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CLIENT SOLUTION LEADS TO GAS METER TEST RIG FOR EVERYONE


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hen a client approached Chell Instruments with a


specific challenge, our engineering team got straight to work. Using our industry leading expertise and experience, the ideal solution was developed for their gas meter calibration requirements. Now, a version of the Gas


Meter Test Rig (GMTR) we created is available from Chell for everyone wishing to test and calibrate domestic gas meters, including manufacturers and calibration houses. The GMTR is a multi-channel bench-top system that allows testing of the functionality,


accuracy, stability and leak integrity of up to four domestic gas meters simultaneously. It is compatible with older ‘diaphragm’ type positive displacement meters, as well as the newer ‘smart’ ultrasonic meters.


Chell Instruments u 01692 500555 u www.chell.co.uk


ABACUS COLD MAINS WATER METER TYPE EM SCALED 0-999 LITRES IN STEPS OF 1 LITRE


hosepipes. Not very accurate and certainly no consistent. Now, Hertfordshire company Aquameter has developed the ABACUS digital water measuring system for dispensing accurate preset quantities of water straight into mixing vessels, tanks, etc. Easy to install and simple to use, the ABACUS delivers repeatable results day in, day out, reliably and consistently. Thousands of units have been sold worldwide to a whole variety of industries where water is added to powders or granules for mixing purposes. Just dial in the batch amount required and press the start button. The unit stops the flow of water when the required quantity has been delivered - easy.


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Aquameter Ltd u 01992 442 861 u www.aquameter.co.uk


dding a preset quantity of water to a mix has long been carried out using pails or


LOOKING FOR UK MADE DIGITAL PANEL METERS?


manufacture a wide range of high performance yet affordable digital panel meters and controllers.


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Their Intuitive Range has evolved over 18 years to offer easy setup, loads of useful features and a 3 year warranty. Digit sizes from 14mm to 400mm mean they can be clearly seen in all environments.


Ideal for any process monitoring or control application. See their website for more info.


London Electronics Ltd. u 01767 626444 u www.london-electronics.com


UK RELEASE OF THE NEW KIKUSUI PWR- 01 SERIES


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elonic Instruments announce the UK


release of the new Kikusui PWR-01 series of wide- range benchtop programmable DC power supplies. The PWR-01 series are versatile instruments with models offering 400W, 800W, and 1200W rated power output with maximum rated voltages up to 650V. Equipped with a 4-times voltage and current variable ratio, making this one of the most versatile range of DC power supplies on the market today, the PWR-01 provides flexible current and voltage for a variety of applications. Variable internal impedance is a unique new feature that allows for various types of simulations suitable for automotive test and other battery-driven applications as well as solar-panel evaluation. The PWR-01 is also equipped with a soft- start function that limits the inrush current, minimizing any harmful effects to DUTs such as DC motors. The power supplies are also equipped with ergonomic power setting knobs, allowing the operator to control voltage and current independently, as well as front-facing banana plugs design for safety and convenience.


Telonic Instruments u 0118 9786911 u www.telonic.co.uk


GPS FUNCTION ADDED TO ABB PAPERLESS RECORDER FOR MARINE APPLICATIONS N


ew GPS location function added to ABB’s RVG200 touchscreen data recorder to help shipping operators meet bilge water discharge legislation


ABB has expanded the capabilities of its RVG200 touchscreen paperless data recorder with


the addition of a GPS function, which allows geolocation data to be added to recorded data. Enabling accurate logging of bilge water discharges from ships, this new function helps to ensure that ship operators comply with stringent international regulations governing pollution in marine applications. Annex 1 of the MARPOL (Marine Pollution) convention sets strict requirements on effluent


discharges from marine vessels, including a maximum limit for the level of oil in bilge water, which cannot exceed 15 parts per million before it is discharged into the sea. The legislation also restricts where bilge water discharges can take place, with a requirement for the location and content of discharges to be logged. Failure to do this can result in prosecution of the vessel and its crew. The RVG200 can help satisfy this requirement by logging the ship’s GPS co-ordinates


alongside data on discharge volume and water quality. An optional communications module enables the RVG200 to receive GPS data via the National Marine Electronics Association’s (NMEA) communications protocol, which is used throughout the marine sector for networking electronic equipment such as echo sounds, sonars and GPS receivers. When this module is fitted, the RVG200 can be connected to a ship’s GPS receiver via serial communications using the NMEA protocol. Recorded data on bilge quality and quantity is time and date-stamped, with the GPS co-


ordinates added as annotations which are then entered into the RVG200’s alarm / event log. ABB


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ondon Electronics Ltd design and


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