Phoenix Contact’s (Middletown, PA) new EMpro measuring devices detect, monitor, and analyze electrical characteristics, such as voltage,
current, power, consumption, harmonics, and network asymmetries of machines and systems. This data can help engineers make informed
decisions about the energy consumption and energy quality of their
system. Features include:
The ability to work as stand-alone units or as part of an energy
management system with plug-in expansion modules.
Network communication interfaces that include Ethernet, RS-485,
and PROFIBUS DP.
A pushbutton configuration navigation menu on the front of
The availability of 2 separate devices for DIN rails, EEM-MA250,
Expanded Environmental Operation
BEI Sensors (Goleta, CA) has
announced its expanded
options and a new IP69K
rating on the highly
configurable 9960 series.
Validated to key aspects
of ISO-7637-2, the 9960
Series is also compatible
with the harsh transients found in vehicle
battery system. Features include:
Availability with 9-30 VDC in/4-20 mA
current out and 15-30 VDC in/0-10 VDC out.
A 360° turn capability.
Non-contacting Hall effect technology.
Long Life in Harsh Apps Hammer Union pressure transducers from Automation Products Group (APG) (Logan, UT) are now ATEX (II 1G Ex ia IIB T4 Ga) and IECEx (EX ia IIB T4 Ga) certified for use in hazardous and explosive areas. Engineered for use with highly abrasive and corrosive media, the transducers are designed to provide long life in harsh oil patch environ- ments in applications such as mud logging, cementing, fracturing, acidizing and measure- ment while drilling. Features include: Shock and vibration resistance (100 g for 11 msec). Better than ±0.25% combined linearity. Availability with either 0 to 5 VDC or 4 to 20 mA output.
Industry standard electrical connectors for simplified installation.
A true 20 mA “calibration shunt."