Measurement Products

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  • Sensors – Devices for converting physical measurements into electrical signals.
  • Gauges – Instruments for displaying measurement readings.
  • Loggers – Recording instrumentation for storing measurement readings to analyse trends.
  • Calibrators – High accuracy test instrumentation for checking and adjusting measuring performance.
  • Indicators – Panel mount, standalone and retrofittable readouts for monitoring, controlling and displaying measurement readings.
  • Switches – Devices which close electrical contacts or activate a fixed amplitude signal when a measured threshold has been reached.

 


 

Measurement Answers

Browse through the latest questions and answers related to the following aspects of measurement techniques and product specifications

 


 

Measurement Guides

View the most recently added guidance articles for sourcing, setting up and using measurement equipment.

  • Product Guides – Find and select measurement products for different applications and uses.
  • Application Guides – Using and selecting measurement instrumentation devices.
  • Conversion Tables – Look-up table for converting measurement units.
  • Definitions – Terms, acronyms, abbreviations and phrases defined.
  • FAQs – Lists of frequently asked questions about a specific measurement topic.
  • Glossaries – Lists of terms often used relating to a particular measurement topic.

 


 

Measurement Tools

Choose a tool to simplify measurement calculations that you often use to convert input or outputs, engineering units and other specification checks.

  • Pressure – Convert and calculate pressure readings.
  • Depth/Level – Determine the quantity of contents in a tank or convert a liquid depth reading.
  • Force, Load & Torque – Calculate linear and turning force measurements or use force to calculate other measurements.
  • Mass & Weight – Determine mass of an object in different units and derive mass and other related measurements.
  • Flow – Combine flow speed of gases and fluids with cross sectional area to calculate volume and mass flow rates. Predict mass and volume quantities over time.
  • Density – Use mass and volume measurements to determine fluid and gas densities.  Ascertain variations of quantity for changes in mass, volume or density.
  • Temperature – Convert temperature readings into different units
  • Length, Area & Volume – Use dimensional measurements to calculate area and volume.
  • Time & Frequency – Convert measured time periods to other units. Calculate rotational speeds from cycle periods.
  • Speed & Acceleration – Use distance and time to calculate average speed.  Convert speed and acceleration into other units. Determine fuel economy, travel range and journey time.
  • Input/Output – Determine measurement readings for a given input and output measurement range for analogue and digital signals.

 


 

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