Test & measure

Toroidal electron spectrometer exported to Germany

12 May, 2003

La Trobe University physicists have reversed the traditional direction of technology flow by designing and building a toroidal electron spectrometer and exporting it to Germany.


Logic testing

15 April, 2003 | Supplied by: Metromatics Pty Ltd

Huntron Instruments has released the Tracker 2700 which now extends the capabilities of power-off testing to troubleshoot low voltage logic circuitry.


Panel meter

18 March, 2003 | Supplied by: Control Devices Australia

The Ditel Gamma-M is designed to accept signals from load cells, pressure transmitters, potentiometers etc, to measure weight, load, torque, pressure or displacement. With an external shunt, the Gamma-M can also read DC current.


Australian calibration centre

11 February, 2003

NewTek Support Pty Ltd has an approved calibration centre which services and calibrates the range of National Instrument hardware products in Australia.


Calibrators

12 November, 2002 | Supplied by: Dunham Instruments

Time Electronics has released a current/voltage loop calibrator, available in two standards: the 1047 with an accuracy of 0.05% FS and the 1048 with an accuracy of 0.02% FS.


Automated Test Tags

08 October, 2002 | Supplied by: Emona Instruments Pty Ltd

The Seaward ProTag Testing and Tagging System is claimed to be Australia's first portable appliance testing system to print test tags on-site.


Calibration Management

14 August, 2002

Davidson Measurement and IntelEng announced they are combining to provide a solution to calibration management. They will be known as Davidson eCalibration Services.


Electronic Taster

26 June, 2002

Scientist at Cardiff University in Wales are developing an alarm system that will provide warning of potentially harmful contamination in water supplies.


Tooth decay detector

25 April, 2002

Tooth decay could soon be detected without resorting to potentially harmful x-rays by using a novel electrical technique developed by dental researchers at the University of Dundee in an unusual partnership with textile experts at another Scottish university, Heriot Watt.


Tracing intermittent electrical faults

05 March, 2002 | Supplied by: http://www.fluke.com.au

There's probably not a service engineer on the planet that wouldn't agree that intermittent electrical faults are the most difficult to trace. Although these may seem like random disasters, invariably they have a sound physical cause


Current Monitoring

14 August, 2001 | Supplied by: http://www.weidmuller.com.au/

Weidmuller has released a range of Wavecontrol current monitoring modules with optional screw or tension clamp connections.


Fluke Networks Acquires Microtest

10 July, 2001

Fluke Networks, part of the Danaher family of companies, and Microtest have signed an agreement to acquire Microtest, a producer of test and connectivity products.


Calibrator Multimeter

15 May, 2001 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

The Extech CMM15 process calibrator multimeter is a DC mA voltage calibrator combined with a true RMS multimeter.


Bus Analyser

01 December, 2000 | Supplied by: http://www.yokogawa.com.au

The Yokogawa DL1540CL digital oscilloscope - which has a colour TFT LCD and large recording memory - is now available with a new I2C bus analysis option. This turns the DL1540CL into an I2C bus analyser.


Signal Calculator

17 November, 2000 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

PRetrans 5115 is a signal calculator featuring the four arithmetical operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It is possible to perform redundancy measurements with two input signals or to duplicate the input signal. The signal calculator has programmable input for RTD, TC, mV, Ohm, mA, and V. At the same time it features programmable response time as well as programmable current/voltage output.


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