More than 100,000 combination options


HBM’s ‘all-rounder’ digital torque transducer


ith electric motors and drives now operating at significantly higher speeds, electromobility testing

poses a greater challenge for engineers working on R&D or production lines. To overcome this challenge HBM has launched the

T40B torque sensor which delivers greatly increased revolutions per minute for a selection of measuring ranges of 1, 2, and 3 kNm - up to 23.000 rpm - making it ideal for many types of applications including test benches, end-of-line tests (EoL) and process monitoring. The T40B torque provides users with precise, reliable

measurements first time, eliminating the risk of errors and the need for repeat tests, which can be costly and time consuming. The sensor has an integrated, magnetic rotational speed measuring system, enabling automotive engineers to test the efficiency of the drive train with a range of motor vehicles. It also operates with analog or digital interfaces making it compatible with different types of test bench systems.

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Eisele MULTILINE E for power all the way to the application Modular kit system for multiple connectors now has a new electrical connector


he MULTILINE E from Eisele has earned a reputation over the years as a robust and practical multiple and multi- media connector for connecting functional groups to robots and machines. Now, the German-based specialist for

high-quality industrial connection solutions presents an additional M12 power plug for providing electrical power with the MULTILINE E.

Eisele introduces an additional M12 power plug for the MULTILINE E modular kit system. The high-performance M12

connector, which features 5 pins and L-coding, is designed for applications requiring high power density in a compact space. The modular system for combining compressed air, vacuum, gases, coolants, liquids, electrical and electronic signals in one connector body therefore now includes a new insert for voltages up to 63 V AC/DC. Designed for up to 16 A per pin the connector is shock-resistant and vibration-proof, as well as reverse polarity protected and non-twisting.

High power density in a compact space

The AC/DC power plug is used for the reliable supply of power to high-power devices, such as linear drives and step motors, or as a power line for field bus modules. FKM seals and PUR extrusion enable use of the connector in all industrial applications up to protection class IP67. A nickel-plated cast zinc threaded connection prevents the connector from accidentally opening.

Eisele Pneumatics GmbH & Co. KG is a multinational family owned company with headquarters in Waiblingen, Germany. With 170 employees, Eisele develops, produces and distributes premium quality solid metal connectors and has become established over the past decades as a leading supplier of innovative connection solutions

Eisele  OEM Automatic secures

partnership agreement with AGRO AG


EM Automatic, the country’s leading supplier of components for industrial automation, is proud to

announce a partnership agreement with the Swiss company, AGRO AG. This unique partnership opens up a new area of business for OEM, enabling the company to represent the wide range of AGRO cable glands in the UK. AGRO boasts more than 60 years of technical

expertise. In 1955 the company achieved the first ever patent for a cable gland product and is now a market leader in cable gland manufacture supplying the renewable energy market, shipyards, oil refineries and food processing industries. AGRO specialises in offering cable gland solutions for

electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) applications, condensation prevention, fire and electromagnetic wave disturbances. They are also renowned for providing quality, quick response turnarounds for high temperature and heavy duty applications.

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urrelektronik's Modlink MSDD front panel interfaces provide convenient access to the control when diagnostic or service work is needed. Great advantage: They allow you to keep the control cabinet closed, so the components inside continue to operate within the specified protection class. This makes sure that the safety regulations for the operation of electrical systems are always complied with. Modlink MSDD is a modular system based on standard

frames (single and double frames) with many different inserts to plug in. This variety allows more than 100,000 combination options. Because the mounting dimensions are the same no matter which combination is used, a design engineer's job is made easier and export-oriented companies are in a position to quickly react to country- specific requirements. The housing does not have to be reworked. They just install the country-specific insert. Modlink MSDD is a tried and tested solution, well- engineered to the smallest detail.

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Lenze to showcase Smart

Motor Solutions at this year’s IMHX exhibition

complete, scalable mechatronic drive system, combining motor, gear unit and electronic drive in one incredibly easy-to-use package. In addition, Lenze’s latest X4 Remote with x500, an


out-of-the-box solution for cloud-based remote services and condition monitoring, will also be available at their stand. The X4 platform integrates with their x500 IoT gateways, so that customers can bring both machines and systems into the cloud without specific IoT knowledge. Neil Beaumont, Marketing Manager at Lenze says: “We

are constantly looking at offering more freedom for engineers and looking forward to demonstrating the X4 platform at IMHX where visitors can drop by for a coffee to discuss the considerable benefits this solution provides.” Visit Stand 20C125 on the 24-27th September, NEC

Birmingham for coffee and a chat with Lenze regarding automated solutions.

Lenze 

elebrating 50 years in the UK, Lenze, will showcase at IMHX this September, their Smart Motor Solutions - a

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