SMT connect hall 4, booth 118
Fluke Process Instruments presents its new Datalogger "Datapaq DP5"For in-line temperature monitoring in reflow soldering processes. Following the product launch at the previous year's event, series production is now running. The loggers are available with a variety of accessories and build on the established system "Datapaq Reflow Tracker", which also includes a specialized analysis software.
"Breakthrough" - so called Florian V├Âlker, development engineer Tschorn, the first self-programmed measuring cycles. "For some time now, we have been working on this topic in development and at the end of February we finally had our first own measuring cycles running", continues V├Âlker.
Flo-ir presents Messger├Ątwith which layer thicknesses can be measured on wood, paper or plastics. If, for example, the material is coated wafer-thin or a bonded coating is applied, the thickness of the individual layers of the coating can subsequently be detected.
Logimat Hall 6, Stand A64
Aspion presents the newly developed generation of the Shock sensor "G-log 2 "for transport monitoring and intralogistics applications. The event-controlled impact and climate data acquisition, long battery life and versatile communication options are specially designed to meet the requirements of machine and system export.
Aerotech presents with the "AGV-SPO" a new Galvo high performance scanner. It offers a wider field of view than traditional 2D scanners, reduces laser spot distortion, and is flexible enough to accommodate a wide range of mirror surfaces for a variety of laser wavelengths. As a result, the laser scanner offers an extremely wide range of applications, from additive manufacturing to medical technology.