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HBM reveals its innovative electric drive testing solution at the

Automotive Testing Show

BM – a market leader in the field of test and measurement technology – will be exhibiting its powerful new solution for eDrive testing, together with a range of data acquisition systems and sensors on Stand 220 at this year’s Automotive Testing Show on the 8th and 9th December. Taking place at the Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedford, HBM will be exhibiting its state of the art range of vehicle mounted test equipment to demonstrate the capture of data in real testing scenarios within the automotive industry.


HBM will be exhibiting models, such as the eDrive test rig for display of electrical and mechanical motor efficiencies and losses.

Also on display will

be a motor test bench, which displays measured values of torque, displacement and pressure using the T22 torque transducer,

WI displacement

transducer, P8 pressure transducer and QuantumX Data Acquisition System.

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he AFOLUX Gen III Panel PC family has been greatly extended bringing a wide choice of screen size and CPU performance with either a resistive or multi-touch capacitive touch screen, simplifying the selection of the correct unit for any application.

From a simple

input device to an advanced HMI there is an Afolux Panel PC to suit. The Afolux Gen III presents an attractive smooth front with an IP65 rating. Screen sizes range from 7" 1024x700 pixel through 8",10",12" up to 15". Both wide screen and 4:3 formats are available. Other ranges cater for larger sizes.

The latest Bay Trail Celeron CPU's

from Intel ensure cool running and fanless operation. Full software support is available for Windows 7 Embedded and Windows 10 IoT. Optional webcam and RFID readers add to the capabilities of these units. Typical applications include factory HMI, building automation, digital signage and stock control and picking in warehouses and secure access control. HD graphics is provided by the latest 7th

Generation Intel GPU with burst technology, which supports all major 3D graphics formats and offers video encode/decode hardware acceleration for H.264, MPEG2, MVC, VC-1, VMV9 and VP8 formats.

Sensorex Launches New Laboratory pH Sensor Family for Every Application Basic, Advanced and Research-Grade sensors available with a range of customised options

Advanced, and Research-Grade pH sensors allow end users to choose just what fits their application needs–eliminating overspending on overly sophisticated sensors, or on frequent sensor replacement in challenging environments. All Sensorex pH sensors offer accurate and reliable measurements across full pH ranges (0-14), compatible with all pH meters accepting a BNC connector. Sensorex’s Basic pH1000 sensor is durable and easy to use, ideal for swimming pool, aquarium,

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measurement, as well as science class experiments. Designed to withstand regular wear and tear, with a durable polycarbonate body and built-in protection for the pH glass measuring surface, the pH1000 provides reliable, stable readings in temperatures of up to 60°C.

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ensorex’s new line of laboratory pH sensors offer a range of options to maximise measurement accuracy and sensor lifetime.

The Basic,

Control Improves Vacuum Coatings Results

Accurate Mass Flow

he new FSC-1114 fuse blown indicating module, designed to distribute a supply voltage, is a DIN rail mounting module, that has 10 common indicating fuse blown outputs. Each fused channel can handle up to 7.5A, with a maximum of 40A max for the module. In the event of a fuse being blown a relay is energized and the volt free contacts can be used to signal the problem to the SCADA system or raise a local alarm. The Daito blown fuse gives an indication that it is open circuit, individual Channel fuses purchased separately can be 1A, 1.6A, 2A, 3.2A, 5A or 7.5A. The module can be purchased for use with 110Vac or 12, 24, 48, 110 and 120Vdc power distribution The FSC1114 joins a range of other Colter Products SCADA friendly products signaling fuse status. Visit our website to view our power distribution and relay products. The Supervisory system allows maintenance engineers to be quickly informed of the problem and the location when using the FSC1114.

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controllers. Alicat Scientific’s mass flow controllers ensure the optimal coating environment in vacuum chambers, maintaining product integrity in coating and sputtering processes. The MCE-Series and MCV- Series may be used to replace legacy and discontinued MKS instruments. Made to fit the same space as common industry mass flow controllers, both series are easy to integrate into existing systems. In use, they offer fast, accurate flow control for process uniformity and quality. The Alicat MCE and MCV accurately control gas flow rates as low as 0-0.5 sccm full scale or as high as 0-20 slpm full scale with control response times of 50 to 100 milliseconds.


improve vacuum coating end products and help eliminate target poisoning.

Fast response times can greatly The integrated

pneumatic shut-off valve is normally closed, affording positive shut-off of 1 x 10-9 atm-sccm/sec Helium max.

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licat’s MCE-Series and MCV-Series direct replacements for common industry mass flow

HD audio is provided by the Realtec ALC892 Codec that simultaneously supports 7.1 channel sound playback plus 2 channels of independent stereo sound output (multiple streaming). An optional 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN and two Gigabit Ethernet ports come as standard; two USB3.0 and RS-232 ports are provided. Mass storage is through an internal mSATA slot. Power input is from the mains adaptor or 9 – 30 VDC. A comprehensive range of mounting accessories enable the units to be wall, panel, stand or VESA mounted.

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