Auxiliary

AUXILIARY

Enclosures, panels, I/O modules, converters, controllers, field networks, wireless, recorders, counters, indicators, timers, meters, fuses, transformers, displays, HMI?s, lights, alarms, proximity switches, strainers, filters, FRL?s, diaphragm seals, snubbers, ejectors, connectors, fittings, cables, cordsets, vibration sensors, force/strain sensors, load cells, humidity sensors, liquid conductivity, transducers, regulators, barriers, relays, power supplies, amplifiers, signal conditioners, surge protection, intrinsically safe, hazardous areas, heat sink


Auxiliary Products



Field Networks

Provide convenient and efficient communication and networking between various devices in industrial processes.

Wireless Sensor Networks
The transfer of information or power between two or more points that are not connected by an electrical conductor. Digital devices that communicate without wires.


Panel Meters
Used to measure and monitor various industrial processes including voltage, current, frequency, and pressure.


Logic Panels
Touch screen HMI (Human Machine Interfaces) panels with integrated PLC functions and I/O for total comprehensive control.

Air Filter, Regulator & Lubricator (F.R.L.)
A device which removes contaminants from a compressed air stream, regulates air pressure and injects an aerosolized stream of oil into an airline to provide lubrication.


Diaphragm Seals
A flexible membrane that seals and isolates an instrument from the process media.


Snubbers
Device used to suppress a phenomenon such as voltage transients in electrical systems, pressure transients in fluid systems or excess force or rapid movement in mechanical systems.


Ejectors
A device for inducing a flow of a fluid by using pressure to create a partial vacuum in such a way as to draw in and transport the fluid to be removed.


Proximity Switches
A sensor able to detect the presence of objects without any physical contact through an emitted electromagnetic field.


Vibration Sensors
Produces an electrical signal that is proportional to the acceleration of the vibrating component to which an accelerometer is attached. The acceleration of a vibrating component is a measure of how quickly the velocity of the component is changing.

Conductivity Sensor

Conductivity Sensors
Measures the conductivity of water by measuring the amount of current (proportional to ion concentration) which differs between the probe?s cathode and anode given the same amount of voltage was applied.

Force Strain Sensors

Force/Strain Sensors
A force acting in the measuring direction causes the measuring spring and thin-film cell to become deformed. This deformation generates a resistance change in the individual bridge resistors. When the measuring bridge is supplied with a feed voltage, a measuring signal that is proportional to the force occurs at the bridge output.



Humidity Sensors
Detects the presence of water in air.

Electro_Pneumatic

Electro-pneumatic Regulators
Control air/vacuum pressure steplessly in proportion to an electric signal.

Pressure Regulators

Pressure Regulators
A valve that automatically cuts off the flow of a liquid or gas at a certain pressure.

Current

Current to Pressure Transducers
Coverts an analog signal to a proportional linear pneumatic output.

Converters

Converters
Devices which convert voltage, current, RTD, and TC input into assigned voltage, current or alarm outputs.

Relays

Relays
An electronic switching device that switches on or off when a small external voltage is applied across its control terminals.

Signal

Signal Conditioners
Manipulates an analog signal in such a way that it meets the requirements of the next stage for further processing.

Zener Barriers

Zener Barriers
Limit the energy in to and out of the hazardous location.

Surge

Surge Protection
Instrument designed to protect electrical devices from voltage spikes.

Instrinsically

Intrinsically Safe
A protection technique for safe operation of electrical equipment in hazardous areas by limiting the energy available for ignition.

Hazardous Area

Hazardous Area
When electrical equipment is used in, around, or near an atmosphere that has flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dusts, ignitable fibers or flyings, there is always a possibility or risk that a fire or explosion might occur. Those areas where the possibility or risk of fire or explosion might occur due to an explosive atmosphere and/or mixture is often called a hazardous (or classified) location/area.



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