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MEGA_BRIDGE BY CHURCHILL CONTROLS M


ega_Bridge adds flexible and fully featured internet protocol (IP)


connectivity to the well-established Mega_Link family of Telemetry & Control units used to pass two-way instrumentation, measurement and control data between sensors, equipment and industrial plant.


TELEMETRY & CONTROL • POINT to POINT • POINT to MULTI-POINT • IOT Architecture • Flexible Communications • UHF License Free Radio • ETHERNET, Wi-Fi • 3G/4G mobile networks


Sensor & Data Interfaces • Volt-Free Digital I/O • 4 - 20 mA Analogue I/O • RS232/RS485 Serial


• Built-In Security VPN with AES256


• Use with ADSL modem for leased line replacement


Mega_Bridge can communicate on a closed LAN or across networks and sites via Amazon Web Services, fully administered by Churchill Controls. This enables important security features using TLSv1.2 for authenticated and encrypted communications channels.


Churchill Controls u 01344 750233 u www.churchill-controls.co.uk


NORDSON EFD INTRODUCES NEW GV SERIES


GANTRY FLUID DISPENSING ROBOT WITH VISION • The CCD camera converts pixels into digital values to deliver precise, high-quality images. The proprietary dispensing software confirms workpiece presence and placement and automatically adjusts as in- process variations occur.


• Working envelopes from 400 mm to 800 mm make the GV Series ideal for precision fluid dispensing onto substrates requiring large work envelopes


• Ensure market-leading dimensional positioning accuracy and deposit placement repeatability at +/- 0.02 mm for the 400 mm gantry robot and +/- 0.01 mm for the 800 mm gantry robot.


Nordson U.K. Ltd. – EFD Division u 01582 666334 u www.nordsonefd.com


THE LATEST EPC CONTROLLER RANGE FROM EUROTHERM


by Schneider Electric™ passionately supports its customers with specialist knowledge in control and data acquisition. Based upon experience in advanced thermal manufacturing applications, the company helps customers achieve process excellence through machine automation efficiency and regulatory compliance. An adaptable, scalable digital solution with flexible software and instant upgrades available online when required. EPC3000 range of programmable controllers helps deliver an efficient and secure process. Available in three DIN sizes, these products deliver fast- acting precision control which helps maintain high standards of production quality combined with a robust cybersecurity strategy. EPC2000 programmable single loop temperature and process controller is a back of panel, DIN rail controller available with optional Pro-face GP4114T touchscreen HMI for use as the primary operator interface. This enables an OEM to easily integrate high precision control plus setpoint programming into a PLC system using native Ethernet communication.


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Come and see us at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2019 - Stand J30 Eurotherm


u 01903 695888 Instrumentation Monthly January 2019 u www.eurotherm.co.uk


s an established leader in industrial automation and process control, Eurotherm™


HIGH TEMPERATURE VIBRATION SENSOR


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xtremely high temperature environments require high performing equipment to ensure data


accuracy. CTC’s top-exit CM362-7A is a high temperature charge output sensor with an integral cable and is operable to 343° C. The CM362-7A requires the use of a HA602 inline charge amplifier, operated outside of the high temperature area. Linked by the hard-line cable, which is mineral insulated to provide the stable impedance necessary for data accuracy, the system is suitable for many applications including turbine monitoring, boiler feed pump and compressors.


KDP Electronics Systems u 01767 651058 u www.kdpes.co.uk


services to ISO 17025 from the UK’s leading calibration laboratory for mass flow meters, controllers and anemometers. With some of the leading measurement uncertainties and most the diverse array of flow calibration facilities, the laboratory can undertake liquid flow calibration on water, oil, alcohol and fuels from 0.1 ml/hr to 1000 litres/min. The airflow laboratory encompasses flow calibrations from 1 cc/min to 1200 litres/sec covering meters up to 300 mm in diameter, including variable area, mass flow meters, controllers, laminar, turbine, thermal and venturi style flowmeters. Anemometer, pitot tube and air velocity type devices a can be calibrated from 0.05 m/s to 80 m/s in the UK’s best measurement accuracy wind tunnels.


FLOW CALIBRATION SERVICES U


KAS Flow & Air Velocity calibration


Young Calibration Ltd u 01273 455 572 u www.youngcalibration.co.uk


CASELLA ANNOUNCES ADVANCED DUST DETECTIVE ENCLOSURE


specialist, has launched an improved version of its Dust Detective Enclosure. The ideal survey tool for efficient area monitoring, Casella’s Dust Detective Enclosure is a game changer in short-term boundary monitoring, on the market from November 2018. In 2017-18, there were 12,000


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lung disease deaths in the UK due to exposures of air hazards and dust at work, and a further 20,000 estimated new cases of occupational breathing problems reported[1]. Protecting the health, safety and welfare of their workforce is the responsibility of the employer, who has an obligation by law to assess the level of risk in the workplace and take the reasonable steps to eliminate apparent risks and put in place appropriate control measures (Health and Safety at Work Act 1974).


Casella u 01234 844100 u www.casellasolutions.com


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asella, air sampling, noise and vibration monitoring


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