This week’s highlights:
- How to solve thermal dysfunction, a serious industrial condition
- Introducing a world’s first in the area of high-side current/power sensors
- The high-temp handheld infrared thermometer designed for hot environments
- The ‘Connected Enterprise’ strategy that optimizes operations across the board
Big Ass Fans explains in a new video how ‘industrial strength’ Destrat can solve thermal dysfunction, a problem in winter for buildings of all ages as heat rises to the ceiling causing higher heating bills. Depending on space, users may see as much as a 30% savings on heating bills with Destrat, according to the company.
Microchip Technology Inc. says its PAC1921 high-side current/power sensor is the world’s first to feature both a configurable analog output for power, current or voltage over a single pin and a simultaneous power information output over a 2-wire digital bus.
Raytek Corp.’s Raynger 3i Plus high temperature handheld infrared thermometer is designed to meet process performance requirements in many industrial applications, including highly demanding hot environments in primary and secondary metal processing, as well as petrochemical and power plant operations. Raytek is a unit of Fluke Process Instruments.
Click here or on image to see a video highlight of the Raynger 3i Plus (1:42)…
Click here for more info on the rugged new portable pyrometers…
Rockwell Automation produced a video describing how the company’s ‘Connected Enterprise’ strategy optimizes its operations, plant/supply network performance and business agility, and how the company is helping others do the same.
Click here or on image to see a review of the ‘Connected Enterprise’ strategy (6:41)…
Click here for information on the range of Rockwell’s solutions and services…
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