15 May 2008
May Products 4 U, 2nd edition
Quizix pulse-less metering pumps offer continuous pulse-free flow or pressure control at the high pressures and temperatures required to optimize critical fluid delivery and extraction applications such as catalyst injection, chromatography, and core testing. The pressure pulses common to most pump systems create baseline noise in experiment results, cause variations in reaction rates, or can damage delicate chromatography columns and porous materials such as rock cores. With pulse-free operation, Quizix precision metering pumps eliminate all of these potential problems. They are capable of delivering or receiving at a constant pressure or flow rate from sub-nano liter/minute to 400ml/minute at pressures up to 20,000 psi.
Chandler Engineering, AMETEK, Inc.
Access control devices
Access control devices for the T-BOX line of SCADA system products are compatible with the T-BOX Lite compact RTU and the T-BOX MS Modular System. The devices accommodate the most common access control technologies, including digit keypads for passcode entry, a Dallas badge reader, a magnetic card reader, and a proximity reader for key fobs. Using an integral web server, T-BOX can provide information on local conditions via the Internet or an Intranet. T-BOX can also initiate messages to multiple recipients via e-mail, including attached files, and SMS text.
Gas sensor module
The 5100-05-IT is the only Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Sensor with a 6 month (180-day) calibration cycle. IT Series Hazardous Gas Detectors allow system integrators and instrumentation engineers to interface these proven gas sensors into their plant-wide safety and monitoring systems. Integration to existing systems is easy as the IT Series are loaded with 4-20 mA output, RS-485 Modbus interface, SentryBus interface, optional integral relay output and digital display. Non-intrusive calibration, remote sensor option, and 316 Stainless Steel enclosure options are available on the 5100-05-IT.
Sierra Monitor Corporation
The RHINO PSP line of power supplies now includes DC-to-DC converters. Available with wide input ranges (9.5 to 18 VDC and 18 to 75 VDC), the four available models can be operated from all popular DC supply voltage systems. Tightly regulated output voltage provides a reliable power source for applications such as industrial process controls, factory automation, and other equipment exposed to critical industrial environments. RHINO DC-to-DC converters can be used to isolate a specific load from the 24 volt bus voltage, and offer easy installation with snap-on DIN-rail mounting and detachable screw terminal blocks.