Visitors will be able to see the full StrainSense range including the new fluid property sensor which offers real-time monitoring of multiple parameters of fluids. A multi-function sensor immersed in fluid monitors viscosity, density, dielectric constant and temperature, this offers great advantages over existing analysis techniques.
Further new products include industrial, process, environmental and offshore sensors covering pressure and level measurement – many with ATEX and TUV approvals.
Also on show is the recently released miniature piezoelectric accelerometer for high temperature vibration and shock measurements. Operating in shear mode and free of internal, performance-limiting adhesives, the Model 7502A is said to set the standard for stable thermal performance from -73 °C to 260 °C. StrainSense supplies quality sensors for vibration, acceleration, strain, pressure, position, force, fluid properties, instrumentation, tilt/inclination and torque.