AEMC ® ’s new hand-held graphic MTX Mobile Multimeters offer a resolution of 100,000 counts, 0.02 percent basic accuracy and up to a 200-kHz bandwidth.
Balluff’s networking product line now includes a full I/O and RFID connectivity solution for a CC-Link fieldbus network.
HBM’s catman®AP data acquisition software uses convenient display filters to help users keep track when there are large numbers of measurement channels.
Meeting in the middle: Wireless sensor networks must reduce power requirements, while energy harvesting technology continues to improve.
Using wireless data and automating PID loop closure can help better control operations.
The Chem.Info editors are constantly on the lookout for emerging technologies. Here are our picks for 2011.
TandD's RTR-500GSM mobile base station can “push” current readings and recorded data to cell phones, PCs and servers.
The LIT25 level indicating transmitter from Greyline Instruments uses an ultrasonic sensor to accurately measure tank levels.
TandD Corporation's RTR-500 data logging system provides the ability to monitor and download data without the need to physically retrieve the loggers.
Omega’s new wi-8 series of wireless monitoring and control systems can monitor up to 8 wireless sensors.
The Level Plus® model MG liquid level transmitter from MTS Sensors features 3-in-1 measurement of the product level, interface level and average temperature.
Huntsman Corporation undertook an aggressive program to eliminate injuries, product defects, and environmental releases at their Port Neches facility using a completely mobile solution.
Detcon's advanced wireless cordless system can be used with numerous gas detection sensors, as well as a wide range of industrial automation products and process measurement devices.
The TankScan ® remote level monitoring system gathers tank-level data via micropower impulse radar.
Inside BP’s Cherry Point refinery, wireless sensors continuously monitor temperature, pressure and vibrations during essential operations.
Israel’s roundabout way of taking a stance on wireless regulation standards reminds me of last year's PETA campaign to re-brand fish as "sea-kittens.”
Measurement data can be displayed to allow remote monitoring of process status in real time.
The IT giant is using sensor networks to measure the temperature, pH and speed of waterways in order to manage water quality.
A new version of Apprion's IONizer industrial wireless networking appliance can integrate wireless sensor network gateways based on either ISA100.11a or WirelessHART™ standards.
HMS Industrial Networks has launched the Anybus gateway family to enable a Profibus-DP Master to read and write J1939 network data for control and monitoring tasks.
FL3100H UV/IR and FL3101H UV flame detectors from General Monitors detect fires over a wide field of view and provide direct alarm outputs while maintaining false alarm immunity.
BinMaster presents its BinLink® Web-based monitoring solution to enable remote wireless inventory management of stored materials from any computer connected to the Internet anywhere in the world.
What life would be like if engineers didn't develop wireless technology.
We keep an eye on things that seem to be flying under the radar, one example of which is wireless plant technology.