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  • High accuracy pressure transducer from Kavlico

    Kavlico, a global business unit of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) has developed the P255 general purpose pressure sensor with advanced electronics for enhanced performance. The mixed-signal CMOS ASIC provides for improved EMI/RFI and accuracy specifications. Specifically designed for pressure measurements of 0–15 to 0–1000 PSIA/PSIG, the P255 is a robust device utilizing a ceramic diaphragm ...


    By InnoVista Sensors

  • Kavlico`s P356 designed for low pressure measurements

    Kavlico, a global business unit of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) has designed the P356 low pressure gage/differential pressure sensor for applications requiring long-term stability and an operational life in excess of ten years.Typical applications include:* Pneumatic controls* Filter monitoring* Tank level* Leak detectionAvailable in pressure ranges of 0–0.5, 0–1, ±1, 0–3, ...


    By InnoVista Sensors

  • High Pressure Sensors for Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) Optimize Engine Performance

    Kavlico, a global business unit of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) and an operation of Schneider Electric has expanded its range of pressure sensors for passenger vehicles and light trucks with its newly released Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) sensors which utilizes a thin film titanium oxynitride (TiON) isolated sense element. As gasoline prices continue their rise, automotive manufacturers ...


    By InnoVista Sensors

  • Kavlico provides “green” pressure sensing options for emissions control

    Kavlico, a global business unit of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST,) is currently working with transportation industry OEMs to reduce and manage vehicle emissions. Kavlico is committed to creating a healthier environment not only for this generation, but also for those to come. This undertaking is being accomplished while improving overall engine performance and efficiency without ...


    By InnoVista Sensors

  • Pickin` up good vibrations to produce green electricity

    Vibrations from the environments we live and work in could be much more widely harnessed as a clean source of electricity, due to cutting-edge UK research.  Known as ‘energy harvesting’, the concept has been around for over a decade, but researchers from the University of Bristol aim to make it possible to make use of a much wider range of vibrations than is currently possible. It’s hoped ...

  • Sound noise testing solutions for ensuring Noise at Work compliance

    When it comes to ensuring compliance with the Noise at Work Regulations (2005) in an industrial setting such as a factory, workshop, warehouse or a construction site, one thing is for sure: you need outstanding noise testing and noise monitoring technology to obtain the best results. The Noise at Work ...


    By Pulsar Instruments plc

  • Bordering on disaster - US and Mexico fight to green their borders

    According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the 14 metropolitan areas along the US-Mexico border suffer from 'abysmal air and water quality' as well as a host of other unacceptable environmental hazards. Last week, governors from Mexican and American states along the border were hosted by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to discuss these and other environmental issues of ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Always know what is going on in your plant: Gas detection system Statox 505 - SIL 2 standard

    Reliability, feedback included The Statox 505 is a 4 – 20 mA transmitter for toxic gases and oxygen. It complements the Compur portfolio of fixed gas detectors. With this new development Compur responds to an increasing demand for SIL standard gas detectors, mainly from the chemical and petrochemical industry. Typical for Compur Monitors, they did not base their statistics ...

  • New Innovations at AGU 2015 Extend the Boundaries of Isotope Analysis for Geosciences Research

    Scientists engaged in climate research, biochemistry, forensics and oil/gas exploration can now analyze the isotopic anatomy of molecules using a new high-resolution isotope ratio mass spectrometer. It enables scientists to access the direct conditions under which molecules were formed, transported, stored and degraded. Thermo Fisher Scientific will showcase this and other solutions this week at ...


    By Thermo Fisher Scientific

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