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  1. 10-Point Checklist for Buying Ex Cameras

    Buying an Ex digital camera often costs many times that of its non-Ex equivalent. CorDEX has published a checklist to help potential users work their way through the maze of features. Ranging from affordable point-and-shoot models to high end compact digital SLRs, intrinsically safe refers to a method of protection that prevents ignition by spark of thermal means. Continue reading →
  2. Bluetooth Logging for up to 105 Measurement Channels

    Hioki Memory HiLoggers record up to 105 channels of data wirelessly using Bluetooth® technology, capturing parameters such as voltage, temperature, resistance or humidity signals. Some models provide complete isolation between channels and high noise resistance. Continue reading →
  3. Beyond the Two-Channel Limit of Oscilloscopes from Yesteryear

    The advantage of handheld oscilloscopes is that they can be taken to equipment and tested in situ, unlike a bench scope where components have to be dismantled from the equipment and brought to the bench. Continue reading →
  4. Hioki launches New PW6001 Power Analyzer

    The official launch of the PW6001 Power Analyzer will take place on March 13. Target customers for the newest flagship power meter include researchers and developers of inverters that utilise silicon carbide (SiC) components. Continue reading →
  5. Hioki Four-Wire Method detects Latent Solder Joint Defects

    At the IPC Apex 2014 Conference and Exhibition for the electronics manufacturing industry last year, Hioki presented a paper revealing that it has developed a four-wire solder joint integrity test for finding latent defects in PCBs that would otherwise go undetected by conventional tests such as capacitance method and boundary scan, among others. Continue reading →
  6. IT and Utility Supply Guaranteed during Business Insovency Rescue

    The Government is proceeding with plans to secure continuation of essential IT and utility supplies to failing but viable businesses while they are being rescued. Under proposals to Parliament today, essential suppliers of IT, water, gas, electricity and communications services will be prevented from cutting off supply or charging premium rates while insolvency practitioners seek a viable solution to rescue a business. Continue reading →
  7. Benchtop Monitoring for 28 Motors

    Imagine being able to monitor 28 motors for a seamless steel pipe manufacturing process from a single benchtop device with peripherals. This is what one manufacturer is doing with a HIOKI 8861-50 32-channel oscilloscope. Continue reading →
  8. Battery Testing avoids UPS Failure

    Battery backup and generator systems are used everywhere from hospitals and IT datacentres to small UPS systems for backing up office PCs. Batteries need regular maintenance and checking to ensure that they are working correctly, that they still provide their rated outputs and that they are not deteriorating. Continue reading →
  9. Testing for Optimum Panel Orientation

    In the UK, solar panels produce at full (100%) irradiance if oriented due South at an inclination of 35 degrees while panels facing East or West only produce 79% of the equivalent energy output. However consumption demand peak patterns may now favour East-West orientation. Continue reading →
  10. Calibrating Electrical and Process Instruments

    Electrical measurement equipment such as multimeters, resistors, power supplies and electrical testers are commonly used instruments that require periodical calibration, as well as process instruments advises Eddy Jones of calibrate.co.uk. Continue reading →
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