Pressure Gauge                                               



A range of test gauges useful for the implementation of Quality Standards and to meet the Pressure Safety regulations. Generally supplied in a carrying case with a calibration certificate. Ranges from 0-1 to 0-700 bar. Accuracy +/- 0.6% f.s.d.


Pressure Indicators


These instruments are portable, easy to use peak pressure indicators for measuring the firing pressure of internal combustion engines. Ranges between 140 up to 250 bar. Supplied in lockable wooden cases with certification.




Pressure Test Pump                                           


Portable, weight less than 4.5kg
Pressure Range -600 mbar to 400 bar
Ideal for on-site checking of pressure gauges, pressure switches & transducers
Supplied complete with four adaptors
Choice of Test Gauges with accuracy of +/-1%, +/-0.6% or +/-0.25% fsd
Calibration Certificates supplied


 Flow/Level Sensors   



Flow Sensors                                                


SIKA axial turbine flow sensor for liquids sharing many of the features of its smaller sister above but suitable for higher flow rates 4-160 l/min.


•    Portable Data Recorder
For Acoustics & Vibration



The D-7100 is a portable data recorder for acoustic and vibration with high accuracy.

In recent years, we are living surrounded by the equipments which make noise and vibration such as a car, a railroad, a household electric appliance and a wind power. These equipments are now required for “more quiet” “more comfortable” and “lower vibration” than ever.

The DR-7100 greatly helps to make such comfortable acoustic environment by recording sound and vibration on site with ease and high accuracy.


  • •Data recording with high speed, high accuracy (4ch 40 kHz range 24 bit *1)

  • •Dynamic range of 90 dB or more

  • •Equipped with a connector for an rotation pulse input

  • •Available for SDHC 8 GB

  • •Speedy setup by TEDS sensor

  • •Compact body of A5-size

  • •2-Unit synchronicity function (option)

    *1 40 kHz range: option (20 kHz band frequency: standardï¼



Remote data communication occurs at runtime. It does not reside strictly in the client, but requires network connections to send and receive data between the client and the server. Flex applications support a variety of remote data communication techniques built on standards. There are three basic categories of Flex application remote data communication:

Thiscategory consists of several overlapping techniques. Utilizing the Flex framework HTTPService component or the Flash Player API URLLoader class, you can send and load uncompressed data such as text blocks, URL encoded data, and XML packets. You can also send and receive SOAP packets using the Flex framework WebService component. And you can use a technology called Remoting to send and receive AMF packets, which use a binary protocol that is similar to SOAP (but is considerably smaller). Each technique achieves the similar goal of sending requests and receiving responses using HTTP or HTTPS. See for a comparison of various methods for loading data at runtime over HTTP.


Real-time communication

This category consists of persistent socket connections. Flash Player supports several types of general socket connections: those that require a specific format for packets (XMLSocket) and those that allow raw socket connections (Socket). In both cases, the socket connection is persistent between the client and the server, allowing the server to push data to the client—something that is not possible using standard HTTP request/response-style techniques. Flash Player also supports a real-time communication protocol called Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP). RTMP is used by a variety of server-side products, including Flash Media Server, Red5, FluorineFx, some versions of WebORB, and Wowza.


File upload/download communication

This category consists of the FileReference API, which is native to Flash Player and allow

file upload and download directly within Flex applications.


Example of a smart meter based on Open smart grid protocol (OSGP) in use in Europe that has the ability to reduce load, disconnect-reconnect remotely, and interface to gas and water meters.


A SMART METER is usually an electronic device that records consumption of electric energy in intervals of an hour or less and communicates that information at least daily back to the utility for monitoring and billing purposes.Smart meters enable two-way communication between the meter and the central system. Unlike home energy monitors, smart meters can gather data for remote reporting. Such an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) differs from traditional automatic meter reading (AMR) in that it enables two-way communications with the meter.


















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