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ASSEMBLED ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS – AN INTRODUCTION


manufacture company located in the Midlands, creates value for clients using innovation, design and technology to bring new products to market and to extend the life- cycle of existing products. We combine leading edge thinking and product innovation with our proven electronic product design methodology to maximise return on investment for our clients. We work across a wide range of market sectors including Automotive, Medical, Aerospace and Industrial and are accredited to ISO9001:2015 and ISO13485 (Medical).


A AES u 01789 204 879 u www.assembled-electronics.com


COOLING CURVE MONITORING IN GLASS ANNEALING LEHRS


monitoring of critical glass manufacturing processes such as annealing of glass bottles and containers. The noncontact infrared sensors measure product as well as belt temperatures. That way, operators can ensure that the lehr is set correctly for products with different glass thicknesses and sizes, and that the transportation belt is heated correctly. The latter is especially important for glass containers with a thick bottom, to prevent uneven cooling and breakage. Continuous monitoring helps operators improve quality and uniformity and reduce reject rates. It also supports troubleshooting by detecting faulty burners under the transportation belt. The annealing process is designed to remove residual stress in formed containers.


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Obtaining the correct temperature and cooling curve is essential to achieve the required strength in the finished product.


Fluke Process Instruments u marcom2.emea@flukeprocessinstruments.de u www.flukeprocessinstruments.com


hermalert 4.0 spot pyrometers from Fluke Process Instruments enable precise


ES an electronics design and


long range Video Endoscope from viZaar – the INVIZ VUMAN E3+ has arrived into our demo stock and is available for demonstrations thoughout the UK and Ireland from today. This all new version of the VUMAN, called the E3+ is a ground up re-design enabling a significant number of performance improvements coupled to the addition of new features. The primary features that make the VUMAN E3+ a class leader are the fantastic long


ALL NEW VUMAN E3+ HAS ARRIVED T


he latest generation of the class leading


range option of up to 30m insertion tube with full four direction pneumatic articulation and the unique remote focus capability, so no need for tip adapters! With the ability for the user to adjust the focus remotely in service, you can change from a general view to close up without having remove insertion tube to change the tip.


Crimson u 01892 539503 u www.crimsoniv.co.uk


NEW TECHNICALLY ADVANCED BOS 21M ADCAP PHOTOELECTRIC SENSOR


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alluff is excited to announce the release of the new technically advanced BOS 21M ADCAP photoelectric sensor. Configuration


of this multi-function sensor is accomplished via IO-Link. This sensor enhances Balluff's industry leading portfolio of photoelectric sensors which includes all standard sensing modes & miniature sizes. In addition the BOS 21M, ADCAP satisfies the requirements of modern production concepts and Industry 4.0 applications. One sensor can be configured as background


suppression, diffuse, retroreflective or through- beam and these modes can be changed on the fly to meet the demands of flexible manufacturing processes or support recipe and format changes in production. With IO-Link, simple installation and easy


controls integration translates to cost savings for machine builders on design, build, and commissioning; while manufacturers see a value in the ability to hot-swap smart sensors via the automatic parameterization functionality.


Balluff u 01606 812 777


DMS - YOUR ULTIMATE BATTERY PARTNER SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING STAND FARNBOROUGH FIVE STAND J56


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MS technologies understands that today’s market requires more than just a battery supplier. Successful organisations require a battery partner to fully understand their requirements and provide


solutions that combine physical, electrical and financial demands. As a leading specialist with experience in all leading battery chemistries we can support your


organisation with high quality, cost effective, battery power solutions. We understand that in today’s tough market place costs need to be reduced without compromising on quality. With over 25 years’ experience DMS technologies is well known across many industry sectors including;


Rail, Military, Medical, Oil & Gas, Emergency Services, Lighting and Standby Power. Alongside our battery assemblies will be the Ultralife 12V Deep Cycle lithium battery range that are


available in standard industry sizes therefore providing a straightforward drop-in replacement for existing lead acid types. In addition to custom designed and built battery systems we manufacture a range of portable power


systems for engine start used by the MoD, UK & European recovery organisations and fleet operators. We are the largest builder of engine start packs in the UK producing over 10,000 packs annually. In the current market place with the need to reduce costs, we will help to give low prices by saving


money where it counts. We aim to reduce your prices without compromising on our extremely high-quality standards, providing quality goods that are still suitable for operations where failure is not an option. DMS technologies are a one-stop partner for your battery power needs and are here to help you save


costs whilst maintaining the highest levels of quality. DMS technologies


u 01794 525400 u www.dmstech.co.uk u www.balluff.com


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