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SENSOR+TEST 2021 - The Measurement Fair - 10 - 12 May 2022, Nuremberg, Germany
 
 
Your contact person:
Jeanette Müller
+49 (0)5033 9639-17

Dear Mister/Miss ,

The SENSOR+TEST is over now and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for your participation as a digital or live visitor. We were very pleased with the course of the fair and hope that you felt the same way. As in previous years, we will  publish the short analysis of the SENSOR+TEST on our website by end of June. Now we hope you enjoy reading today's selection of news.

With kind regards from your SENSOR+TEST team

Jeanette Müller

 

Topics of the newsletter

 

m+p Coda - Measure and Monitor Data Reliably

With m+p Coda, we provide a reliable system for data acquisition and monitoring, from two to several thousands of channels. Thanks to m+p Coda’s support of various hardware types and sensors with individual sampling frequencies, m+p Coda adapts flexibly to your measurement requirements. Our experts will support you to configure m+p Coda to suit your application.

The user-friendly interface allows an efficient display of measurement data in real time, without any programming knowledge. With functions such as grouping, naming and...

m+p international Mess- und Rechnertechnik GmbH, Hannover (Germany)

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Easy to order: New GTM force transducer configurator

Individual series K force transducers configured in just one minute

Ordering GTM's most popular force transducer model, the Series K, is now very easy: Simply browse to the product page, configure, order, and insert. The individual force sensor can be put together within one minute - and that with a selection of more than 13,000 possible force transducer variants.

The force transducers of the Series K have a nominal force range of 200 N to 630 kN and, with an accuracy class of 0.02 to 0.05, are the premium class among GTM's force sensors. They use the bending ring principle as a single integrated measuring process for...

GTM Testing and Metrology GmbH, Bickenbach (Germany)

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High-precision temperature sensors with extremely low power consumption and very high resolution

Outstanding accuracy of 0.1°C, a very low-noise signal with a resolution superior to 0.0001°C and virtually perfect long-term stability and repeatability – these are the incredible features of the Angst+Pfister Sensors and Power (APSP) temperature sensors of the SMT172 series.
The output signal can be connected directly to a micro-controller to perform both analog and digital evaluations with little effort. This special output signal also enables high-precision measurements over long lines without an additional driver stage or...

Angst+Pfister Sensors and Power AG, Zürich (Schwitzerland)

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How to perform battery testing effectively using the EX1401 isolated thermocouple and voltage measurement instrument

Today, advanced batteries are widely used in transportation, commercial industries, aerospace and defense industries, as well as in portable electronic devices. Battery manufacturing companies put a lot of effort into maximizing the batteries’ life and performance so that electronic devices keep operating as long as possible before running out of battery power. Batteries can be dangerous because they can store high amounts of energy and can explode, potentially causing serious accidents or injuries. However, we all use them every day. For example, lithium-ion batteries are used in clean-air and energy storage applications such as...

AMETEK Programmable Power, VTI Instruments, San Diego (USA)

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PAS – Photoacoustic Sensor for detecting ethylene

The PAS sensor is based on the principle of photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS), one of the most sensitive measuring methods for detecting gases. With even higher precision and reliability, the PAS detects gas volumes minimum measuring in ppm range. The sensor module can control all processes and components itself, an external control is not necessary. The PAS sensor is characterized by a very low zero point drift and...

smartGAS Mikrosensorik GmbH, Heilbronn (Germany)

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The latest features of SIKA temperature calibrators: Camera, WebApp and Easy Mode.

TextAutomatic calibration with camera
Read temperatures yourself? Manual acknowledgement? You can save yourself that from now on: Thanks to our automatic calibration with camera.

• A photo of the test object is taken at each test point
• The next test point is automatically triggered
• The values are transferred to the calibration certificate only after the entire calibration process has been completed.
• The photos are integrated directly into the calibration certificate as an additional proof of calibration.
Waiting times are thus completely eliminated. During the calibration process, the user can...

SIKA Dr. Siebert & Kühn GmbH & Co. KG, Kaufungen (Germany)

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It goes on digitally

For all those who did not make it to the live stream of the Digital Agenda during the trade fair, we still offer the possibility to watch the videos afterwards. As a registered user you can access all contents of the SENSOR+TEST website. The forum presentations will also be available online shortly.

AMA Service GmbH, Wunstorf (Germany)

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