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eight sizes, black or grey, with knockouts or smooth walls. The strength of their sleek design compares impressively with other square and rectangular junction boxes. Quarter turn fixing screws sit flush in the lid ensuring the styling is not compromised and enabling easy assembly. With IP66/IP67 and IK09 rating plus UL94 V-0 material, these cases are ideally suited to harsh environments. The clever design does not stop on the


EVATRON FOR IP66/IP67, UL94 V-0 K


F series junction boxes are flame retardant and self-extinguishing polycarbonate,


SMTCONNECT TRADE FAIR: PRECISE, REPEATABLE TEMPERATURE PROFILING


outside either! KF terminal blocks and mounts simply clip into the enclosure. Larger knockout versions have variable size pre-installed perforations, so each knockout can accept different sized cable glands. For Fire Resistance, we offer the NEW FK series. Call now to find out more or click the ‘online chat’ icon on our website.


Evatron u 01908 325100


u www.evatron.com


NEW INTERFACES ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR LSOC AND LSOP INCLINOMETERS


Sensors LSOC and LSOP inclinometers including +/-5V, +/-10V, 0-10V and 4-20mA.


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The LSO is a high precision gravity referenced servo inclinometer that can be used for a wide variety of industrial and military applications. Models are available in a variety of angular ranges each with low impedance output signals. Electrical terminations are via 6-way bayonet lock connector (LSOC) or solder pins (LSOP). It is extremely robust and will withstand shocks in excess of 1500g. The design is well proven with many thousands in use throughout the world in the most demanding of applications.


Sherborne Sensors u 0870 444 0728 u www.sherbornesensors.com


NEW BATTERY POWERED INDICATORS PROVIDE SWITCHING AND DATALOGGING FUNCTIONS.


• DM650TM temperature switch accepts both Pt100 or thermocouple temperature probes


S • DM650PM pressure switch measures pressure up to 100 bar


• DM650HM humidity switch measures temperature and humidity


• DM650VI process signal switch measures analogue signals such as voltage or mA


Housed in a plastic abs IP67 enclosure, the instrument is equipped with a volt free change over relay contact. The user may select relay actions of switch high, switch low and also includes deviation, with fully adjustable set point and hysteresis. The relay can be linked to switch on the process value or can be linked to battery condition if required. The instrument includes a datalogging function where the process value can be recorded and retrieved for analysis.


Status Instruments Ltd u 01684 296818


u www.status.co.uk tatus Instruments have launched their brand-new DM650 battery powered product range.


ew interfaces are now available for Sherborne


temperature profiling in reflow soldering processes. Launched at last year’s show, the profilers are now in serial production. They are showcased along with a comprehensive array of system components building on the established Datapaq Reflow Tracker program, which also comprises a dedicated software suite. These components include compact stainless-steel thermal barriers, thermocouples, and two sensor holding frames. These frames with fixed thermocouples save setup time and ensure high repeatability in monitoring process stability. The Datapaq Surveyor frame is designed to measure process performance at the critical board level. Together with the Insight Professional software, this tool detects trends in oven performance, allowing operators to take corrective action early on. The second sensor frame is a 12-thermocouple pallet for monitoring wave soldering process stability.


A Nuremberg, Germany, 7 – 9 May 2019, Hall 4, Stand 118


Fluke Process Instruments u marcom1.emea@flukeprocessinstruments.de u www.flukeprocessinstruments.com


TRIGEAR FLOWMETER OFFERS BETTER ACCURACY AND IMPROVED FLOW RANGEABILITY.


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he Trigear Flowmeter represents the very latest innovation in the Positive Displacement Flowmeter


market place. Developed by a team with many years of experience in rotary piston and oval gear flow measurement, Trigear flowmeters set the standard through advanced gear technology and design they challenge the more expensive technologies of rotary vane, Bi-Rotor and Helically Geared flowmeters whilst challenging oval gear meters in terms of performance. The Trigear flowmeter outperforms its competitors when it comes to the accurate metering of clean fluids such as fuels, oils, additives, chemicals, alcohols and solvents, to name but a few. Applications include flow control, monitoring of flowrate / total and batch control in hazardous or safe areas. Where a product has varying viscosities due to a range of operating temperatures the Trigear meters are ideally suited as accuracy is unaffected. Trigear flowmeters are available in Stainless Steel or Aluminium and are suitable for a wide range of temperatures and pressures. They come with an extensive range of modular screwed or flanged process connections. Most options are available from stock.


Trigear Flowmeter u 01444 248 777


www.trigearflowmeters.com


MANUAL, PNEUMATIC, AND CORDLESS GUNS FOR DISPENSING TWO-COMPONENT ADHESIVE MATERIALS


• Durable, ergonomic and user- friendly adhesive dispensing guns


• Available models are manual, pneumatic, cordless


• Easy dispensing of thick materials with thrust ratio26:1


• Lightweight, less cumbersome


• Ideal to dispense two- component materials for injection into cracks, concrete anchoring, fixturing, windshield installation/replacement, bumper repairs


Nordson EFD u 01582 666334


u europe@nordsonefd.com


t the 2019 SMTconnect, Fluke Process Instruments will present its new Datapaq DP5 data loggers for inline


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