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DETECTING LEAKS FROM ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT BREAKERS


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BVM EXPANDS ITS' RANGE OF LCDS AND TOUCH SCREENS


need a display; whether that’s the need to simply read & understand data output or providing a means of interaction (HMI) for the control and interrogation of parameters. The expanded range covers screen sizes from 5" to 24" LCD and a choice of resistive


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or capacitive touch screen. BVM


u01489 780144 u www.bvm-store.com


PHOTOELECTRIC MINI-SENSORS WITH BACKGROUND SUPPRESSION


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he series BOS Q08M and BOS R01E series photoelectric mini-sensors with their small,


bright light spot are used for reliable object detection in many areas of application. Through- beam, retroreflective and diffuse sensors have long been part of the Balluff portfolio. What's new are versions with highly effective HGA background suppression. The various models in rugged metal housings


have side or front mounted optics for extreme flexibility. The highly visible, clearly defined red light spot makes sensor alignment and startup easier. The versions with fixed range settings are ready


to use as soon as they are installed. With the IO-Link versions the use can simply and precisely set the range and hysteresis so that cumbersome adjusting of the sensor-object distance is eliminated. In addition, these IO-Link sensors provide information such as diagnostics data and number of operating hours. All of this provides true added value for modern production facilities.


Balluff Ltd u 01606 8127-42 u www.balluff.com


MEET THE WORLD’S FIRST HAND HELD FULLY AUTOMATED PRESSURE CONTROLLER


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ith the release of the Additel 760 there is finally a portable automated pressure calibrator which can be held in the


palm of your hand. Features include: · Pressure ranges from +0.62 mbar to 20 bar.


· Fully automatic calibrator with built-in pump and controller.


· Switchable internal pressure models for expandable ranges.


· Accuracy (1 year) of 0.02%FS.


· External pressure modules available (measure only).


· Less than 4 lbs (1.8 kg) for handheld operation. · Source pressure, measure pressure and electrical.


· The ADT 760’s innovative design contains a built-in pump, precision pressure sensor, internal controller and a large touch-screen colour display.


· USB, WI-FI and Bluetooth Communications.


Each unit has four channels: one internal pressure channel for source and measure pressures, two external pressure measurement channels, and one electronic measure and source channel.


Chamois 66 u 01926 812066 u www.chamois.net


ere at BVM we have 30 years experience in configuring and customising embedded PC solutions. BVM realise that our standard and custom IPC solutions will frequently


LIR Systems has published a new application spotlight that addresses


the challenge that electrical power stations face in detecting gas leaks from their Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) circuit breakers. Sulfur hexafluoride circuit breakers


protect electrical power stations and distribution systems by interrupting electric currents, when tripped by a protective relay. Advantages of sulfur hexafluoride circuit breakers over other media include lower operating noise, no emission of hot gases, and relatively low maintenance. The longer a leak from a SF6 circuit breaker is left undetected and not repaired, the


more revenue is lost, and the greater the carbon footprint on the environment from the electrical power station. Consequently, it is crucial to rapidly locate SF6 circuit breaker leaks to minimize downtime and revenue loss. Using traditional leak detection methods such as gas sniffers or soap bubbles this is not always possible as they require close access to or even shutdown of the electrical power plant.


FLIR Systems u +32-3665-5100 u www.FLIR.com


S505 HANDHELD TESTER FROM SUTO-ITEC GMBH AND MEASURE MONITOR CONTROL


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n-site compressed air pressure dew point monitoring is now accurate and easy with


the S505 handheld tester from SUTO-iTEC GmbH and Measure Monitor Control. Read the results straight from the screen: the S505 measures pressure dew point directly through internal pressure and dew point sensors, removing the need for calculations or correlating readings, saving time for more tests. Measuring is faster too. The dedicated measuring


chamber allows the sensor to be isolated while not in use, meaning no more waiting forever for readings to stabilise. This handheld tester features interchangeable sensor


modules for low -100 … -30°C or high -50 … +20°C ranges with easy to read colour touchscreen display and integral datalogger. The S505 recorded data can be downloaded through USB for later spreadsheet analysis or archiving and printed directly to mobile Bluetooth printers for immediate hard copy results.


Red Dragon Ltd u 01443 772500 u www.measuremonitorcontrol.com


CODEL INTERNATIONAL RELEASES NEW ENERGYTECH RANGE


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nergyTech is a new range of gas and particulate


analysers focused on power generation process, safety and efficiency. The EnergyTech 101 is a low cost optical dust/smoke monitor, the 301 is a new tribo-electric dust monitor that can be used in indicative and calibrated modes. The EnergyTech 200 series


is a new range of mill, silo and other combustion process monitors. This analyser has both Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen measurement capability. The key innovation on this analyser is a new extractive system that removes the need for intrusive probes which are eroded by abrasive coal dust and need changing on a regular basis. This unique, proven solution from CODEL International will dramatically reduce the cost and downtime of the plant. CODEL offer a full range of emissions and process monitors for a wide range of


industrial applications. CODEL


u 01629 814351 u www.codel.co.uk April 2019 Instrumentation Monthly


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