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UK RELEASE OF THE NEW KIKUSUI PWR- 01 SERIES


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elonic Instruments announce the UK


release of the new Kikusui PWR-01 series of wide- range benchtop programmable DC power supplies. The PWR-01 series are versatile instruments with models offering 400W, 800W, and 1200W rated power output with maximum rated voltages up to 650V. Equipped with a 4-times voltage and current variable ratio, making this one of the most versatile range of DC power supplies on the market today, the PWR-01 provides flexible current and voltage for a variety of applications. Variable internal impedance is a unique new feature that allows for various types of simulations suitable for automotive test and other battery-driven applications as well as solar-panel evaluation. The PWR-01 is also equipped with a soft- start function that limits the inrush current, minimizing any harmful effects to DUTs such as DC motors. The power supplies are also equipped with ergonomic power setting knobs, allowing the operator to control voltage and current independently, as well as front-facing banana plugs design for safety and convenience.


Telonic Instruments u 0118 9786911 u www.telonic.co.uk


BALLUFF RELEASES BFF SERIES OF FLOW SENSORS B


alluff's released BFF series of flow sensors, which are available in both thread-in and inline


versions, provide a switching output that is activated when the flow falls below a user-defined rate. This makes it possible to notify users of system problems such as the failure of a pumping system, a clogged filter or leaks before they cause critical issues or system shutdowns. The completely solid-state calorimetric sensing


technology measures temperature differential on each side of the sensing probe and has no moving parts. So, unlike mechanical flow switches, they are resistant failures caused by dirt or foreign object buildup. The BFF series of flow sensors complement Balluff’s existing line of temperature sensors and are an addition to our line of process-oriented sensor product.


Features:


• Continual flow monitoring • Calorimetric sensing principle with no moving parts • Threaded-in and in-line versions available • Visual display of flow with integrated LED's


Balluff u 01606 812 777 u www.balluff.com


MCERTS RADAR FEATURES BLUETOOTH


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he first and only radar level system to qualify for MCERTS approval for open channel flow now features Bluetooth set up. It enables quick and simple radar


sensor ranging and optimisation for the flow measurement system. The radar sensor is also capable of flow computation as a standalone device independently of the flow computer, with additional protocols including Profibus, SDI12 and Modbus. To find out more about the benefits of changing to radar based level sensors in the water industry, visit our stand 106/107 at WWEM and discuss your free trial.


VEGA Controls Ltd u 01444 870055 u www.vega.com


LOOKING FOR UK MADE DIGITAL PANEL METERS?


manufacture a wide range of high performance yet affordable digital panel meters and controllers.


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Their Intuitive Range has evolved over 18 years to offer easy setup, loads of useful features and a 3 year warranty. Digit sizes from 14mm to 400mm mean they can be clearly seen in all environments.


Ideal for any process monitoring or control application. See their website for more info.


London Electronics Ltd. u 01767 626444 u www.london-electronics.com


ABB TOUCHSCREEN PAPERLESS RECORDER GETS POWERFUL NEW FEATURES


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ew functions for RVG200 touchscreen paperless data recorder help users to get even more from their process data. ABB has expanded the capabilities of its RVG200 paperless touchscreen recorder with the


addition of new functions providing users with greater flexibility in collecting, displaying and accessing data. The RVG200’s simplicity and range of features including high security data storage, easy remote access


and scalability, has made it a popular choice in a wide range of applications, from water abstraction and treatment through to heating, cooling and batch recording in food and beverage production. Amongst the new functions added to the recorder is the ability to create user-customisable views,


including plant mimics that can be populated with process values and status. Using a PC tool, users can now create customised views and populate them with bitmap images, text,


numeric values and function buttons. Up to seven custom views can be uploaded to a single recorder, with one for each of the RVG200’s six configurable process groups and the seventh as an overview. Together with the existing chart, bar-graph and digital indicator views already present in the RVG200, the new customisable view function helps to gives users a much deeper insight into their process data. For applications where energy consumption needs to be allocated to specific departments or operations,


the RVG200 now also offers an optional energy calculation function. Using predefined equations for closed and return-less systems for water, saturated steam and superheated steam, the energy calculation function enables accurate calculation of heat energy in water and steam flows. The calculation can be used to produce mass, power and enthalpy values that can then be trended and totalised as required to produce an accurate overview of energy usage.


ABB u 0870 600 6122


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ondon Electronics Ltd design and


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