See new products at Sensors and Systems show

08 July 2011

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See new products at Sensors and Systems showExhibitors at the new Sensors and Systems Show, which takes place on 14/15 September 2011 at the FIVE Building in Farnborough, will be exhibiting their latest sensing and measurement products.

Impress Sensors & Systems

Visitors to stand A5 will have the opportunity to view new pressure and level transmitters from Impress Sensors & Systems. These will include: a range of submersible level transmitters with 'Dual' 4-20mA current loop outputs for both level and temperature measurement; the DM01 high-accuracy digital pressure gauge with integrated data logging and serial interface; the DCT Series digital output pressure transmitters with RS485 communications; and the DMP339 1/4-inch flush diaphragm pressure transmitter. Also unveiled at the show will be the new DMP304 range of ultra-high-pressure transmitters.

Sam Drury, Sales & Marketing Director at Impress Sensors & Systems, comments: "We want to make the stand more interactive for visitors to the show, so there will be more working demonstrations of our pressure and level transmitters, as well as a live set up showing the CMC-99 controller and indicators connected to a working control panel"

The CMC-99 is suitable for a wide range of process applications, including centralised temperature measurement and control, multi-zone heating control, intermediate pumping station control, spraying and heating control for greenhouses, control of industrial furnaces and incinerators, and for engine test cell measurements.


On stand P18 Testo will be showcasing its range of high-quality thermal imaging cameras that are now even more affordable despite their extensive features.

New to the market in 2011 is the new generation of data loggers, which offer exceptional user-friendliness and security. The range consists of 13 products for recording temperature, humidity and absolute pressure.

Micro Movements

Micro Movements has specialised in the design and manufacture of data recording and analysis instrumentation for almost 40 years. The systems have been used in many industrial and research areas, particularly in the aerospace, automotive and defence fields. On its stand the company will be demonstrating the MML5425 multi-channel data recorder, several of which have recently been supplied to the MoD. This extremely compact standalone system offers the ability to work in high-shock environments (up to 500 'g'). Each 12-channel system measures only 48 x 42 x 42mm including the computer interface. The recorders have 16-bit resolution with a sample rate of up to 25k per channel, together with onboard processing and a generous 6Gb of memory.

The modular system starts with a base 'slice' that can accommodate up to eight sensor input Bridge 'slices'. Each Bridge 'slice' contains three analogue input channels that then are stacked or daisy-chained to create a system. Connecting to the base 'slice' is easy: one cable contains power, communication and control signals.

Workshops and registration

Sensors+Systems has an extensive programme of free workshops and seminars. Places can be reserved online, and there is FREE registration for e-tickets, at Early booking is advised, as space on the workshops and seminars is limited.


For information about exhibiting at the Sensors and Systems show contact Gail Downham on +44 (0)1822 614671 or email .

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