Advertorials Latest range of rugged connectors and cables

highlighted by LEMO at DSEi 2019 LEMO will be highlighting an extensive range of its state-of-the-art cables and standard off-the-shelf rugged multi-pin pull push connectors at this year’s Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition, being held at the London ExCel centre from 10th-13th September 2019.

Of the many products on show will be the Groups’ industry leading M Series High Power range of miniature high density ratchet-locking circular connectors, which offer customers, space and weight saving benefits without compromising performance, reliability or functionality. This exceptional product is ideally suited for equipment used in harsh environments, where space or weight are at a premium and reliability is a prerequisite with applications including Soldier Equipment, Rugged Displays, Communication Equipment, Vehicle Electronics, Avionics and, in addition, general Controls and Sensors.

LEMO connectors for harsh environments at DSEi 2019 The capability of a dedicated Cable Assembly facility in the UK will also be highlighted.

HTD pressure sensors now up to 10 bar and with side pressure connections

First Sensor extends its platform of piezoresistive differential pressure sensors of the HTD series from 1 mbar with measuring ranges of up to 10 bar. In addition to the very small and flat manifold housing with a footprint of 8 x 13 mm, which is ideal for space-saving manifold mounting, the HTD series now offers a SMD housing with side pressure connections. The new housing features barbed pressure ports for secure tube connection, even for higher pressures.

A major application of the HTD sensors is differential pressure measurement across a flow-restrictive element (e.g. orifice or laminar flow element) to determine volumetric flow. The differential pressure sensor measures in a bypass to the main flow channel. Typical examples can be found in medical technology (ventilators, anesthesia machines, CPAP, spirometers, oxygen concentrators), HVAC (volumetric flow controllers, filter monitoring, burner control), instrumentation and industrial controls.

The HTD differential pressure sensors feature a SPI interface with 15 bit resolution and an analog output signal. With their 3 V or 5 V supply and low power consumption, the HTD miniature pressure sensors are ideal for battery-powered applications in mobile and portable devices. For pick- and-place machines in high-volume production, the HTD sensors can optionally be supplied on tape and reel. The sensors are temperature compensated from 0 ... 70 °C and provide a temperature reading in addition to the pressure value.

Important features of the HTD differential pressure sensors: − Pressure ranges from 1 mbar to 10 bar

− Housings with side pressure connections and for manifold mounting − SPI interface with 15 bit resolution − 3 V or 5 V supply

About First Sensor

First Sensor AG is one of the world's leading suppliers in the field of sensor systems. Our company develops and manufactures both standardized and tailor-made sensor solutions for the detection of light, radiation, pressure, flow, level and acceleration for applications in the Industrial, Medical and Mobility growth markets. The company produces in-house and along the value-added chain from component to system level. We guarantee our compliance through regular successful certifications of the sites according to ISO/TS 16949, ISO 14001, EN ISO 13485, EN 9100 and ISO 9001 - matching the respective business field.

First Sensor Technics Ltd. Tel: 01509503451

The LEMO team will be available on Stand S8-130 to welcome customers – both existing and potential – with a view to offer technical advice and problem-solving expertise. For further details, contact:

LEMO at Stand No. S8-130 Swiss Pavilion or LEMO (UK) LTD, Tel: +44 (0)1903 234543

Fanless embedded system from Axiomtek UK

Axiomtek - a manufacture of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is proud to launch the eBOX671-521-FL its latest fanless embedded system. It is specifically designed for applications related to graphics computing, artificial intelligence, and machine vision in automation manufactory. It is built to withstand harsh operating environments with extended operating temperatures and vibration endurance.

Main Features: • 8th gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 & Celeron® with Intel® Q370 chipset (Coffee Lake-S)

• 84-CH PoE (IEEE802.3at compliance) • 8Dual swappable 2.5" SATA HDD drive bay with RAID 0 &1 • 8Supports MXM 3.1 type A graphics module (optional) • 8DVI-I, HDMI, and DisplayPort with triple-view supported

• 8AXView 3.0 intelligent remote monitoring software for IIoT New capacitive touch sensor

A new touch operated sensor launched by Omron Electronic Components Europe is a drop-in replacement for a mechanical switch, but delivers all of the reliability and flexibility of touch.

Capacitive touch sensors deliver a great many benefits in terms of longevity and user-friendliness, but usually require careful work at the design stage and proper set up to ensure that they work reliably in

the application. The new Omron W7ED touch sensor combines the simplicity of a mechanical switch with the enhanced performance and flexibility of touch control. Suitable for almost any application in which a mechanical switch is currently used, the W7ED is just fastened to the touch electrode with a screw. It reliably detects the capacitance change brought about by the presence of a finger without the need to design or incorporate a control PCB or to perform sensitivity adjustments. There are no moving parts to wear out.

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