Pressure is measured in many technical systems under very different conditions and with different requirements. As the number of needed electronic pressure transmitter variants continues to grow to meet these requirements, so does the significance of efficient on-demand production in small batches. To meet the needs of this trend with an economical solution Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) is fully committed to a building block approach for pressure transmitter design and production.
Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) will display the measurement and sensor product range with various new highlights at Hannover Messe. For example the pressure transmitter F02 for safety related applications. It complies with the highly complex requirements of the new 2006/42/EG machinery guidelines. The F02 possesses the necessary properties required by the EN ISO 13849-1 and IEC 61508 standards for the compliance of functional safety. As a result, it is ideal for use in systems that require a pressure transmitter with a PLd Performance Level or a Safety Integrity Level of SIL2. Consistent with STW’s many years of experience in the mobile hydraulic applications sector, particular attention was paid to typical prevalent conditions such as vibrations, EMC requirements, thermal stress loads and protection against other external influences.
The electrification of vehicles is pushing forward into every industry. Especially in the agricultural sector, electrification offers the possibility to address the challenges of the future. Ultimately increased yield from ever reduced areas is being driven by demographic developments. Keywords such as “precision farming” are indicators of the climbing requirements.
EVA, the unique electric taxi for tropical mega-cities celebrated its premier at the Tokyo Motor Show.
STW demonstrates with an exhibition model, state of the art data networking in industrial vehicles
The STW exhibition stand at Agritechnica is all about system expertise. In recent years, the product range, comprising electronic controls and measurement solutions, has grown into a comprehensive system, not only through STW’s expansion into the areas of electrification and teleservice, but also with regard to software and know-how in applications.
The senior management of Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) has gained two new members. On August 1st, Sonja Wiedemann and Dr. Michael Schmitt were appointed as managing directors, joining the existing management Katharina und Wolfgang Wiedemann.
40 International teams participated in the third Formula Student Electric (FSE) .The young engineers on each team had a year to design a race car using their skills in disciplines such as acceleration, endurance, energy, design and financial planning.
The ESX-TC3 development team at Sensor-Technik Wiedemann proudly presents the new ESX-TC3 board support package v3.1. The new version is available now and includes the following new features and improvements:
STW is pleased to welcome Mr Yang Zhou as the Manager of the Electronic Control Department with our long-time partner and system integrator BETC (Beijing Engineering Technology Company). Mr Zhou joins BETC with a background in motion control, and long experience in both industrial and mobile projects. STW welcomes Mr Zhou, and we look forward to an on-going and successful cooperation.
SEAWORK International is a commercial marine exhibition held from the 25th to 27th of June. SEAWORK focuses on commercial vessels and work boats with over 450 exhibitors from throughout the world. The exhibition provides the opportunity for operators, owners, builders and suppliers to exchange information on the latest products and technologies.
STW will be sponsoring the 1st International Mobile Machine Control (MMC) Conference, that is taking place from the 12th-13th June 2013 in the Meistersingerhalle in Nürnberg. The conference offers the participants and ideal platform to learn about the latest developments and trends in mobile machines, and to exchange information in the accompanying table top exhibition.
The powerMELA product family from Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) expands further. The established powerMELA drive with 140 kW continuous power is now joined by the smaller 80 kW version. At Bauma 2013 the new 80 kW machine can be seen in action: it’s used to accelerate and brake the rotating platform of a model of a diesel electric hybrid excavator, in a novel interactive display. The recuperated brake energy is stored in a Lithium Ion battery, and made available for the acceleration phase of the operating cycle. The model demonstrates how the efficiency of a machine can be significantly increased, and thereby the fuel consumption reduced.
As part of the "MobiliTec" show, Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) is presenting a pioneering electric drive for commercial vehicles, buses and mobile machinery. STW’s permanent magnet synchronous machine powerMELA C, with 140 kW continuous power, is combined with a three-speed dual-clutch transmission to meet a wide range of drive requirements. The combination drive is lightweight, uniquely compact and operates in all modes at the optimal efficiency, with high starting torque and top end speed. Shifting without interruption of traction fits well to the characteristics of the electric drive, and enhances the driving performance and comfort. The drive solution has been realised by STW in cooperation with the Canadian transmission specialists Kinetic Drive Solutions, and has already proven itself in practice.
The Kaufbeuren company Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) was recently honored with the ‘Supplier of the Year’ award from one of the world’s leading tractor manufacturers, AGCO/Fendt of Marktoberdorf.
The ESX-TC3 development team at Sensor-Technik Wiedemann proudly presents the new ESX-TC3 board support package v2.2.