New digital measurement amplifier for calibration of sensors

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The DMP41 is the new digital measuring amplifier from HBM for installation in control cabinets.

Enclosed in a 19in housing, the DMP41 is suitable for the calibration and adjustment of strain gauge-based force, torque and pressure transducers, as well as load cells and flow sensors that are calibrated using load cells. Featuring an accuracy class of 0.005, the DMP41 provides maximum precision, even in the toughest of conditions, such as industrial environments with high EMC requirements.

Featuring 2-6 simultaneously measuring channels, the DMP41 has a user friendly design and can be easily operated by touchscreen or PC screen. The latest version of the DMP41 now features a new patented background calibration, which ensures that measurement can always continue, even while calibration of internal measurement channels are in progress.

Meanwhile, following the recent acquisition of Reliasoft, HBM is now offering customers a comprehensive range of Reliasoft seminars, designed to meet the growing demand for reliability engineering, across a wide range of industries.

‘Design for Reliability’ is a systematic engineering program designed to integrate reliability engineering into the entire development and production cycle, which is an increasingly important consideration to manufacturers.

Suitable for beginners and experienced users, the courses provide practical and theoretical advice on the latest software solutions and concept development and covers topics such as Reliability 3.0, and Foundations of Reliability Engineering Data Analysis and Modelling.

September 16, 2015

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