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SENSOR+TEST 2019 - The Measurement Fair - 25 - 27 June 2019, Nuremberg, Germany
Your contact person:
Nicole Heidemann
+49 (0)5033 9639-13

Dear Mister/Miss ,

Today’s newsletter is dedicated to our special topic at the SENSOR+TEST 2019:
"Sensor and Measuring Technology for Process Automation". The comprehensive networking and digitization of sensors and measuring systems in the sense of industry 4.0 will remain in the focus of attention. Have a look at the various areas of applications, which this topic is covering.
The positive response from the exhibitors promises an exciting and diverse special forum. If you are interested to join as exhibitor, do not wait any longer! There are just 3 spots left. Enjoy reading!

With best regards from your SENSOR+TEST Team!

Nicole Heidemann


Topics of the newsletter


Portable Vibration Measurement System for Fast Results in Real Time

IfTA presents the lightweight portable vibration measurement system IfTA DynaGo. Signals are acquired via 4 analog input channels for the most common sensor types - voltage, current, IEPE, charge and strain gauge. Here IfTA DynaGo integrates the well-known IfTA FleXense technology, which means maximum input flexibility and…

IfTA Ingenieurbüro für Thermoakustik GmbH, Gröbenzell (Germany), Hall 1, Booth 1-515


Inline density sensor DGF-I1 for binary & pure gases

They monitor gases and gas mixtures in the running process in the smallest spaces and with minimal quantities of the medium. The sensor does not only measure density, but also temperature and pressure - for precise monitoring of product quality and…

TrueDyne Sensors AG, Reinach (Switzerland), Hall 1,
Booth 1-464


DATAEAGLE X-treme IO 2730 - Cable replacement instead of cable clutter

Transmitting analog and digital IO signals easily and reliably by radio
Replacing cables by radio links – this is a technology having been proven for many years particularly in process technology. In practical terms, this means: Easy installation with reduced maintenance effort. Therefore,...

Schildknecht AG, Murr (Germany), Hall 5, Booth 5-106/10-13


World's smallest: disynet presents the smallest triaxial accelerometer for measurements up to 650°C, currently available on the market!

When measuring vibrations at high temperatures, DMS-based sensors quickly reach their limits. Piezoelectric charge-mode sensors with suitable cables are a considerably better choice for those applications.
Most high temperature sensors currently available on the market are too big for the often limited mounting space.

disynet GmbH, Brüggen (Germany), Hall 1, Booth 1-200


Measurement of high voltage, current and power – HV Breakout-Modules

In the area of fast high-voltage measurement technology, CSM has developed HV Breakout Modules (HV BM). The 1- or 3-phase modules can safely, precisely and synchronously measure high voltages and currents in high-voltage environments with a data rate of up to 1 MHz. They also offer...

CSM Computer-Systeme-Messtechnik GmbH, Filderstadt (Germany), Hall 1, Booth 1-300


Special Session on the special topic

The lecture program on the special topic is already available at the SENSOR+TEST website. With your visitor ticket you have free access to the forums. 
The speakers and we look forward to your visit!

AMA Service GmbH, Wunstorf (Germany)



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