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Benefiting from over 20 years of experience and expertise in developing innovative centrifugal evaporation systems - Genevac have in the new EZ-Bio included technological features that until recently were only included on high throughput systems used by the world's major pharmaceutical and biotech companies.? The EZ-Bio uniquely delivers premium performance at an affordable price.
Solvent removal tasks in Life science research commonly involve ethanol, methanol, water and acetonitrile and the EZ-Bio is optimised to remove such solvents.
Read full article: 'Affordable high performance evaporation / concentration system'
Cleveland, OH, USA -- Keithley Instruments, Inc. ( NYSE :KEI), a leader in solutions for emerging measurement needs, announces it has partnered with Mesatronic Group (Voiron, France) to develop advanced probe cards for semiconductor parametric testers used in RF and low current DC applications.
William Merkel, Marketing Director for the Keithley Parametric Test Product Group, said, ?When the new probe cards are available later this year, they can be used with Keithley parametric testers for simultaneous extraction of RF and very low level DC current parameters on any combination of probe pins that contact a semiconductor wafer.?
The probes for these cards will also be suitable for the smaller 30-micron test pads toward which the industry is migrating. Currently, performing simultaneous low current DC and RF measurements is complicated by the fact that existing cards have only a few dedicated RF probe pins, and they cannot be used for accurate low current DC measurements.
Read full article: 'KEITHLEY AND MESATRONIC ENTER AGREEMENT TO ADVANCE PARAMETRIC WAFER PROBE TECH'
Montpelier VT, USA -- The Ask the Expert? forum is back at Thermal Solutions Conference and will be held Wednesday, January 24, 2007 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m in Sarasota Florida, USA.
This is a great opportunity to consult with individuals who are proficient in a particular area or application related to thermography. Conference attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions, one-on-one, with each Expert during this session.
For more information, including topics and Experts, please visit the Ask the Expert page on the Thermal Solutions site by selecting the following link:
Read full article: 'Ask the Expert(tm) at Thermal Solutions'
CHANHASSEN MN, USA ? Emerson Process Management has announced the availability of the Rosemount MultiVariable? 8800 Vortex Flowmeter. Users have traditionally preferred vortex technology in saturated steam applications due to its reliability and wide rangeability.
However, users also desire a compensated mass flow output. By incorporating multivariable technology, Emerson can deliver all the benefits of proven Rosemount vortex technology and a temperature compensated mass flow output directly from the meter, reducing process variability.
Traditional multivariable vortex designs integrate the vortex and temperature sensor into the same assembly. This requires process shutdown for verification or replacement and requires extensive spare part inventory.
Read full article: 'Innovative Rosemount? MultiVariable? Vortex Flowmeter'
ST-IMIER SWITZERLAND -- Longines is proud to link its name and its image once again to this high-level sport. The brand?s experience and discipline lead it to approach each competition as a challenge demanding "no-fault" performance.
To each age its own challenges! More than a century after the first Olympic Games of the modern era, the difficulties associated with sports timekeeping have grown considerably.
For the men?s downhill, for example, the FIS requires 5 intermediate times and 2 speed measurements, in addition to the final result. To this end, photoelectric cells placed at intermediate measuring points are activated manually just before the competitors race past.
Read full article: 'Longines - Sports Timekeeping & Skiing'
Spartanburg SC, USA -- The VRF? Series uses Variable Radio Frequency to detect the presence or absence of material in a vessel by compensating for the load of the probe, as well as the load induced by vessel environment, and automatically determining the optimal operating frequency for the greatest sensitivity and stability.
At initial start-up the sensor detects the characteristics of air (no load), and calibrates to it. If installed in material, when the load is reduced (material leaves probe), the VRF? senses this change and automatically recalibrates to its new condition without the need of an operator or technician.
The VRF? Series also features Bindicator?s EZ-CAL? II function which rapidly recalibrates the sensor during recalibration situations.
The VRF? Series is available in two models, the VRF-2000 which offers visible lights that alert the operator of calibration and alarm status. The VRF-1000 offers all the breakthrough capabilities of the VRF-2000, but can be used where visible recalibration and alarm lights are not needed.
Read full article: 'Bindicator? Announces Breakthrough Product'
Miamisburg OH, USA -- The latest release of PQ Systems' GAGEpack EZ includes:
1. Enhanced email that allows you to specify a recipient or distribution list for each gage
2. A catalog view that includes images of the gages so that you can quickly identify instruments
3. A variety of management statistics and charts, including line and Pareto charts, so that you can monitor costs and failure rates
Read full article: 'New Features in GAGEpack EZ 7.0!'
Offering sensitivity typically 100-1000 times that of traditional fluorescence detection, the ZETALIF detector can be used with virtually all commercially available HPLC systems. In combination with a fast HPLC system the ZETALIF detector uniquely delivers nanomolar to picomolar levels of detection, enhanced productivity and lower operating costs to the chromatography laboratory.
Read full article: 'Ultra-high Sensitivity Detector For Fast HPLC'
SUNNYVALE CA, USA -- Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) today announced it has added TrimPix? technology to its Mapping & Geographic Information System (GIS) handheld product line. TrimPix technology makes it easy to link high-resolution digital photographs to GIS features using selected Nikon cameras.
TrimPix technology is being showcased at Trimble Dimensions Users Conference in Las Vegas and the European Conference for ESRI Users in Athens, Greece.
Based on Connected Photography? by FotoNation?, TrimPix technology enables Trimble? GeoExplorer? 2005 series of GPS handhelds and Trimble Recon? and Ranger? field computers running Microsoft? Windows Mobile? version 5.0 software to seamlessly and wirelessly connect to a digital camera. FotoNation is a leader of digital imaging connectivity software solutions.
Read full article: 'Trimble Introduces TrimPix Technology for Digital Cameras'
Looking to achieve ultra-fine resolution laser cutting and etching, the micro-machining systems manufacturer required a F-theta scan lens that combined high performance, durability and compactness.
Read full article: 'Novel Scan lens enhances resolution of high powered laser'
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