As the U.S. reels from a blistering cyber security attack this week that has infected over a dozen federal agencies, the nation’s nuclear power facilities may have been breached as well. Reports from the Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security...
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The NTM-P is a replacement for Dixon Ametek BE 101 and BE 051 Edgewise Bargraph meters.
The housing is an industry-standard 1.39″ W x 6.6″ H x 3.67″ D available in plastic. This single-channel Bar-Digital meter/controller is available in loop (4-20mA), A.C. signal or external power to replace fit, form, and function any analog or digital panel meter. Our Powerless (loop/signal) versions only consume <60mW, comparable to an analog meter! The external power series features over 30 signal conditioners.
This unit is the next-generation replacement for the HI-Q 101, commonly utilized by the NOAA & FAA.
OTEK’s Model APM is a four (4) digit green, red, or blue LED indicator that accepts standard avionics power of 5-32VDC and intensity control voltage of 1.5 – 5V 50-440Hz (or DC/Resistance). OTEK’s exclusive powerless technique allows the APM to be loop powered causing a maximum of 5VDC burden to the loop.
The APM only requires 2 wires to operate. The heart of the APM is an ASIC that accepts VDC or mADC and can be scaled (internally) to any value. The unit mounts in a standard avionics 1″ diameter hole with four (4) mounting screws and connects to Power and signal via a “Twist Lock” circular connector (DBC53H-10-6P, Mating Cable End: MS347640 (L or M) -6S).
The APM is fully sealed and it is not affected by differential pressure, liquid spray (NEMA4X), or humidity.
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U.S. energy giant Exelon Corporation is mulling a decision to split the company’s multistate utilities from its nuclear generation arm. The consideration comes on the heels of a financially rough year for the company which announced in August that it would be closing...
As the manufacturing industry increasingly becomes more reliant on digital systems, they also become more vulnerable to cyber security attacks. Now it’s true that most U.S. manufacturers already have provisions or protocols for cyber security in place, but are they up...