Advertorials Omron appoints Easby to support MEMS sensor

portfolio Omron Electronic Components Europe today announced that it has expanded its UK distribution network with the appointment of Easby Electronics. Easby will focus especially on Omron’s innovative sensor solutions in support of its strategy to develop a portfolio of IoT building blocks.

Easby will stock and support the full range of Omron

sensor technologies and electromechanical components, but will focus particularly on working with its IoT customers to identify opportunities for Omron MEMS based sensor solutions for building automation, industrial automation and other environmental monitoring applications. These complement the TELIT high-performance IoT modules and Raystar displays both available from Easby. Omron offers technologies to monitor the environment itself, measuring temperature, humidity and other characteristics, as well as care for the people within that environment, ensuring that services such as heating and lighting are turned on when they are present, that the air quality is high and that spaces are not becoming overcrowded. Omron’s flagship Human Vision Component allows individuals to be recognised, providing a touchless access control solution. The new relationship also brings Easby a top class range of MOSFET relays, a technology that it currently does not have in its portfolio. 31 235 681 296 /

Increased Demand for OKW’s CARRYTEC Medical

Handheld Enclosures OKW’s CARRYTEC enclosures are available in three sizes plus a slim version for tablets During the Coronavirus pandemic OKW is seeing rising interest in its medical electronic enclosures – notably its CARRYTEC handheld cases.

CARRYTEC is ideal for medical diagnostics, therapy and laboratory devices, emergency systems, monitoring and alarms. Other applications include test and measurement, communications, mobile terminals, data collection, smart factory, machine building, construction, agriculture and forestry. Robust CARRYTEC features an integrated handle with a comfortable soft-grip TPE insert. The handle is located above the centre of gravity for balanced carrying. This grip also makes CARRYTEC easy to manoeuvre when the unit is mounted (inverted) on a suspension arm or trolley. CARRYTEC’s large surface area can accommodate a large touchscreen or membrane

keypad. There is ample depth for interfaces (which are protected by recessed areas on the underside).

Encapsulated AC-DC converters provide Ansmann UK LTD

up to 36W and protect to IP67 Powersolve Electronics Ltd, specialists in power supplies for the widest range of applications for over 30 years, announces three new series of plastic encapsulated AC-DC converters that offer protection to IP67. These are therefore suitable for use where the ingress of moisture, oil and dust need to be avoided. The PS12MK (10-12 Watts), PS20MK (15-20 Watts) and PS36MK (25-36 Watts) are

ACDC switch mode power supplies that operate from a wide universal input range of 90 to 264VAC, 50/60Hz. Output voltages of 5V, 9V, 12V, 15V and 24V DC are available for each model range or in fact any voltage between 5V and 24V could be supplied if quantities make it viable.

The power supplies are housed in robust plastic encapsulated enclosures rated to

IP67 and they can be either chassis or wall mounted. Input and outputs are via 500mm flying leads as standard. However these can be other lengths and terminated with any connector required to suit the customers’ specific application if required. All models feature over voltage, over current and short circuit protection. Operating temperature range is -10 to +40 degrees C and humidity 10 to 90% RH non-condensing. Standby power consumption is ≤0.3 Watts max with no output load connected.

ANSMANN manufacture all types of rechargeable and primary cell battery packs (NiMH, Lithium and Alkaline) both in hard and soft cases, designed and produced according to customer specifications. ANSMANN also offer a wide range of standard battery chargers and power supplies or bespoke designs to suit your application; with sales and technical support, quality control and warehousing in the UK. ANSMANN UK LTD 0870 609 2299

Input is Class II safety with 3000VAC input to output isolation. All models meet all relevant EMC requirements and TUV safety approvals. These products are very compact with the PS12MK unit measuring only 56 x 39 x

26mm, the PS20MK 64 x 47 x 28mm and the PS36MK unit 133 x 50 x 34mm. The PS MK Series are ideal for a variety of applications such as LED lighting, CCTV cameras or any other low power electronic equipment requiring a power supply for harsh environments. Pricing is very competitive and full details of these and similar products can be found on our website:

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New icotek KEL-DP time and cost saving alternative to traditional cable glands now available from Foremost Electronics

Foremost Electronics, the engineering-led Essex based importer and specialist distributor of electromechanical components, announces new additions to icotek’s market leading range of cable entry plates, the KEL-DP 25 version A and KEL-DP 32 version A and B. KEL-DP products offer high cable density and are a simple to use cost saving alternative to traditional cable glands. The KEL-DP is a hygienic design, free of dirt-collecting recesses and provides environmental protection IP65 / UL type 12. The new products fit standard metric M25 and M32 cut-outs and, depending on the model up to 13 different cables can be inserted through a single gland. The KEL-DP range can accommodate cable diameters from 5.2 to 8mm and are suitable for mounting in enclosure wall thicknesses from 1.5 - 4mm. For more information call

+44 (0)1371 811171 email

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