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Southern Manufacturing & Electronics

Farnborough, Hants(GU14 6XL)

11/02/2020 - 13/02/2020

Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is the most comprehensive annual industrial exhibition in the (more)

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Analog Devices helps manufacturers address Industry 4.0 issues
Analog Devices announced the release of new robust, industrial Ethernet physical layer (PHY) products to help manufacturers address key Industry 4.0 and smart factory communication challenges surrounding data integration, synchronization, edge connectivity, and system interoperability. The ADIN1300 (more...)
Applying the tools to harness the IoT
With its BB-400 Controller, Brainboxes is launching businesses around the globe to the forefront of the smart technology revolution. The BB-400 offers the flexibility of PC systems with open source programming options to make integration and customisation user friendly. An edge controller that can (more...)
Cable management technology helps loudspeaker arrays fly
Sophisticated acoustic modelling helps sound engineers in theatres and concert halls achieve optimal clear sound and sonically uniform coverage around the venue. However, some flexibility is needed within the fixed installation to allow for the different audio projection needs of visiting (more...)
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Circuit breakers offer higher performance
ABB has extended its range of moulded case circuit breakers (MCCBs) for the UK with the new SACE Tmax XT that offers higher performances, protection, metering and connectivity features up to 1600A. SACE Tmax XT breakers set new standards for extreme breaking capacity for heavy-duty applications. The (more...)
Elevating EV battery production to the next level
Global concern for the environment continues to drive developments in green technology and this is particularly notable in the increase in demand for electrical vehicles. As uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) increases, the EV battery industry has needed to grow in tandem. The specific benefits of (more...)
Expanded range of imperial machine elements
WDS Component Parts is expanding the range of imperial sized components it offers, supporting its continued growth in those markets, regions and sectors that prefer non-metric dimensions. While it has always carried imperial products in its catalogue, mainly in the bolts and fastening section, now (more...)
Going beyond just servo valves for auto test labs
Virtually every automotive testing laboratory knows Moog for its long-lasting servo valves. Yet the company also wants test lab managers to know about its new electric multi-axis test systems (EMATS), the Moog Test Controller with new data acquisition modules and a series of hydraulic, electric and (more...)
Kistler’s NCFE module delivers cost effective simple joining processes
The new Kistler NCFE servopress solution is specifically designed for simple joining processes to deliver a cost-effective alternative to conventional pneumatic or hydraulic systems. Compared to hydraulic or pneumatic units, the NCFE module offers impressively low energy consumption, simple handling (more...)
Making sense of sounds: how AI can boost machine uptime
Anyone familiar with the necessity of maintaining a machine knows how important the sounds and vibrations it makes are. Proper machine health monitoring through sound and vibrations can cut maintenance costs in half and double the lifetime. Implementing live acoustic data and analysis is another (more...)
Making the connection: OT and IT infrastructure in manufacturing
New business models that improve how we design, build, sell and operate industrial services and machines are being created by improved connectivity between the operational technology (OT) and the IT system. One of the key challenges for today’s businesses engaged in the process of (more...)
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