Metrel advances ring continuity adapter technology
Metrel says its new A2214 ring continuity adapter represents another advance in a long line of technical improvements, taking the legwork out of testing ring final circuits.
Greaves 3D and Igus bring racing to students at Northampton university
Igus, Greaves 3D Engineering and the University of Northampton have come together to introduce the new racing simulator.
New Parker motion controller series is powerful and modular
Parker Hannifin is releasing a new motion controller range for the global industrial automation market. Intelligent, multi-axis Parker motion controllers combine machine logic, real-time motion control, advanced safety features and visualisation in a completely scalable solution.
Bearings maximise performance and efficiency of motors
NSK has been busy developing new ranges of bearings specifically for industrial motors, helping to increase motor performance and increase energy efficiency.
Oriental Motor adopts ease of use strategy
Oriental Motor says its AZ stepper motor series is specifically designed for ease of integration and versatility, all in a compact form factor.
Four factors driving the growth of Edge Computing
Greg Hookings, director of business development for the EMEA region at Stratus Technologies, examines the push of Edge Computing into the mainstream.
New Eplan Platform delivers more speed in engineering
The new Eplan Platform 2023 is streamlining and accelerating project planning with new cloud-based device management and multi-standard support for schematic macros.
Teledyne Flir debuts dew point meter for compressed air systems
Teledyne Flir has introduced the Extech RH600 dew point meter for accurate and fast dew point temperature measurement primarily positioned to prevent problems associated with water vapor in compressed air systems.
High-performance, small-size TFT display modules
Display solutions and embedded systems provider, Review Display Systems (RDS) has announced the introduction of a new range of high-performance, small-size TFT display modules.
Cobot performance raised to a whole new level
The latest addition to the RARUK Automation collaborative robot range is the 6-axis, high payload, long reach UR20, the most capable and competitive robot Universal Robots has ever built.
New electromagnetic brake is immune to remanence
If dynamic braking processes occur in an application, the housing of the brake becomes magnetically energised. This so-called remanence (residual magnetism) can lead to restrictions within the machine or system and consequently to increased costs.
Oldham couplings for food and beverage equipment
Oldham couplings, manufactured by Ruland and available in the UK from Acorn Industrial Services, meet the needs food and beverage equipment due to their misalignment accommodation, zero-backlash properties, and balanced design.
Toothed belt drive actuators are compact and flexible
The precise linear actuators from Norelem represent a standard solution available from stock to automate linear movements with ease. A toothed belt drive ensures smooth and synchronous transmission even of heavy and constant loads.
Contactless system monitoring for predictive maintenance
Igus is always striving to improve what moves and with its Smart Plastic range. Now it is going one step further, improving what moves before it breaks with predictive maintenance technology.
Shield connections for the PCB
Phoenix Contact is extending its portfolio of PCB connection technology for data transmission with the new solderable SH-PCB 6 shield clamp.
Fast, compact, powerful energy-saving palletising robots
Yaskawa has upgraded its Motoman PL Series of all-round, high-performance palletising robots with features including newly tuned kinematics and the latest generation of Sigma7 drive technology.
Quick and effective clamping with new LAC-FL cam lever
The newest addition to the Elesa brand of machine components is the LAC-FL cam lever. This lever allows quick and effective clamping of panels, such as a door to a frame or structure.
Four ways to make your vacuum system more efficient
Martina Höller, electrical technology product manager at SMC, outlines four simple ways in which you can reduce the energy consumption of your vacuum system, focusing in particular on vacuum ejectors.
IDS adds numerous new USB3 cameras to its product range
In the CP and LE camera series of the uEye+ product line from IDS, customers can choose the right model for their applications from a total of six housing variants and numerous CMOS sensors.
Design considerations for choosing a linear rail
Japh Humphries, UK sales and commercial manager at Matara UK, looks at the considerations for specifying a linear rail, and highlights five common mistakes to avoid.

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