Touch displays, such as for smartphones and tablets, use ultra-thin glass, which brings special challenges for temperature measurement technology in their manufacturing
Kobold’s has on offer the Kobold MIK, a compact, magnetic-inductive flowmeter, combining a large measuring range, from at 0.01 l/min and currently to 700 l/min, and six different measuring tube sizes, from G ½ male to G 2 ¾ male; perfect for users with smaller to medium-sized measuring ranges.
Non-contact temperature measurement is put to very good use in the medical industry, for example in temperature-sensitive treatments as well as in production and development processes.
A major supplier of nitrogen generators has selected Michell’s XTP601 oxygen analyzer to ensure N2 quality as part of its engineered systems for the oil and gas industry in the middle east.
Optris has launched CTratio, offering many improved parameters and new features such as the low bottom temperature of 275 °C, a maximum ambient temperature of up to 315 °C without cooling, and a green sighting laser.
IoT water level pilot project with a surprising outcome at Kololo Game Reserve.
Keller has upgraded the ARC1, Keller's IoT communications module, to the latest transmission technology with NB-IoT (narrow band) and LTE-M.
Operated by electromagnetic measurement, a voltage is induced in a conductor moving through a magnetic field.
With an all stainless steel body and temperature measurement for fuel consumption, the Kobold DOE offers different pulse output options including one to measure pulsating flow from, for example, peristaltic pumps.
KOBOLD’s NSV level monitors to measure low-density (powdery), fine-grained bulk solids, such as plastic granules, cement, and food like flour, sugar and animal feed.