Product News - January 2014

Product News - January 2014
Rockwell Automation voltage monitor

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CW Industries reversing rocker switch

GRS-6024 series momentary action full-size reversing rocker switches from CW Industries and distributed by Peerless Electronics are available in DPDT center-off construction. The RoHS compliant switches are rated at 40 amps, 12-volt DC and feature self-cleaning contacts. Made of heavy-duty nylon with copper alloy terminals, the switches have a male 0.25-inch quick-connect terminal for ease of installation and can be mounted in a 1.58- by 0.948-inch panel opening. 800/285-2121;

Neptune diaphragm metering pumps

Series 7000 mechanically actuated diaphragm metering pumps from Neptune Chemical Pump Co. are designed for water and wastewater applications. The mechanical design eliminates the use of contour plates on the liquid side of the diaphragm, while the straight-through valve and head allows for improved flow. The series is self-priming and has a maximum capacity of 300 gph at 150 psi. 215/699-8700;

Badger Meter flow monitor

The ER-500 series flow monitor from Badger Meter is designed for challenging environments. Meters can be connected to a network for remote monitoring and process automation. Models support multiport linearization tables for increased accuracy. Alarm parameters warn of process or pipeline changes. 800/876-3837;

Singer Valve automated pilot control

The 420-DC or 420-AC automated pilot control from Singer Valve features over-volt protection, 4-20 mA feedback, O-ring seal, explosion-proof housing and modular design. Valves require less than 2 amps of power and are controlled by the 4-20 mA signal from the water distribution SCADA system. The pilot control offers programmable span and speed control via USB cable and software. 888/764-7858;

Dialight LED flood light

DuroSite and SafeSite LED flood lights from Dialight are designed for hazardous and industrial applications. The 14- by 14-inch lights deliver 10,750 lumens at 107 watts and are available in various NEMA optical configurations. Features include 20 kV surge protection, tempered glass lens and powder-coated aluminum housing. 732/919-3119;

World Water Works moving bed biofilm reactors

IDEAL moving bed biofilm reactors from World Water Works are designed for BOD removal, nitrification and denitrification at municipal treatment plants. The MMBR features free-floating plastic media where biofilm grows. The 50- to 300-micron biofilm consumes organic materials, as well as converts ammonia to nitrate or nitrate to nitrogen gas. 800/607-7973;

BinMaster noncontact level sensor

The RL level sensor from BinMaster Level Controls is designed to provide bin level data in challenging environments where dust levels are extremely high. The noncontact, continuous level sensor works in powders and solid materials, including low-dielectric materials. The sensor has a self-cleaning, nonstick surface that does not require routine maintenance or air purge. 800/278-4241;

HEMCO lab workstation enclosures

Enclosures from HEMCO are designed to isolate liquid handling workstations, HPLC equipment, sample weighing, high throughput screening, powder handling and other lab automated processes by providing exhaust air systems or HEPA filtered clean workstations. 800/779-4362;

ETS UV disinfection system

Closed vessel UV disinfection systems from Engineered Treatment Systems feature high-powered amalgam lamps, automatic wiping mechanisms, air release valves and hatches to gain access to the interior of the chamber. The system reduces UV exposure, has no open water surfaces and can be installed horizontally or vertically. Wiper rings can be replaced without removing the wiping carriage from the chamber. 877/885-4628;

Rockwell Automation voltage monitor

The Allen-Bradley i-Sense voltage monitor from Rockwell Automation reads incoming power, providing data that pinpoints voltage-based power events and reveals any consequent relationship between voltage sags and downtime. 414/382-2000;


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