Product News: Dec. 17, 2015

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Product News: Dec. 17, 2015
The MX2001 Bluetooth low-energy enabled Water Level Datalogger from CAS DataLoggers and Onset is designed for wireless communication with users’ mobile devices.

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CAS DataLoggers water level logger
The MX2001 Bluetooth low-energy enabled Water Level Datalogger from CAS DataLoggers and Onset is designed for wireless communication with users’ mobile devices. The HOBO MX water level logger is used for monitoring changing water levels in a wide range of applications, including streams, lakes, wetlands, tidal areas, and groundwater. Using Onset’s free HOBOmobile application — available on iOS devices — users can configure the logger and view/share data from its deployed location from their smartphone or tablet. 800/956-4437;

IVC radiometric thermal video camera
The FV-3543-1 from Industrial Video & Control is a radiometric thermal video camera that is capable of sensing temperatures for a wide range of applications, including process monitoring, product testing, quality control, equipment monitoring, and worker safety. It detects temperatures within up to eight user-defined zones: high, low, average, and standard deviation thresholds can be set for each zone. A camera alarm communicates to a plant’s control system via OPC or MODBUS/TCP and also integrates with DCS and SCADA systems. 781/255-7400;

Trimble pipe lasers
The Spectra Precision DG613 and DG813 pipe lasers from Trimble are smaller in length than their predecessors, which is ideal when setting up the units in manholes with precast inverts and a tight radius. Both models have a grade range from -12 to +40 percent and are fully self-leveling over the entire grade range. The cross axis is fully compensated for quick set up and ensures the laser will be level. The RC803 remote control provide full function control and utilizes infra-red communications when in the pipe at a distance of up to 500 feet. Flexible power options provide up to 40 hours of operation with NiMH rechargeable batteries and 50 hours with alkaline batteries; alkaline batteries can be used directly in the laser without a separate battery pack. 800/527-3771;

TT Technologies pipe bursting system
Grundoburst is static pipe bursting system from TT Technologies for the replacement of water, sewer or gas lines. It can pull in a variety of replacement pipe, including PVC, DIP, ABS, cast iron, fusion-welded HDPE, and VCP jacking pipe. The system utilizes a specially designed bladed cutter head to make bursting ductile iron and steel pipe possible. QuickLock bursting rods are linked together as opposed to threaded to prevent twisting. Models are available for bursting 2-inch to 54-inch pipes and larger. 800/533-2078;

COXREELS motorized hose reel
The 1125 Series of motorized hose reels manufactured by COXREELS features a one-piece, all-welded A-frame base as well as a low profile outlet riser and an open drum slot design that provides for a non-crimping, smooth hose wrap. It’s operated by a direct gear drive that requires no maintenance, lubrication or chain adjustment, in addition to multiple safety features, including a simple drive system with less moving parts. In place of the chain sprockets, the direct gear drive ensures an uninterrupted reel operation. 800/269-7335;

Snap-on drive extensions
Williams Flextensions from Snap-on Industrial Brands are drive extensions designed for hand and power tool use for technicians who work with engine and heavy equipment manufacturing, assembly and repair. Features include a black oxide finish, TIG welded socket retention pin that provides full rotation power to the socket, a 7/32-inch cross hole and bevel drive end. Available in a variety of SAE and Metric socket sizes and extension lengths, in both 1/2-inch and 3/8-inch square drives. 800/446-7404;


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