12/03/2009 | 2080
How do you make your exhibit stand out in a crowded trade show like Productronica 2009? Leave your products home. At this year's trade show in Munich, Agilent's EMEA Field Marketing team pioneered a new trade show approach by demonstrating all of its test and measurement instruments remotely.
11/24/2009 | 1544
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) expanded its mixed-signal and digital-storage oscilloscope portfolio with two lower-cost 600-MHz Infiniium 9000 Series models, three new application packages and GPIB compatibility. The 9000 Series is the industry's first oscilloscope family to offer bandwidths from 600 MHz to 4 GHz, and it includes the industry's first mixed signal oscilloscope to support MIPI and SATA industry standards.
11/20/2009 | 1688
Keithley Instruments, Inc., a world leader in advanced electrical test instruments and systems, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with Agilent Technologies, Inc. ("Agilent") to sell substantially all of its RF product line to Agilent.
10/16/2009 | 1745
The recently launched E Platform family of handheld analyzers from Anritsu replaces the company's D series of Site Master and Cell Master analyzers, extending functionality and enhancing performance over the earlier models. The new Site Master offers a cable and antenna analyzer frequency range of 2 MHz to 4 or 6 GHz, compared with 25 MHz to 4 or 6 GHz for the older model. The new version also offers a spectrum analyzer frequency range of 100 kHz to 4 or 6 GHz, up from 100 kHz to 3 GHz.
10/07/2009 | 1730
Waterproof & dustproof IP67 digital multimeters are designed for the toughest environments and users. These two new meters have an extended operating temperature range –40 °C to +55 °C (5 °F to 131 °F) and 95% humidity for 20 minutes. Fluke 27 II & 28 II are engineered and tested to withstand a 3 m (10.0 ft) drop.
10/06/2009 | 2162
Since 1992, Ford Motor Company has been dedicated to fuel cell system (FCS) R&D. See how Ford developed an electronic control unit for an automotive fuel cell system using LabVIEW and an NI CompactRIO controller.
10/05/2009 | 1540
The 233 wireless remote DMM allows maintenance professionals to address an age-old problem — display positioning. The new Fluke 233 can be used for even the most common meter measurements and is especially suited for those situations where display viewing is challenging.
10/05/2009 | 1593
Tektronix launches the DMM4020 5 ½ digit and DMM4040/4050 6 ½ digit bench digital multimeters (DMMs). These products are targeted at embedded design and education classroom bench applications, and offer excellent technical performance along with a rich set of measurement and analysis features.
10/02/2009 | 1665
Danaher Corporation (NYSE: DHR) announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with MDS Inc. (TSX: MDS; NYSE: MDZ) to acquire the Analytical Technologies division of MDS, which includes a 50% ownership position in Applied Biosystems/MDS Sciex joint venture ("AB SCIEX"), a mass spectrometry business, and a 100% ownership position in the former Molecular Devices Corporation, a bioresearch and analytical instrumentation company. In a separate, but related transaction, Danaher also announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with Life Technologies Corporation (Nasdaq: LIFE) to acquire the remaining 50% ownership position in AB SCIEX. After completion of both transactions, Danaher will own outright AB SCIEX and Molecular Devices.
10/01/2009 | 1810
Fluke is excited to announce the addition of two new, High Definition, thermal imagers to our portfolio of rugged, reliable, and easy to use imagers. The new Fluke Ti32 and TiR32 thermal imagers combine a powerful 320x240 FPA sensor with field upgradeable lenses, removable batteries and many new features. Intended for industrial and building diagnostic applications, the Ti32 and TiR32 will allow customers to find, fix and prove problems and repairs fast. In these tough economic times, we all have to do more with less. These new imagers help our customers do exactly that.
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