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New benchmark in thermal flow measurement
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Sensors for Industrial and commercial applications from Motions Solutions Australia
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Keyence Sensors from Motion Solutions Australia offer factory automation products including tools for proximity, measurements and vision.
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ifm provides German engineered and manufactured sensor and control solutions for automation, including position sensors and object recognition, fluid sensors and diagnostic systems, bus systems and identification systems, control systems and connection ...
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John Morris Industrial is proud to represent leading brands such as the PCB Piezotronics range of sensors and accessories for the measurement of acceleration, force, load, pressure, shock, strain, torque, acoustics and vibration, IMI Sensors piezoelectric ...
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Vision magnifier, head band, unimpaired vision, 1.6 - 2.75 magnification
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Motion Solutions Australia provides robotics and motion control products and solutions to a wide range of Australian, New Zealand and Indian Industries and Markets. Established in 1989, Motion  Solutions  Australia Pty Ltd provides high quality, ...
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The H3LIS331DL open new possibilities for concussion monitoring in high-impact sports like ice hockey.
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03/05/12 - STMicroelectronics new low-power accelerometer senses shocks up to 400g in 3D.
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27/03/08 - Automation products including, measuring instruments and sensors instruments are available from Coltronics Systems.
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As operations become increasingly globalised, the need to keep track of where everything is becomes more important, and more difficult. Oversight in one area can cause huge problems further down the supply chain, so the ability to make educated decisions ...
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