Mass flow sensing for high accuracy measurement

05 January, 2003 by Sam Kresch, Product Manager, Fluid Components International

Accurate flow measurement impacts process safety, throughput, recipe, quality and cost, affecting bottom line profit or loss. Obtaining accurate flow measurement begins with selecting the best flowmeter technology for the specific application media

LCD touchscreens

12 November, 2002 | Supplied by: Active Components Australia Pty Ltd

Active Components has available a range of LCD touchscreens from Truly Semiconductors.

Fluorescent displays

12 November, 2002 | Supplied by: Tenrod Australia Pty Ltd

Noritake has introduced the 7000 series, the low cost feature rich graphic capable character range of VDF modules. This range of VFDs is both character and graphic capable and features the new user definable windowing function that provides the user with independently controlled windows that is capable of displaying text and graphics simultaneously.

Bendable screens

04 November, 2002

It has been reported that DuPont, Sarnoff and Lucent technologies will work together to develop a display technology that could lead to thin, flexible monitors that can be wrapped around curved surfaces or rolled up and put away or carried. The project is to be sponsored by the Advanced Technology Program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Control Sensors

08 October, 2002 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

The MTS range of displacement sensors provides a method of position feedback. The magnetostrictive technology allows these sensors to be used in a wide range of applications including those where there may be high shock and vibration such as moulding machines, saw milling and hydraulic cylinders.

Sensor for Transplant Organs

08 August, 2002

Scientists at University of Ulster have developed sensors that are inserted in transplant organs to monitor if there has been any deterioration in the organs condition since being removed from the donor.

LCD Manufacturing

25 June, 2002

Using the two company's joint venture, Philips Electronics and LG Electronics plan to expand capacity of LCD panels and large-screen desktop monitors. Production will begin in the first half of 2003.

Philips invents technology for paintable displays

28 May, 2002

Scientists from Philips have fabricated flat panel displays through simple coating techniques similar to painting. Philips claims that this makes displays cheaper, thinner and provides great design freedom.

Graphic Touchscreen HMI

09 April, 2002 | Supplied by: DAC Electronics Pty Ltd

Maple Systems has released its latest generation of graphic touchscreen operator interfaces. The HMI900 series is available in 22.5 cm black/amber EL together with 25 and 30 cm 256-colour TFT touchscreens. All feature the latest in Microcell technology for exceptional graphics clarity and touch accuracy.

Microprinting cuts biodetector sensor size

09 April, 2002

Looking to cut biodetector size and cost, Washington State University researchers have applied microprinting to the design of lab-on-a-chip systems.

LCD Monitor

09 April, 2002 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric IT Australia

APC has announced its all-in-one, 1U combined liquid crystal display monitor/keyboard drawer that optimises space I racks and enclosures.

Flat Panel Monitor

13 March, 2002 | Supplied by: Balmoral Technologies Pty Ltd

The Xycom range of industrial monitors has been expanded to include an 18" flat version. This range provides a bright view of automated industrial applications regardless of angle or light conditions.

Proximity Sensor

13 March, 2002 | Supplied by: Micromax Pty Ltd

Turck has introduced the Q10 compact inductive sensors. They are low cost, long range sensing devices that fit and function where standard size units do not.

Worldwide workstation shipments decline

13 February, 2002

Worldwide workstation shipments totalled 1.4 million in 2001, an 11% decline from 2000, according to preliminary results from Dataquest Inc., a unit of Gartner.

Chemical sensor based on experimental physics

19 December, 2001

Scientists have found evidence of the long-suspected phenomenon that tiny electrical currents are produced when molecules interact with metal surfaces.

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