Monthly Archives: April 2015

World’s smallest Ex-proof encoders

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SCA24EX and SCH24EX encoders from Scancon are mainly used on different types of panels in rig control houses and painting cabins. They are also used directly as non-contact potentiometers with the turn-knob mounted directly on the shaft. SCA24EX  Ex-Proof Shaft Encoder The smallest EX-Proof encoder on the market ATEX & IECEx Zone 1 Certified Ø […]

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Measurement Technology Bulk Tank Display

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LCI-90i-BT Bulk Tank Display from Measurement Technology User Interface designed for Bulk Tank applications Displays up to (2) Bulk Tanks Sealed 316 SS panel with optional enclosures suitable for on-deck installations High visibility electroluminescent (EL) display Drop in replacement for many legacy tank monitoring displays Local / Remote display stations Scaled analog outputs for connecting to […]

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E2S Electronic Siren

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The A131 is a high output 131dB(A) @ 1 meter electronic siren in a compact and easy to install package. Using up to four speakers, it can be mounted in a variety of ways and is ideal as a plant alarm to cover outdoor locations, areas with high background noise or smaller COMAH (Seveso II) […]

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Remee Loose Tube Fiber Optic Cable

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Most loose tube fiber optic cables are available either gel-free or gel-filled, Remee offers both. Although end performance is essentially the same, there are some key differences in construction. The Similarities Both gel-free and gel filled fiber optic cable pass all current industry requirements. Both are designed with the flexibility to withstand the rigors of […]

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Tensiometer for Payout Measurement

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In response to customer demand MTNW is announcing the new RL-05-P tensiometer specifically designed for line speed and payout monitoring applications. Eliminating the force transducer in the RL-05 tensiometer has allowed MTNW to tailor the design for payout monitoring and to simplify the construction of the tensiometer to allow for a reduced price point. Paired […]

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