Vision Engineering has unveiled a revolutionary digital 3D stereoscopic display technology. Unlike traditional mono digital microscopes, Vision Engineering’s Deep Reality Viewer (DRV) creates stereo high definition 3D images, without using a monitor or requiring operators to wear headsets or specialist glasses: images ‘float’ in front of a mirror.
London Electronics Ltd makes a wide range of high performance yet affordable large digital displays, digital panel meters and controllers, all designed and built in the UK.
Knowing the right way to carry out experiments is imperative. Find out why weighing plays such an important role in this process and learn how instrument maintenance, ambient temperature, air drafts, magnetism, static and more, influence the accuracy of your results with a new guide from Mettler Toledo.
Oil Condition Monitoring world leader, Tan Delta Systems, is pleased to announce the availability of the OQSx Ex II real-time oil condition monitoring sensor which is ATEX Zone 2 certified to enable deployment on equipment operating in hazardous areas.
The iNET-600 Series A/D module from Omega Engineering provides 16SE/8DI voltage input channels each of which are independently software programmable with Windows software that supports the direct connection to many common sensor types.
Midland Metrology is pleased to mark its 30th anniversary this year, with continued growth and expansion.
Once again, TMD Technologies Limited (TMD) world leading West London based microwave and RF manufacturer, exhibited at the EMV Exhibition and Conference in Stuttgart, Germany.
RODAR has announced the launch of its NEW FHB and FHU Range of Dual and Single Axis, In-Place Inclinometers.
METTLER TOLEDO’s newly launched XPR6U ultra-microbalance offers a welcomed combination of usability and accuracy that is critical in industries where sample sizes are small and productivity must be maintained.
Midland Metrology Ltd is a longstanding specialist that has been providing a ‘total service to industry’, ever since its establishment by Bob Coles in October 1988.
Measuring Partial Discharge (PD) activity online is nowadays widely accepted by electrical engineers worldwide for assessing the condition of live MV and HV assets.