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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


Pyrometers for high temperatures and various fieldbuses


and various additional interface options. The compact, extremely robust infrared thermometers provide noncontact, automatic temperature monitoring. Three new spectral models measuring at wavelengths of 1 µm, 1.6 µm, and 2.3 µm have been primarily designed for high- temperature applications and are particularly suitable for monitoring metal, steel, and glass. The full Thermalert 4.0 lineup covers measuring temperatures between -40 °C and 2300 °C and offers various different spectral models and focus distances. All models are now available with connectivity options for Ethernet, EtherNet/IP, and PROFINET IO, in addition to analog or RS485 interfaces.


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Nuremberg, Germany, 26 – 28 November 2019 Hall 7a, Stand 350


Fluke Process Instruments GmbH u +49 . 30 . 478 008-0 u www.flukeprocessinstruments.com


luke Process Instruments extends its Thermalert 4.0 spot pyrometer series, adding new shortwave versions


thermocouple ranges. Alternatively, external or manual referencing can be selected as required. Displayed values and user information are indicated on a bright clear OLED screen with diffused backlighting.


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Data can be displayed in °C, °F, K, Ω or mV as required; nine front panel push keys, the only user controls, are used in conjunction with the display screen. It is this arrangement which makes for very simple and 'friendly' operation.


The Labcal PRO can accept two Pt100 sensors and/or two thermocouples of similar or different types (J,K,N,T,E,R,S


and B). The measured temperature can be displayed directly from one of the inputs or differentially between similar or different inputs. Differential temperature and the two individual channel temperatures are displayed simultaneously.


Labfacility u 01243 871280 u www.labfacility.com


SICK’s Dynamic Inclination Sensors Clean-Up Signal Response in 6 Axes


response times that will aid the real-time safe and efficient operation of outdoor vehicles and machinery, such as mobile cranes, construction and agricultural machinery, or municipal vehicles. The SICK TMS88 Dynamic and TMM88 Dynamic inclination sensors use


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inbuilt gyroscope compensation and an intelligent ‘sensor fusion’ algo- rithm to clean up signal interference caused by sideways slews, shocks and vibrations. Faster and more accurate measurements, for example of tilts, levels, sloping positions or angles, are therefore provided to support critical, real-time dynamic response of vehicle control systems. At the heart of both sensors is an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)


consisting of an acceleration sensor and a gyroscope, using MEMS technol- ogy to each measure in 360°, x, y and z directions. Proven over 100s of hours of testing with customers in tough conditions, the sensor’s groundbreaking intelligent fusion algorithm then processes the measurements to differentiate between true inclination values and eliminate unwanted signals caused by lateral accelerations. Said Darren Pratt, SICK’s UK product manager for Motion Control Sensors: “Lateral, or sideways, accelerations in


the drive mode of vehicles as a result of slew or cornering, or due to shocks caused by the tool on an excavator arm, for example, can falsify the measurement of inclinations and compromise a vehicle’s performance, or even lead to dangerous operation. “While conventional MEMS-based inclination sensors use filtering techniques to suppress interference to some


degree, which often lead to delays in signal response, the SICK TMS88 D and TMM 88D deliver millisecond response and precise data output, so industrial vehicle manufacturers have the opportunity to build-in higher-level protections, for example to the risks of vehicle tipping, collisions or overloading. The TMS88 Dynamic is calibrated for single-axis angle measurement over


360° with a configurable zero point, while the TMM88 Dynamic delivers accurate measurement of inclinations in two axes (± 90°) without mutual interference.


SICK u 01727 831121 u www.sick.co.uk


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40mg/kWh, with high turndown ratios of up to 8:1, across a wide range of models. Riello RX burners feature an exclusive design that


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includes a patented woven wire gauze ‘sock’ covering the combustion head cylinder. Gas and combustion air are mixed upstream of the combustion head and then pass through precision-located ports and the gauze ‘sock’ to ignite on the external surface of the combustion head. This arrangement enables a very compact flame with a diameter directly related to the burner firing rate, ensuring precise heat control and optimum efficiency at all loads. The high turndown makes RX burners ideal for systems


with variable heat loads where low NOx levels are also required.


Riello u 01480 432144 u www.rielloburners.co.uk


PROCESS & CONTROL | NOVEMBER 2019 45


Riello’s premix burners now up to 3MW


iello RX premix packaged burners are now available in outputs up to 3MW, offering NOx levels of less than


ICK has launched its first dynamic 6-axis inclination sensors, the TMS88 D and TMM88 D to achieve unrivalled measurement precision and rapid


Labcal PRO Precision Thermometer


he Labcal PRO from Labfacility is fully characterised for Pt100 sensors and all major thermocouples J,K,N,T,E,R,S and B. Exceptionally stable automatic cold junction compensation with a rejection of 100:1 is incorporated for

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