Stainless Steel Bar Code Wand is designed to operate in an environment from -20 to 50 degrees Celsius. The wide temperature range may mean the difference between a working bar code wand in extreme weather conditions. A special optical bandpass and electrical filter ensures that the bar code wand will read labels in direct sunlight or under strong fluorescent lighting. It is built for heavy duty use.
Stainless steel bearings are preferred where corrosion and chemical resistance are required. It also commonly specified for food and beverage processing machinery, medial appliances, medicine appliances, medicine equipments, and aerospace applications. Bearings made from stainless steel are available in all configurations, as well as custom, radial contact and angular contact.
Stainless steel bellows are used in the hydraulic system, where components are subjected to high loads. The stainless steel bellows separates the vacuum part from the actuating mechanism. They are typically made by a process called hydroforming and are stronger than nickel types. Stainless steel bellows prevents outgassing, virtual leaks and particle entrapment between bellows convolutions.
Stainless Steel BNC Junction Boxes are multiple channel connecting centers for terminating the outputs of accelerometers or other transducer field wiring. They are located in close proximity to the machine to reduce wiring cost and provide convenient access to the vibration signal by a portable data collector or analyzer. They are available in three versions such as "FG″ NEMA 4x fiberglass, "PS″ NEMA 4 powder coated steel and "SS″ NEMA 4x stainless steel.