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The Sensl PCDMini photon counting module — available from AP Technologies — is mains powered and has an integrated active quench, giving a fast TTL output.
The Kikusui TOS6200 earth continuity tester from Telonic Instruments perform the earth continuity tests required for Class I devices by various safety standards.
This catalogue presents WDS’s range of swing bolts and fork ends. The catalogue also covers DIN rod ends, swivel-eye rose joints and angle joints.
LC Automation has launched its product catalogue for 2014–15. In this third edition, the company provides product details, buyer guides and more.
An infrared oven from Heraeus Noblelight is enabling the drying and curing of paint and lacquer on injection-moulded keypads at Kestrel’s Plymouth factory.
Graham Richard, mayor of Fort Wayne, Indiana, has formed an Executive Quality Council to apply a Minitab-driven Six Sigma methodology to improve services for citizens.
This guide from Sensonics explains the basics of vibration and expansion measurement techniques relating to turbine and auxiliary plant equipment. The guide starts with an introduction to the basic transducers available for plant mounting with associated options and details the various measurement techniques used as standard throughout the power industry.
Berg Propulsion manufacturers ship propellers for a variety of vessels. Safety and reliability are vital for marine propulsion. According to Anders Christofferson, managing director at Berg Propulsion, Loctite products — for example the Loctite 638 retaining compound, the Loctite 7063 cleaner and degreaser and the Loctite 243 threadlocker — increase the reliability of the company’s propellers.
AVX has launched the FRC series of medium-power DC-link film capacitors, which feature a range of capacitance and voltage values in addition to self-healing properties.
Latest Case Studies
Cardiff University’s Cardiff Racing Formula Student team is using Sigmadrive motor controllers from PG Drives Technology in its first electric-powered Formula Student vehicle. Curtis-Wright’s Industrial division supplied the technology via Lynch Motor Company.