For many manufacturing processes, it is extremely important to measure the exact rate at which fluid is moving or flowing. We turn to flow gauges to provide these measurements, and there is a great diversity in operating principle as well as proper application to the fluid that is being measured.
one day ago by David Peterson
Within an industrial setting, noise from EMI can create huge problems. For large load devices using many amps of current, small electrical noise may not be too critical. But when it comes to low-voltage and low-current communication wires, just a small amount of voltage finding its way onto a wire can corrupt data transmissions. Shielded cables can help to protect against that problem.
May 24, 2020 by David Peterson
A common difference of terms arises when referring to air or pneumatic pressure, and those are gauge (BarG) pressure and absolute (BarA) pressure. Both can accurately describe a system, but when performing calculations and tests, it’s important to distinguish the difference.
May 22, 2020 by David Peterson
Wiring design systems can become confusing when some switching devices send power to the load automatically while others do not. Often called ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ contacts, these devices are fairly easy to troubleshoot once the differences are understood.
May 17, 2020 by David Peterson
Robot Manipulators, also known as Robot Arms, are found just about everywhere nowadays seeing as their versatility puts them at the forefront of manufacturing innovation. In this article, learn about Visual Servoing and how it's used for industrial and commercial applications.
May 15, 2020 by Akshay Kumar