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ION SCIENCE LAUNCHES HIGH PERFORMANCE SENSOR DEVELOPMENT KIT (SDK)


integrating MiniPID sensors into existing systems and applications Increasing demand from the


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global heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), agricultural and general manufacturing industries for measurement of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) has led Ion Science (www.ionscience.com) – leading manufacturer of gas detection instrumentation for environmental and occupational health monitoring – to launch a high performance Sensor Development Kit (SDK). Comprising integration and sensor printed circuit boards (PCBs), the new Sensor


Development Kit facilitates simple, low cost integration of Ion Science’s well proven MiniPID sensors into existing OEM products across a diverse range of applications. Due to its small size and number of interfaces, the Sensor Development Kit will


enable OEMs to easily incorporate the company’s MiniPID technology into their systems and applications that require the sensitivity of photoionisation detectors (PIDs) but without significant investment in engineering and R&D.


ION SCIENCE u 01763 208503 u www.ionscience.com


your enclosure. Available in blue, orange and red, these protective boots come in 2 styles and 8 sizes making them a perfect fit for many of our handheld enclosures. Held secure in the boot – essential


EVATRON PROTECTIVE BOOTS R


ugged and highly visible when you need strong, robust protection for


when you need extra protection – the enclosure is easy to remove. Compatible enclosures are available in various sizes, with or without battery compartment, recessed or flush top, and some with removable end panels plus optional sealing gasket to achieve IP65 rating. Enclosures can be modified to your


exact requirements with CNC machining, screen printing and EMI/RFI shielding. Cut outs for the protective boot may also be made to your exact specifications. Contact sales@evatron.com for more information or click the ‘online chat’ icon on our website.


Evatron u 01908 325100 u www.evatron.com


pecially designed to offer OEMs a simple, low cost means of


measurement systems and water chillers for a wide range of industries. We have been manufacturing since 1990 and our clients range from small craft bakers, right up to multinationals. We have installations in a diverse range of industries from Iceland to Thailand and from Africa to South America. A great part of our business is international and we welcome new customers from around the world as warmly as we welcome clients from here in the United Kingdom. We manufacture high quality digital water measuring systems and water chillers for dispensing accurate preset quantities of water at the right temperature into mixing vessels, vats, tubs, etc. Suitable for a wide range of industries worldwide. Our clients tell us that our systems are easy to install, simple to operate and give reliable results, day in and day out.


AQUAMETER LTD A


John Morton Aquameter LTD u 01 992 442 861 u www.aquameter.co.uk


quameter is a small family-run business which operates worldwide, selling digital water


ABACUS type T water measuring system for dispensing accurate batches of temperature-controlled water in the range 0 – 40 Celsius and 0 – 99.9 litres. Other temperature ranges and batch quantities also available.


SERIES 629HLP DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER PRODUCT RELEASE


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wyer Instruments, the preferred source for your complete range of practical and affordable


instrumentation, is announcing the release of the Differential Pressure Transmitter, Series 629HLP. The Series 629HLP is ideal for monitoring differential pressure in applications such as air handlers, heat exchangers, chillers, and hydraulic systems. The 629HLP is a high static, low differential pressure


transmitter that is suitable for measuring overpressure or under-pressure conditions. The IP65 rated enclosure provides a robust exterior, while the compact and lightweight assembly allows for a trouble-free installation. The Series 629HLP can detect a low pressure


differential across high-static pressures, allowing for improvement of measurement accuracy and providing the ability for the system to react quickly to changes. Integral dual pressure sensors are able to convert pressure sensors into a customer-selected 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 VDC output signal.


Dwyer Instruments u 01494 461707


u www.dwyer-inst.com PRESSURE TRANSMITTERS AND LEVEL SENSORS WITH DIGITAL INTERFACES


D Line pressure transmitters I2


C interface up to cable lengths of 5 m


1,8…3,6 V (optimised for button cells) 20 μW at 1 S/s and 1,8 V Total error band ± 0,7 %FS at -10…80 °C


P Keller Instrumentation Monthly January 2019


X Line pressure transmitters RS485 interface up to cable lengths of 1,4 km 3,2…32 V (optimised for 3,6 V lithium batteries) 100 μW at 1 S/min. and 3,2 V Total error band ± 0,1 %FS at -10…80 °C


ressure transmitters and level sensors with digital interfaces are perfect for customised solutions. Their low supply voltage and optimised power consumption make them ideal for battery-operated and wireless applications. Pressure ranges: 0,3…1000 bar / ATEX Approval / Pressure and temperature data.


u 0845 6432855 u www.keller-druck.com 71


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