Technical reads

Technical readss from Comtest

Fast and accurate automatic pressure testing and documentation of critical regulatory and compliance calibrations

Calibrator generates accurate pressure for single or multiple tests and automates the calibration process

PicoScope 2000 Series oscilloscopes deliver the functionality of six instruments in an ultra-portable package

PicoScope 2000 models from Pico Technology, UK-based design, further expands the applications and debug capabilities of Pico’s powerful yet highly portable oscilloscopes.

Verifying Resilience to DDoS Attacks

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks can target any application or service that is reachable from the internet. Web servers, DNS servers, routers, session border controllers, and many other services are constantly subject to attack. Identifying and mitigating these attacks is done using on-premises solutions, cloud-based solutions, or a hybrid solution combing both.

Top 3 Safety Hazards to avoid for PV solar installations

Safety levels during solar panel commissioning and installation have been strengthened substantially by the world’s first CAT III 1500 V true-RMS solar clamp meter

Medical facility improves safety and saves energy with an innovative maintenance program

Industrial Acoustic Imager for medical gas leak detection in hospitals has improved safety levels and cut costs while enabling sustainability goals to be met.

Predictive maintenance vibration

Be more PROACTIVE – Add route-based vibration checks - A FLUKE Application Note  

World Metrology Day 2022 - Metrology in the digital era

Since May 20, 1875, when representatives of 17 nations signed the Metre Convention, the world has agreed upon one, uniform measurement system–celebrated through 

Why is Calibration Important?

Calibration is important because it helps ensure accurate measurements, and accurate measurements are foundational to the quality, safety and innovation of most products and services we use and rely on every day.

Moving the Production Line

Moving or reconfiguring a production line can disrupt a complex and finely tuned system. When a line is moved, electrical distribution systems, variable frequency drives (VFDs), programmable logic controllers (PLCs), lighting, communication circuitry, controls, emergency stop systems, and more are susceptible to unanticipated changes ranging from glitches to outright failures. Glitches and failures at the unit level can in turn cause failures at the system level, such as unexpected tripping of conveyor drive systems, failures of the plant floor communication system, equipment overheating, unsafe electrical systems - and lots of headaches and downtime.

Stationary* Battery Basics: Jars & Straps

There is so much terminology related to stationary batteries and it’s hard to know what everything means. So, what’s the difference is between jars and straps?