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Helmholtz Lab Setup - October 18, 2015 by admin

By special request: a custom-built Helmholtz Coil with 2 m in diameter for a test setup that requires a homogeneous magnetic field

Data Privacy Compliant Development – Privacy by Design - August 21, 2012 by admin

Most times new developments only consider function and price from an early point on. Legal requirements regards the physical and logical properties of a new product are commonly neglected to get the product on the market as soon as possible. Just as with requirements of Electromagnetic Compatibility, later adjustments to the product cost a lot of time and money and both at a time when you already may have spent your budget. Our developments do not only have EMC built-in from the first component on, but also Data Privacy Compliance and IT-Security Measures. To proof this, we are now certified by the leading national Data Protection Institute, udis.

Passive Infrared Sensor Option for JBT - August 6, 2012 by admin

Look, a frontplate option for the Junction Box Terminal units! It features a Passive Infrared presence detector, which is basically a binary sensor. Detection is communicated over Ethernet using the backplate module, which makes this the first Ethernet-able PIR detector known to mankind (please drop me a line, if you know otherwise).

Junction Box Terminal Series - July 30, 2012 by admin

Another form factor for standard junction box applications: The picture shows a simple RS232 adapter, which uses the platforms Ethernet connectivity to communicate with a software on a server. The unit is powered over the Ethernet wires according to 802.3af (PoE), but also has an AUX power option to supply it locally.

Shielded DIN-Rail Control Unit - July 2, 2012 by admin

This is our latest industrial rapid prototyping platform for DIN-rail mounting. It features a completely shielded housing, which guarantees for solid EMC performance, and a standard human interface compatible with all current and future prototypes of this form factor.

Our slogan - March 17, 2010 by admin

per habilis manu perutile opusculum is latin and describes our focus on ergonomic solutions with small form factors.

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