MachineryMate™ handheld vibration meter


ATEX-certified temperature monitoring and more


luke Process Instruments will present infrared thermometers and thermal imagers for the process industry at the 2018 Achema trade show in Frankfurt, Germany. Intrinsically safe temperature sensors are available for use in hazardous environments (gas zones 1, 2, dust zones 21, 22). These support both fully automatic monitoring of measurement points with standalone devices and networked installations for IoT-enabled factory automation. Industrial-grade Raytek Thermalert TX pyrometers measure temperatures up to 2,000 °C. With cooling, they tolerate ambient temperatures up to 315 °C. Raytek Compact MI3 sensors have been designed for easy machine and plant integration. Two rugged, digital sensor heads can be used with one power supply and communication box at minimal costs per measuring point. Various fieldbus and Industrial Ethernet interface options are available. Both series comprise Ex i pyrometers for various spectral ranges and optics for different measurement distances.

Fluke Process Instruments at Achema 11 – 15 June 2018, Frankfurt, Germany Hall 11.1, Stand F31

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ilcoxon’s handheld vibration meter helps find machine faults before they impact operation or cause catastrophic failures. The MAC200 can increase productivity and

lower maintenance costs by identifying vibration problems and bearing conditions in early and late stages of failure. The simple, easy to use meter, records, analyzes and displays vibration signals and comes with built-in band filters for unbalance, misalignment, and looseness. The low Hertz range allows readings on machinery running as slow as 120 RPM. The meter assists in condition monitoring for industries including commercial and industrialHVAC, food processing, packing, petrochemical, pulp and paper, power plants and utilities. The MAC200 is a cost effective tool with high level functionality and capability for a comprehensive picture of machinery health.

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Cirrus Research launch new calibration offering in the UK T

he UK-based calibration service enables existing clients to ensure their equipment meets all UK and ISO

standards required by Noise at Work legislation, as well as environmental noise guidelines. But, for the first time, the team can now offer the same high-quality service to noise measurement instruments from other manufacturers. “Thanks to technology upgrades in-house we can now guarantee the same high level of service that we give on our own equipment,” said Cirrus Marketing Manager James Tingay, “We are confident the extension to the range of equipment we can now look at will be extremely popular and received our first non-Cirrus equipment to calibrate within days of announcing the news.”

Cirrus is also offering as 10% discount on any first calibration order for non-Cirrus equipment. Cirrus

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New Size and Stations for OKW’s BODY-CASE Wearable Enclosures


KW has added a new size M and two stations to its BODY-CASE range of fully wearable enclosures. Smart and comfortable BODY-CASE is

designed for a wide range of wearable electronics applications including tracking and monitoring; emergency call and notification; bio-feedback sensors for healthcare, wellness and sports fitness. It can also be used for industrial electronics. BODY-CASE is OKW’s first enclosure that can be worn just like a watch.

Each enclosure is supplied with two 18 mm spring bars for a wrist strap. And with an optional fastening kit, BODY-CASE can also be worn on a lanyard, clipped to a belt/pocket, fitted to a key ring or carried loose. Power can be supplied by round or button cells on the PCB or by a

rechargeable battery with a copper loop for charging the device inductively.

OKW Enclosures Ltd

not only the perfect pressure indication for potable water, the smooth sensor surface is equally at home in sludge applications. The PG may look like a gauge, and has that function, but so much more. In fact, the PG is a completely electronic pressure sensor, with a scalable analogue output and switchpoint. Within the full PG series, eight variants of the hygienic model are Regulation 31 compliant, covering different pressure ranges. These will measure as low as minus one bar, or up to a maximum 25 bar. Other key features of the PG series are visibility and robustness.

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Unlike a classic mechanical gauge the electronic pointer display can be rotated, and features bright LED indication of the value in addition to indication of a the trend or of the minimum and maximum values.

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“Robust diaphragm pressure switching up to 10 bar: “

fm electronic is pleased to announce that their PG series of pressure sensors is now Regulation 31 approved.

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he new EPS01 and EPS02 series pressure switches feature a G 1/8 pressure port as standard with other

fastening thread options available for larger quantities. Designed for any mounting orientation, versions are available for single pole operation with NC or NO contacts in pressure ranges of 0.3 to 2 bar and 1 to 10 bar. The integrated micro switch is available with silver plated contacts as standard for the EPS01, and with silver or gold plated switches optionally available for the EPS02. The media temperature range of -25 to +85 °C and a switch point accuracy of under 10% will suit a wide range of switching tasks whilst a mechanical life of over 1 million cycles and a switching frequency of 200/min helps to ensure more than satisfactory performance requirements.

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