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YOKOGAWA’S EUROPEAN CALIBRATION LABORATORY MEETS NEW ISO17025:2017 STANDARD


revision of ISO 17025:2017 standard, for power measurements at up to 100 kHz. This accreditation offers quantifiable proof of the laboratory’s advanced calibration offering, ensuring users of the facility achieve the world’s most accurate measurement results from their power measurement equipment. The standard ISO/IEC 17025:2017, General requirements for the competence of testing


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and calibration laboratories, enables both Yokogawa’s European Standards Laboratory and its customers to demonstrate that they operate competently and generate valid measurement results, promoting confidence in their work both nationally and around the world. Test reports and certificates can be accepted from one country to another without


the need for further testing. This makes ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration useful for any organisation that performs testing, sampling or calibration and which requires reliable measurement results.


Yokogawa u https://tmi.yokogawa.com/eu/about/precision-makers/


DUK ULTRASONIC FLOWMETER FOR LOW VISCOSITY FLUIDS


ATEX ZONES 1 & 20 MADE EASIER WITH NEW 80 GHZ COMPACT RADAR


is no exception, and heralds a new feature, by offering the first compact radar with an ATEX/IEC certification class ‘by encapsulation’. This means the fully enclosed, ready- cabled, IP68 protected device is suitable for operation, without any barrier required, in Zone 1/Zone 20 hazardous area and cabled back to any standard/safe area SCADA control system, controller, transmitter, telemetry or datalogger.


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Simple solution for many applications It provides a great solution for many applications - for example, monitoring sludge level in sealed vessels or open channel flow in Zone 1 hazardous areas - at remote sites with battery powered telemetry systems - as long as the transmitter/controller equipment is properly sited in a ‘safe area’. Resulting costs and complexity normally associated with barriers, isolators, special cabinets or hybrid electrical designs, are thus removed. The device set up and operational monitoring is done wirelessly via Bluetooth using iOS/Android App or PACTware with a PC, from a convenient, safe area (subject to programming equipment approvals.)


Dual certified and available on-line The units are also dual certified with ATEX/IEC to provide a pan-global classification in the same device, e.g. particularly useful for plant and equipment manufacturers who ex- port their goods. As usual, there is a separate option for Zone 0 EX ‘ia’ versions with in- trinsic safety where required. VEGA always recommend that you consult with accredited experts regarding any hazardous area applications. Information, pricing, specifications and more detail on this certification and others, can be found under the section for VEGA- PULS C21, C22, C23 radar sensors at vega.com/uk.


VEGAPULS C22 15m range sensor, with sealed lateral cable entry, ideal for confined spaces. This ATEX IEC Zone 1/20 compact 80 GHz radar level device has a threaded mounting for easy installation to measure liquids or solids.


VEGA u info.uk@vega.com u www.vega.com/uk


EGA have always developed their sensors with approvals for use in hazardous areas. The new 80 GHz compact series designed for the water and environmental industry


How it works… Bidirectionally transmitted ultrasonic waves provide precise results of volume flow as the result of their transit time difference. The units can be installed in any position and measuring ranges of 1:250 are covered.


Features • Measuring ranges from 0.08…20 l/min to 2.5…630 l/min • Max. 90 °C process temperature • Max. 16 bar process pressure • ½” to 3" as G and NPT threads • Horizontal or vertical installation


Kobold Instruments u 01623 427701 u https://www.kobold.com/en


TOUCHLESS TOUCH SCREENS – “UNTACT” INDUSTRIAL TFT LCD MONITORS


touch monitors have been designed to keep users safe from potentially harmful bacteria (COVID-19) and are ideal for a host of multi-user HMI applications. Using the latest infrared touch technology users are protected from cross contamination as the touch registers a finger, gloved finger, or artificial pointing device 5~25mm away from the display’s surface. Two built-in touch haptics “light” and “sound” plus one external haptic (loaded onto your hard drive) “visual” ensure users understand their touch been registered. There are currently five sizes available 21.5”, 27.0”, 32.0”, 43” & 55” all in the 16:9


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format and all with a 1920x1080 resolution, plus ultra-wide viewing angles of 178° on both the horizontal and vertical axis allow for the monitors to be mounted in both landscape and portrait orientations without the loss of image quality and colour.


Craft Data Limited u 01296 332000 u www.craftdata.co.uk/colour-tft-lcd/untact-touch-monitors- contactless-touch-screen


raft Data’s new hygienic range of industrial touchless (contactless)


okogawa’s European Calibration Laboratory has achieved accreditation to the latest


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November 2020 Instrumentation Monthly


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