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Mounting pads for contact type Vibration sensors

12/18/2014 by Kruti
Mounting pads for Contact type (velometers) are to be mounted on pumps and motors. Do any one have a drawing/ details how the pad can be Screw mounte...
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Last comment 12/19/2014 by Crabtree
 

Meaning of 1A1P-T100 and 1P2C-T150

12/17/2014 by meetwicki
What are the meanings of 1A1P-T100 and 1P2C-T150 etc in instrument cable tray and wiring layout? Please refer to some documents too please.
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Last comment 12/18/2014 by lyn
 

Negative and Above Range Readings on Flow Transmitter

12/15/2014 by jwt181
I have a foxboro steam flow transmitter. It is an orifice plate differential pressure transmitter reading in inches of water. The range is 0-100" H2O....
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Last comment 12/17/2014 by HiTekRedNek
 

DTM Error

12/15/2014 by Anonymous Poster
Dear All I have connect the device to configuration software I am able to communicate to the device however getting error "error loading control &l...
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Last comment 12/15/2014 by jack of all trades
 

Ultrasonic Level Transmitter for Tunnel, Inside Hollow Pipe

12/14/2014 by mohsinhamid
We are modifiying a rotary screen system for cleaning sea water intake tunnels. We are gng to place 2 ultrasonic level transmitter before the rotary s...
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Last comment 12/15/2014 by SHOCKHISCAN
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Electronic Test Equipment Blog

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The Best Way to Test and Not to Test DDR Memories

12/05/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The proliferation of dual data-rate SDRAMs in computers and computing systems of all descriptions over the past two decades has significantly comp...
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Last comment 12/08/2014 by Kilowatt0

Functional Test — Alive and Well

06/01/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The time of "one size fits all" test strategies has long passed. Still, traditional techniques can meet today's test challenges - just not all o...
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The More Things Change…

04/09/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
A wise soul once said that every generalization is false - including this one. For years, printed-circuit-board manufacturers have heard pundits talk...
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Last comment 04/11/2014 by BIN95
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Scientific Instruments

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Flawed Philae Landing Still a Rousing Success

12/19/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
It only lasted for a couple of days, instead of the hoped-for six weeks, but the Philae lander from the Rosetta spacecraft still provided ground-b...
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Webb Telescope's "Heart" Unscathed

11/24/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The sensitive instruments housed in the James Webb Telescope's Integrated Science Instrument Module, or ISIM, just survived 116 days in the frigid col...
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Last comment 11/29/2014 by tcmtech

First-of-its-Kind Sensor for Portable Medical and Scientific Instruments

10/17/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Semiconductors keep getting smaller and more powerful, giving us smartphones and tablets that are portable workhorses. Now, these same technologie...
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Sensors & Switches

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Start the (Sensor) Printing Presses

11/22/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Pervasive sensing - which demands vast quantities of inexpensive sensors - opens the door to the much-discussed Internet of Things (IoT). In turn...
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Start the (Sensor) Printing Presses

11/13/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Pervasive sensing - which demands vast quantities of inexpensive sensors - opens the door to the much-discussed Internet of Things (IoT). In turn,...
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Reflections on Sensor Size

09/30/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Does sensor market demand depend upon sensor makers producing a never-ending stream of ever-smaller devices? Success in the mobile phone arena certa...
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Quality Control

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Making Oscilloscopes Easier for the User

11/14/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
While human interfaces for consumer products have made great strides in recent years, corresponding interfaces for most instruments have not kept...
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Last comment 11/17/2014 by tcmtech

Quality Cannot Compensate for Stupidity

09/12/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Quality issues with electronic products have always run hand in hand with rapid technological development. This item reports on one user who woke...
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More Precise Benchtop Measurements from 0.5 to 8 GHz

06/21/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Combining a 40 Gsamples/second 10-bit ADC with bandwidths as high as 8 GHz gives this oscilloscope four times the vertical resolution (1 mV per divi...
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Last comment 09/12/2014 by cuba_pete
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Test & Measurement

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If It Can't Stand the Heat...

06/08/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
No, this item isn't about defective aircraft batteries, but about the VAIO Fit 11A laptop/tablet hybrid that electronics giant Sony introduced in...
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Top Five LabVIEW Rookie Mistakes

03/26/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
One quick glance at your block diagram should indicate if you're making these common mistakes. LabVIEW graphical programming is relatively unique...
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Measure from Inside the Chip

03/02/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Analyzing circuits using external instruments has become increasingly difficult because of circuit complexity and lack of access to I/O signals. Atten...
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