Coronavirus pandemic - which thermal imaging camera should you choose to measure human body temperature?
In the current situation, where Coronavirus is spreading rapidly and we learn about new infections every day, we can ask ourselves: are we able to quickly check the human body temperature to see if he is a potential carrier or not? Is it a threat to us or not? In various information services it was possible to notice how at airports or border crossings people's temperature was monitored using infrared cameras and laser thermometers (pyrometers).
Acuro Profinet - an encoder whose performance exceeds the industry standard
Simplifies the design process and ensures reliable communication. We all know that there are no two identical industrial applications. That's why the Hengstler AC58 absolute encoder is available with an amazing amount of different options and functions, including 22-bit single-turn resolution. What if our standard designs do not meet your needs? Then Hengstler is able to make a custom version to meet your requirements! The extended temperature range, increased shock and vibration resistance, custom shaft sizes and shapes are just some of the features we've recently released. This versatility makes the Hengstler AC58 one of the most versatile encoders on the market, and one of the most robust.
New VMUC-EM network server with UWP3.0 Energy registration and monitoring system
New UWP3.0 network server for energy monitoring and management, based on Internet access. Up to 128 measuring devices can be connected - Energy Meters, Network Parameter Analyzers. Communication via a cable or wireless network. Data registration takes place on the server's internal memory card. The ability to view historical and real-time measurement data (values, charts, dashboards, widgets).