AdvancedTCA. The backplanes provide higher data transfer rates to support next-generation processing requirements and meet growing customer demand for higher data throughput, without increasing costs. Made from improved FR4 material, the backplanes support the most current high-speed data transfer rates.
Aget Manufacturing Company (Adrian, MI) has launched a new website, www.agetmfg.com , with easy to navigate features for finding product information quickly. Photos, line drawings with extensive dimensional data, and technical information are provided for each product. All Aget products are accessible from each site category, allowing users to continuously narrow their search for a particular product.
American Technical Publishers (Orland Park, IL) has released their new textbook, Electrical Systems for Facilities Maintenance Personnel by Glen A. Mazure. Providing a detailed overview of facility electrical equipment and systems, this text is a comprehensive resource for facilities maintenance personnel.
EMS Global Resource Management (Norcross, GA) has announced that the LXE Marathon field computer has been tested and certified for use in the field with Datamax O’Neil’s line of rugged portable printers. In communication certification tests, the Marathon Field Computer connected wirelessly via Bluetooth or 802.
Prosoft Technology (Bakersfield, CA) has announced the new Smart Switch feature, supported in the RadioLinx Industrial Frequency Hopping Ethernet Radios for the 2.4 GHz and 900 MHz spectrums. With Smart Switch technology, the Ethernet radios are able to route packets over the network, managing the wireless network like a standard Ethernet switch, and creating peer-to-peer wireless Ethernet communication.
Infor (Alpharetta, GA) has developed new functionality for its leading asset management solution, Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) 8.5. These enhancements allow users to be more effective in managing their assets: Graphical Scheduling Planning Board—a streamlined, graphical process to schedule resources with advanced filtering across multiple weeks.
FaciliWorks 8i CMMS/EAM software from CyberMetrics (Phoenix, AZ) is now available in the cloud. FaciliWorks 8i can help reduce maintenance costs, improve productivity, and eliminate time and money spent on software maintenance. This software can, Track and coordinate assets, preventative maintenance schedules, personnel, tools, parts, procedures, budgets, suppliers and purchasing.
The 4SIGHT Yard and Dock Management System from 4Front Engineered Solutions (Carrollton, TX) combines RFID and GPS technology to increase productivity in loading docks and yards. Designed to alleviate bottlenecks in the dock and yard areas, 4SIGHT enables facility managers to effectively schedule and facilitate loading and unloading at various dock positions.
The Sprite Roamer™ Intensive Care Unit (ICU) from Azima DLI (Woburn, MA) is a portable, online monitoring system. Typically used by facilities with no online monitoring system that need more than monthly data collection, the system is also used on problematic machines to gather frequent, consistent data.
Bigfoot CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) from Smartware Group (Center Harbor, NH) is a web-based solution to improve facility and equipment maintenance operations. Features include preventative and predictive maintenance scheduling, equipment history tracking and reporting, and asset life cycle and parts inventory managing.
Acumatica with JAAS Systems (Bethesda, MD) has launched a fully integrated manufacturing, distribution, and accounting solution on the Windows Azure Cloud. Companies can use it to manage sales, inventory, material plans, and master production schedules from a web-browser from any location.
Reliability Center Inc. (Hopewell, VA) has released PROACTOnDemand, a software-as-a-service version of its PROACT RCA Software application. PROACTOnDemand is designed to identify an organization’s most significant annual losses and then supplies the knowledge and tools to identify all the causes of any undesirable event.
Visual Workplace, Inc. (Byron Center, MI) introduces SHADOW-Mark, a method to designate specific locations for each item in the workplace. Users trace the item, cut it out, peel the backing, and place the SHADOW-Mark in the desired location. It is available in six colors in 12.25 in. x 15 ft.
Wasp Barcode Technologies (Plano TX) recently launched Wasp Inventory Control v6. The updated inventory software features real-time visibility of stock levels, locations and inventory access, and enables SMBs to instantly update inventory. The new software comes with free, unlimited technical support and getting started training.
Flexcon Container, Inc (Springfield, NJ) announces a new site designed to give plastic containers and pallets a second life, www.usedcontainersandpallets.com . The website allows anyone who has containers or pallets that are no longer needed to list their items on the site. Buyers can search used or overstock product from the same site.
Wasp Barcode Technologies (Plano, TX) has announced the launch of Wasp Inventory Control v6, which is an updated version of the inventory software that features real-time visibility of stock levels, locations, and inventory access. In addition, it allows SMBs to instantly update inventory data using an 802.
Librestream (Winnipeg, MB, Canada) has created a mobile collaboration system called Onsight, which allows users to take video collaboration onto the plant floor or to a supplier location. Using the system, users can receive live video and audio, and share feedback to assess operations and resolve issues quickly.
Autoquip Corporation (Guthrie, OK) has introduced a new website to showcase its lines of lift tables, VRCs, dock, and custom lifts, along with product specifications, manuals, case studies, and FAQs. The new site was designed to address customer needs with custom lift experience and capability, according to the company.
The i-Safe 3.0 Intelligent Safety System from Capital Safety (Red Wind, MN) is a significant upgrade to the existing i-Safe 2.0 system, which was the first RFID system dedicated to fall protection equipment and inspection tracking. The upgraded suite now offers four software options that allow a company to decide if they want Capital Safety to host their data or manage it themselves.
Make the most of real-time production floor information by providing ERP links to the shop floor, bridging the gap between the management team and the shop floor.
Cognex Corporation (Natick, MA) has released a new version of In-Sight Explorer, which now includes an all-in-one surface inspection tool, and all-in-one bead width and position tool, and a robust ID tool that reads multiple codes at one time. The new Flexible Flaw Detection (FFD) edge and surface inspection tool works for both color and grayscale applications.
SKF (San Diego, CA) has introduced the Microlog Inspector, which provides the ability to manage workflow and data collection within and between different plant disciplines (operations, maintenance, safety, inspections, etc.), all within one mobile product. The Inspector can wirelessly connect to a central server, downloading the latest routes and uploading collected data.