Trident Exhibitions Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Exhibitors bring new products to the Sensors and Systems Show.
Over 65% of the show space has already been booked at the all new 'Sensors and Systems Show' running from 14th to 15th September 2011 at the FIVE Building in Farnborough, with companies such as Beamex, Bruel & Kjaer, ESI Technology, HBM, Honeywell, Meggitt Sensing Systems and National Instruments taking stands, to name just a few.
Many of the companies will be using the event to introduce the latest developments in their products. Amongst these are Magnetrol's latest air and gas flowmeters and Renishaw's newest level magnetic encoder.
At a first glance the Thermatel enhanced model TA2 looks identical to the original design but it's much more. All standard input voltages (AC and DC) are accepted and the rotatable housing allows positioning of the display to the customers liking.
The display, two lines with sixteen characters each, is now backlit this allows easy reading in bad weather conditions or dark environments. The four push-button keypad facilitates easy configuration allowing the customer to make modifications in the field.
The Enhanced Model TA2 can be calibrated for one or two different gasses or two completely different ranges, thus also increasing turndown ratio or providing more flexibility. By updating the sensors and sensor design, higher velocities can be measured, and a faster response to changing conditions is obtained.
In addition, the new design reduces blockage of flow through the window and reduces orientation sensitivity. There is also a second optional mA output for temperature or flow.
Renishaw, a world leading engineering technologies company, will be exhibiting the latest additions to its range of position feedback encoders at the Sensors and Systems exhibition.
Visitors to stand B17 will see a new component level magnetic encoder, a new absolute optical encoder with a range of serial communications options, and new additions to Renishaw's popular TONIC range of incremental encoders.
Renishaw's TONIC incremental optical encoders provide the accuracy of fragile fine-pitch encoders, but in a rugged, simple-to-install package. New additions to the range of linear and rotary encoders include 1 nm and 2 nm resolutions, a dual output encoder interface, UHV compatible formats and compatibility with Renishaw's Dual Signal Interface (DSi) for high accuracy angle encoding.
The new show dedicated to sensing and measurement for control and instrumentation offers engineers an easy route to see and learn all about the latest products in this industry.
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