Tek Know has released the latest 4-20 mA loop calibrator.
National Instruments has announced LabVIEW 7 Express, a major upgrade to the entire family of LabVIEW graphical development products.
Land Instruments has released a thermal imaging system which is suitable for applications from sophisticated thermal machine vision systems to a diagnostic instrument.
Pilz has introduced an electronic two-handed control device for type IIIC in accordance with EN574.
The 1591 range of small plastic enclosures is now available with flanged lids, providing an easy method of securing the unit to walls or bulkheads.
Turck has announced a dual mode version of its levelprox.
Mercoid has released the series SBLT Submersible Level Transmitter, designed for groundwater and well monitoring.
Omron Electronics has developed a series of compact PLC training consoles based around the CJ1M series CPUs.
The microprocessor-based HMP230 are versatile easy-to-use transmitters for demanding industrial and air conditioning applications.
Control Components has introduced the Detector line of micropower impulse radar (MIR) liquid level sensors. Gems Detector MIR sensors are now available in two series: MIR-800 Series sensors feature solid waveguide rods, while the MIR-900 Series sensors feature fully encapsulated, flexible rods.
Yokogawa Electric has announced the release of the DAQSTATION CX1000/CX2000 Style 3. This is an upgrade to the DAQSTATION CX Series control and measurement systems.
The KPC-157 is specially designed for use in a wide range of industries and applications such as kiosk systems, industrial control and automation, public information, home automation, gaming machines, ATMs, education, restaurant ordering, office and medical care equipment.
Ecotech has announced the release of the American Sigma AC powered 8300 closed pipe flowmeter.
Teralba Industries has released a range of Mixquip portable agitators and mixers specifically designed for blending and mixing fluids in drums and small tanks.
The TBOX supports simultaneous communications. The system's real-time and logged data is accessible through various modems such as dial up, GSM/GPRS, radio, leased line, or other communications links such as ethernet TCP/IP, fibre optic, RS232 and RS485. Alarm conditions generated by the monitored process are distributed to a list of recipients in the form of mobile phone SMS messages or email message.