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Pressure transmitters and level sensors with digital interfaces.


heir 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 dataPressure 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.


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 W at 1 S/min. and 3,2 V Total error band ± 0,1 %FS at -10…80 °C


D Line pressure transmittersD Line pressure transmitters I2C interface up to cable lengths of 5 m 1,8…3,6 V (optimised for button cells)


20 W at 1 S/s and 1,8 V Total error band ± 0,7 %FS at -10…80 °C


Keller  0845 6432855  www.keller-pressure.co.uk


of red or blue laser sources with a power output of 0.95 mW for measurement ranges up to 500 mm and linearity to 0.05% of range. Easily adapted for measurement of thickness, dimension/displacement, form and profile as well as object sorting etc., the new RF602 series laser triangulation sensors are particularly aimed at applications where restricted space or minimal weight are important machine design requirements. The new RF602 series includes six sensor models with measurement ranges from 10 to 500 mm and base distances from 20 to 105 mm. Full range resolution is 0.01% (0.02% for 105/500 version) and temperature drift is 0.02% of the range per °C. These laser safety class 2 sensors have a maximum sampling rate of 9.4 kHz that suits high speed/high throughput measurement.


Ixthus Instrumentation Ltd  01327 353437


www.ixthus.co.uk


LEMO (UK) Ltd Expands Cable Assembly Production Capability


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o meet the growing demand for “plug and play” interconnect solutions, LEMO (UK) is very pleased to announce a 50%


expansion of its UK cable assembly service. This significant investment is part of an initiative the company has undertaken to support the growing manufacturing trend for OEM’s to outsource their non-core connector termination activities. As part of this expansion, the company has increased its manufacturing capacity and the supporting services behind it. These services not only include a larger applications and design engineering team, but also a fully resourced production support team to ensure service


levels are maintained at leading industry levels. LEMO’s aim is to provide its UK customers with increased value by means of offering them a complete cable design and manufacturing service. The objective of this service is to provide customers with bespoke engineered solutions, tailored to specific system requirements


Lemo  01903 234543  www.lemo.com


New miniature 2D laser triangulation sensor A


new matchbox-sized 2D laser triangulation sensor from RIFTEK, represented in the UK by Ixthus Instrumentation Ltd, combines a choice


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