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Needle Valve in Steam Line

03/25/2015 by Hager
I have a pressure transmitter without manifold used in steam line (528 C and 220 bar). I need to use a block valve to isolate the instrument, can I us...
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Last comment 03/26/2015 by James Stewart
 

Do 4-20ma Can Be Superimposed On RS-485 Cable

03/25/2015 by mohsinhamid
Do 4-20ma can be superimposed on RS-485 cable, I have seen a datasheet they are using a ultra-sonic multipath transmitter, the output signal is Rs-485...
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Last comment 03/26/2015 by mohsinhamid
 

Need Help to Identify Shorting Components in Powersupply

03/23/2015 by balajiselmptc
I was working with gas plasma generator . It had the option for external outputs and while checking the voltage at external 15pin connector i shorted...
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Last comment 03/24/2015 by Andy Germany
 

Calibration Standard for Electrical Sourcing Equipments

03/21/2015 by justinanto1987
Can you somebody advise me the name of any international standard which i can follow for the calibration of electrical sourcing equipment.
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Last comment 03/21/2015 by lyn
 

Troubleshooting on Krohne Magnetic Flowmeter

03/19/2015 by SECENC
Troubleshooting topic
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Electronic Test Equipment Blog

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Trojans Find Their Way into the Hardware

03/09/2015 by Chelsey H
When people speak of Trojans and other malicious logic, they are usually talking about software. They rarely admit existence of malicious circuitry on...
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Last comment 03/12/2015 by Andy Germany

Everyone Knows What a Test Instrument Looks Like

02/01/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
For years, advances in instrument technology remained largely invisible to the user - or at least benign. Instruments got faster and more powerful, bu...
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Last comment 02/03/2015 by James Stewart

Test Panels, Not Single Boards

01/06/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Testing a panel of printed circuit boards with a flying probe tester or a bed-of-nails incurs costs beyond testing a single board. You endure either t...
Views: 145, Comments: 0
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Sensors & Switches

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Compact Terahertz Sensor Could Alleviate Airport Security Hassles

02/28/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
A new security device could dramatically reduce or eliminate airport security hassles. It detects explosives, biological substances, and chemical agen...
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Big Future for Sensors in Wearable Devices

02/03/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The number of sensors in wearable devices will double this year, according to market-research firm IHS, with Apple's Apple Watch setting a de facto...
Views: 101, Comments: 1
Last comment 02/05/2015 by Tornado

Wireless, Pervasive Sensing to the Rescue

01/13/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
An article in Engineering360 discusses the growing importance of wireless sensing in process-oriented industries. The author introduces the concept...
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Quality Control

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The Year in Test — 2015

02/27/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
What five factors will most significantly influence the path of test this year? Thirty years ago Nicholas Negroponte speculated that wired technologie...
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Testing the Driverless Car

02/09/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Testing driverless cars on the open road brings numerous challenges. Since open-road testing occurs with a human driver, along with pedestrians an...
Views: 140, Comments: 1
Last comment 02/25/2015 by NotUrOrdinaryJoe

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...
Views: 332, Comments: 10
Last comment 11/17/2014 by tcmtech
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Scientific Instruments

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LIGO Goes Where No One Has Gone Before

01/17/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Is the creation of a black hole a rare event? What cataclysmic events shaped the solar system we know and love? Scientists at two observatories in...
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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...
Views: 237, Comments: 3
Last comment 12/26/2014 by dkwarner

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
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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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Last comment 06/11/2014 by Andy Germany
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