Archive for July, 2012

Upgraded laserjet printers

Get heavy-duty reliability and breakthrough speed with the HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 series of printers, available from distributor Drive Control Corporation (DCC). The three models in the series, the M601, M602 and M603, come in a range of configurations to suit the needs of small to medium businesses as well as large enterprise workgroups. Every […]

Metal-cased LED power supply

Mean Well has introduced the new 70 W high efficiency metal case LED power supply, featuring high output voltage and low current rating (the HLG-60H-C) series, to fulfill the demands of low- to middle wattage LED lighting applications. With a full range of 90 – 305 V AC input, the new series has 350 mA […]

Bespoke enclosures

NewElec’s PMPT enclosure manufacturing facility allows customers to develop their own enclosure design with, for example, sub-D holes, cut outs, air slots, pocket millings and push-outs. After completion of the prototype, NewElec can then promptly deliver a high quality product in small or large quantities as required. The PMPT process allows faster development times with […]

Single beam non-dispersive infrared analysers

The 7000SB single beam analysers from Signal Group offer a range of general purpose instruments suitable for all applications where high sensitivity is not required but reliable readings are essential. They offer cost-effective analysis with all the functionality of their more expensive cousins the 7000FM analysers. The 7000SBs are ideally suited to those applications where […]

Level sensor uses guided wave radar

Ifm electronic’s Efector GWR operates to the principle of guided wave radar and measures level using electromagnetic pulses in the nanosecond range. The sensor is suited to continuous level monitoring in almost all liquids including aqueous media, coolants, cleaning agents and oils, and offers high flexibility due to its modular sensor system. Versions are available […]

Industrial Ethernet performance

Information from RJ Connect Moxa has introduced new 10GbE/GbE rackmount switches with industrial-grade qualities that clearly set them apart from comparable commercial solutions. Thanks to the hardened reliability of Moxa’s industrial rackmount switches, network operators can enjoy 10GbE/GbE performance with industrial-grade reliability in the harshest of environments, and dramatically reduce the downtime caused by EMI […]

Integrating photogrammetry with traditional survey applications

by Ken Joyce, Martin Koehler and Michael Vogel, Trimble The camera in a Trimble Vision instrument captures millions of survey observations almost instantaneously. This article explains how the pixels in streaming video and still images become survey observations through the integration of calibrated cameras with optical total stations. Please download the PDF

Safety command devices expanded

The range of Leuze electronic Safety Command Devices has been expanded and is now available with a variety of EBS E-Stop buttons. The units can be supplied in housings that are suitable for mounting either on machines or in systems. The devices are operated by pressing the red E-Stop button which is common practice with […]

The future of mobile computers is rugged

by Jerker Hellström, CEO, Handheld Group We are going through a radical shift in the way people work and use computers. Increasing availability and affordability of wireless broadband is giving the global workforce true mobility, for the first time in history. Many of them will use smartly designed mobile rugged computers for their everyday computing […]

Focused on reducing energy

The coal sector is being confronted by the same pressure to reduce energy costs as other mining sectors and Zest WEG Group’s Middelburg branch is fielding an increasing number of customer requests to assess their mining operations and plants and recommend energy-reducing measures. At Optimum Coal’s Kwagga Project, which was commissioned at the end of […]