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Aerospace & Defence
28th February 2017
IHM sensors reduce downtime for rugged applications

A range of Honeywell's patented IHM (Integrated Health Monitoring) series aerospace proximity sensors for harsh duty aircraft applications are now available in Europe through TTI. The IHM series are non-contact devices designed to sense the presence or absence of a target, providing on/off output, plus they can also be configured with an optional health monitoring output to the host system.

15th November 2016
How to convince your CFO to invest in energy management software

In today’s business climate, it’s a real battle to get energy saving projects funded by senior executives. Budgets are tight and resources for projects are limited. So if you want the attention of decision makers, you’d better have a good story with solid economics coupled to a solid strategy. In this article, we bundle know-how gathered from dozens of energy managers who have used Honeywell’s EnactoTM energy intelligence ...

4th October 2016
Board mount pressure sensors designed to measure low airflow

A series of board mount pressure sensors have been released by Honeywell, they have been designed to measure low airflow with high accuracy that is suitable for use in medical devices; heating, air conditioning and ventilation (HVAC) systems; and drones.

27th September 2016
Compact industrial label printers

Honeywell released new models of its MP Series durable compact industrial label printers. The MP Series printers are among the smallest industrial label printers on the market, featuring all-metal casing for improved durability. The MP Series printers can be used in almost any orientation and can be easily mounted on walls, manufacturing lines or fork trucks, making them ideal for industrial work environments where space is an issue.

17th August 2016
Putting health at the top of the agenda

Emma Segelov, Marketing Manager for MK Electric (a Honeywell company), explains the growing importance of specifying anti-bacterial devices in hospitals to prevent the growing risk of infection.

19th May 2016
Automated multi-vendor, multi-technology data collection system

The latest version of the Connexo MultiSense, multi-vendor, multi-communication technology meter data collection (MDC) system, developed by Elster, has been announced by Honeywell.

25th April 2016
Alarm range increases residential safety

A connected home safety system has been launched by Honeywell which includes smoke and heat alarms and a wireless module. The X-Series combines a discreet design with a ten year lifetime and warranty, and easy installation.

15th April 2016
Honeywell's Elster selected for smart electricity meter project

Honeywell has announced that its Elster business, has been selected by Enexis for a five-year contract to deliver more than 1m smart electricity meters in the Netherlands as part of the country’s efforts to meet European Union energy efficiency goals.

Events News
5th April 2016
Honeywell to exhibit at ISC West 2016

At this year’s ISC West, expanded connectivity for homes and businesses will be highlighted by Honeywell, as well as technology advancements in false-alarm reduction and wireless fire detection. While the connected home and building have been areas of focus for the company, this year’s ISC West attendees will see momentum from the merger of Honeywell’s security and fire businesses.

4th April 2016
Honeywell completes acquisition of Xtralis

Honeywell has announced that it has completed its acquisition of Xtralis, a leading global provider of aspirating smoke detection, advanced perimeter security technologies, and video analytics software for $480m. Xtralis aspirating smoke detection solutions protect many Fortune 500 companies, iconic sites, and critical infrastructures worldwide to provide very early warning and verification of threats to speed response time and minimise facility ...

11th December 2015
Magnetoresistive sensors offer sensitivity up to 11 Gauss

Honeywell’s latest addition to its line of magnetoresistive technologies feature highly sensitive sensor ICs, which offer design engineers more flexibility for creating industrial, medical and white goods devices. The Standard Power series offers a maximum sensitivity of 11 Gauss, making the sensors among the most sensitive in their class for standard power applications.

27th August 2015
Quadrature speed & direction sensor reduces downtime

Combining high-performance accuracy with industry-leading reliability, the MagSpeed Quadrature output speed and direction sensor has been unveiled by Honeywell. The sensor is designed and tested to perform within potentially harsh conditions that could cause malfunctions and system downtime from moisture, extreme temperatures and electrical noise.

18th August 2015
Digital pressure sensors reduce design & manufacturing costs

Claimed to be one of the smallest amplified digital pressure sensors in the industry, Honeywell has unveiled its Amplified Basic Pressure (ABP) sensor. Designed to help engineers design systems that fit on increasingly smaller and lower power devices, the ABP sensor features wet-media compatibility, as well as sleep mode and temperature output options. This makes it a versatile choice for IoT applications.

28th July 2014
Board-mounted sensors meet pressure challenges

Today’s liquid-compatible, board-mounted sensors are meeting the challenges involved with pressure sensing in high-humidity environments. By Bryan Hovey, Product Manager, Pressure and Thermal, Honeywell Sensing and Control.

20th May 2014
Nanopower AMR sensor is billed as an industry first

A series of nanopower anisotropic magnetoresistive sensor ICs, billed as an industry first, has been launched by Honeywell. The ICs provide magnetic sensitivity (as low as 7 Gauss typical) while requiring nanopower (360 nA) and, when compared to other magnetic technologies, offer design engineers a number of advantages.

22nd April 2014
Board mount pressure sensors cover 1-150psi range

Honeywell introduce the TBP series of basic board mount pressure sensors. Used to measure gauge pressures, the compensated unamplified sensors suit medical applications including hospital beds, oxygen concentrators, wound therapy and blood pressure monitoring, and industrial applications such as HVAC transmitters, air movement control, environmental control, leak detection, pneumatic controls and other commercial applications.

19th February 2014
IP67 pressure switches are durable and reliable

Expanding the company's pressure switch portfolio, Honeywell Sensing and Control have announced the HP series, HE series and LE series. These IP67 rated pressure switches provide high burst pressure ranges as well as a long life cycle rating, enhancing durability and reliability.

23rd December 2013
Hall-effect sensor IC suits brushless motor designs

Well-suited for demanding, cost-sensitive and high-volume applications, Honeywell Sensing and Control have introduced the SS360PT and SS460P high sensitivity latching Hall-effect sensor ICs with built-in pull-up resistors. Typical applications for the high performance, economical sensors include commuting brushless DC motors used for medical equipment and appliances as well as for flow-rate sensing, speed and RPM sensing, tachometers, counter pic...

28th October 2013
HumidIcon sensors offer industry-leading long-term accuracy

Offering industry-leading long-term accuracy, stability, and reliability, Honeywell's new 6000, 7000, 8000, and 9000 Series of the HumidIcon combination digital output RH and thermal sensor solutions have been made available today. Featuring true, temperature compensated digital I2C or SPI output, the new sensors are targeted for medical, HVAC, and industrial applications and provide a cost effective solution for device and system ...

29th August 2013
New digital pressure sensors with CANopen

Honeywell Sensing and Control has today introduced a new series of digital pressure sensors with CANopen, the Model DPS sensors. Rugged and all-welded, the Model DPS sensors provide consistent performance in harsh environments, and can be used in a wide range of demanding applications like transportation, process control, factory automation, medical equipment systems, and aerospace test and research.

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