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SENSORS & SENSING SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION


New cost effective and flexible ETP temperature sensor range


thermistor. To suit the broadest range of industrial, automotive and scientific applications for precision temperature measurement, four basic packaged design types are available that each offers a choice of options. The four designs conveniently mount the industry standard thermistor in a choice of Ø 4 mm PTFE or Ø 5 mm brass housings, ring terminal probes, or hexagonal head bolts. Within each packaged design, a standard off-the-shelf stock version is available with a 10K3 sensor fitted and the comprehensive list of optional features offered for each type include; housing diameter and length for the cylindrical probes, ring terminal mount diameter/size, and metric thread size for the hexagonal bolt version. The leadwire length for all types is similarly specifiable. Furthermore, thanks to Variohm’s UK based in-house design and manufacturing capability, fully customised versions of the ETP range are available.


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Variohm EuroSensor Tel: 01327 351004 Web: www.variohm.com


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ariohm EuroSensor has released its new ETP range of temperature probes based on a MEAS


n 30th November 2012 OEM Automatic Ltd acquired 100% of the shares in Datasensor (UK) Ltd who are the UK distributor for Datalogic sensors and safety products. The business and assets have thereafter been immediately transferred from Datasensor (UK) to OEM Automatic Ltd at their Leicester address and as a result from 1st December 2012 all products previously supplied by Datasensor (UK) should be ordered from OEM Automatic Ltd. OEM Automatic has companies throughout Europe and is particularly strong in the Scandinavian market where they have successfully represented Datalogic for some years now and this acquisition is seen as a natural development of their UK business. The management of Datalogic in Italy are fully behind this initiative and see OEM Automatic Ltd as a company whose financial strength, complementary product range and long experience in the UK market make them an ideal partner to work with in the future.


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Datalogic offer a comprehensive and complete


range of cutting edge products for automation. Typically in the following sectors:


• Automotive • Pharmaceutical • Food and beverage • Electronics and solar • Special purpose machines • Transportation and logistics


OEM AUTOMATIC LTD. Tel: 0116 284 9900 TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION


Wandsworth launches sleek penthouse range


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ioneer of the flat plate wiring accessory, The Wandsworth Group, has made sockets and switches sleeker than ever with the launch of its Penthouse range of screw-less, flush-fitting plates. Engineered to remove the need for the plastic grids or intermediary sections usually required for screw-less plates, products in the


Wandsworth Penthouse range fit directly to a metal grid via a patented clip and bush system. This holds them neatly and discretely to the wall, enabling a flush-mounted and screw-less finish while providing a secure and robust mounting method that is hidden from view. Designed for use with Wandsworth’s interchangeable, grid mounting, modular switches, sockets and interiors, the Penthouse range is currently available in a variety of high quality Brass based finishes including Polished Brass, Satin Nickel and Antique Bronze. The company provides a bespoke manufacturing service, creating plates to customer specification and the Penthouse range will also be made available in a variety of special sized plates for custom arrangement of sockets, switches and modules to create a cohesive look and feel.


The Wandsworth Group Tel: 01483 713400 Web: www.wandsworthgroup.com


to integrate with CANopen, supporting SAE-J1939 or DeviceNet, with protocol-specific functions being implemented using an application program on the many WAGO Series 750 controllers. The 750-658 CAN I/O module adjusts to baud rates between 20 kbit/s to 1 Mbit/s using automatic bit rate detection. A fixed transmission rate can also be set. Using six configurable filters for input telegrams, CAN messages can be filtered by means of identifier formats 2.0A (11-bit identifier) and 2.0B (29-bit identifier). The CAN I/O module can be used in three operating modes: sniffer mode, transparent mode or mapped mode. This maximises the implementation of CAN into major fieldbus protocols with WAGO-I/O- SYSTEM 750 for building factory or process automation.


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his unique range of robust, sealed enclosures are tough enough to withstand harsh weather conditions, with a temperature rating of –20ºC to +85ºC.


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AGO's new CAN I/O module supports CAN Layer 2, making it extremely flexible at the field level. This module can be configured


submersion to 1m depth, this versatile range of enclosures has integrated moulded seals and threaded knock-outs that can be pushed out for use with M20 size cable glands. The captive lid screws are corrosion resistant plastic for increased torque and insulation. They are sealed up to IP67, flame retardant ABS UL94-HB and with 4 x PCB M3 self- tapping mounting feet.


Complete with 2 x M20


threaded and 1 x M20 non-threaded knockouts, plus 8 x vertical PCB mounting slots. They are available in black or grey, with the option of a transparent lid. Accessories include cable glands, flange wall brackets and DIN rail brackets.


Evatron Plastic Enclosures Ltd. Tel: 01908 675121 Web: www.evatron.com


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New IP67 Enclosures


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