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FLEXIBLE HIGH DATA MODULE


LOW THERMAL MASS HUMIDITY SENSOR


Designed for use in test chambers or with air handling units in cleanrooms, the HMP9 miniature humidity and temperature probe from Vaisala is lightweight and has a very fast thermal response for improved performance. At just 5mm in diameter, the


probe’s body enables it to adapt to environments faster, and improves access in tight


spaces where traditional-sized probes won’t fit. In addition to relative


humidity and temperature, the HMP9 provides measurements of other calculated humidity parameters, such as dew point temperature, wet-bulb temperature, absolute humidity, mixing ratio, water concentration, water vapour pressure and enthalpy.


ROTATION WITH PRECISION


prototype phase and simplifies testing thanks to a minimised setup duration. For applications in harsh


environments, such as when used during mobile data acquisition for trucks or construction vehicles, a rugged version called the SomatXR MX471C-R CAN FD has been


developed. This module is shock resistant with an IP65/IP67 degree of protection. Thanks to its modular


concept, extensive and flexible measuring setups are possible, with simple connection and high accuracy. For mobile use in difficult conditions, specialised DAQ modules are available.


To meet the measurement accuracy requirements of an increasingly precise market for gauging rotating parts, norelem’s latest range of concentricity gauges ensures staying in tolerance doesn’t put you in a spin. The gauges allow meticulous


testing processes on external, internal and plane surfaces of a variety of rotating parts. A swivel contact roller


simplifies the positioning of the workpiece while light sliding guides allow the dial gauges to be placed anywhere. The


❱❱ Precision gauge measures concentricity, coaxiality, perpendicularity and run-out of rotating parts


measuring rollers have a parallelism and coaxiality of a maximum of 0.2 micrometres.


RANGE OF BEE-SIZED MINIATURE OBJECT DETECTORS


interfering reflections. With conventional sensors, such disturbances can result in inconsistent performance and operations being slowed down. This means the 0200 sensors will be particularly appreciated in narrow system designs, which are often found in the semiconductor and electronics sectors. The 0200 sensors high-power


mode ensure reliable detection of challenging objects such as


❱❱ Optical sensor detects even high gloss or transparent targets for reliable detection in industrial automation applications


ultra-black or angled objects with extremely high light absorption. This, combined with their miniature design and light weight, means they can be directly mounted on a robotic gripper arm. Furthermore, options with


integral V-optics and a focused


light beam, ensure reliable and precise detection of small, glossy or transparent objects. The 0200 sensors are ready


for industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (lloT) and the latest IO-Link standard allows for automatic configuration. Also, they deliver additional


information such as operating hours or switch-on cycles and other data to help users optimise process performance.


June 2019 /// Testing & Test Houses /// 5


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