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New transmitter

It's combined with the sensor in a single unit



New flexible, self-adhesive capacitive sensor

The sticky sensor is for non-contact, continuous level detection on non-conductive vessel or pipe outer walls made of glass, plastic or ceramic



Sensors for low torque and/or high bandwidth duties

Precise, dynamic measurement of rotary and static torque from 10mNm to 100Nm and for bandwidths of up to 50kHz



What are the 10 top torque tips?

Driveshafts deliver power as a rotary force, and in most applications there is a need to know the amount of power in the system. But getting measurements from a turning shaft requires some engineering ingenuity, so here Tony Ingham runs through the basics



Wireless standard harmonisation

Concerns have emerged within the standards body responsible for managing the radio spectrum allocation and wireless device conformance. Tony Ingham reviews the situation



Making sense of real-time load measurement

The handling of dry bulk materials used to be a completely manual process, but it is now being increasingly automated in a drive to reduce both the costs and the risks of injury, while also increasing throughput and accuracy



Measuring viscosity wirelessly

If precise mixing is a crucial process variable, viscosity measurement may be the most accurate way to ensure optimum performance. But rotating mixers can lead to very tangled wiring, so here Mark Ingham looks at wireless options



Improved control from non-contact torque sensing

Non-contacting torque sensing technology is delivering improved monitoring and control to materials handling applications in the coal industry, including monitoring of coal conveyors and viscosity measurement of coal slurry, writes Mark Ingham



Wireless torque sensor cuts out slip rings

Wireless technology for measuring power in drive shafts and other rotating machine elements. Mark Ingham report



Sensor erupts with volcanic data

Torqsense unit is robust enough for arduous fieldwork yet sensitive enough to detect the slightest change in dynamics



Novel sensors and turbine development

Sensor Technology's non-contact RWT320 units depend for their operation on surface acoustic wave transducers



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