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October 9, 2017 by Jonathan Lance

ASM 29th Heat Treating Society Conference & Expo 2017

  Televac is a proud sponsor of Heat Treat 2017 October 24-26, 2017 – Greater Columbus Convention Center   Register here   Heat Treat 2017, the biennial show from the ASM Heat Treating Society, is considered the premier, can’t-miss event for heat treating professionals in North America.  This year’s conference and expo will feature an exciting […]

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September 19, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

One-Minute Read: 4A Convection Sensor Offers Improved Accuracy

The Televac 4A convection sensor now gives you ±10% accuracy from 1×10-2 Torr (10 microns) to 1000 Torr (above atmosphere) when used with the MX200 or MX4A.  Improvements to our newest vacuum controllers and active gauges, including all versions of the Televac MX200 controller and Televac MX4A active gauge, the 4A convection sensor (also called […]

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July 19, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

New Safety Regulations: Tilt Sensors and MEWPs [Infographic]

The IPAF is making several significant changes to the ANSI A92 standards, which were released earlier this year and are expected to go into effect by mid-2018. The updates include incorporating ISO concepts which will align North American aerial lift manufacturers more closely with global markets across Europe, Australia, and China. In addition to the […]

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June 14, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

FAQ: What Does It Take to Be An Electrical Engineer

From aerospace and agricultural to environmental and electrical, there are few career paths that touch as many industries as that of engineering. This explains why the field has already increased by 1.1% or 28,000 engineering workers since 2016, according to TechServe Alliance. At Fredericks, we strive to maintain top talent when it comes to electrical […]

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May 9, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

Employee Spotlight: Purchasing Manager Cindy Seipp

Interested in learning more about the individuals who help The Fredericks Company provide exceptional products and services to our customers? Welcome to our blog’s Employee Spotlight series! This series aims to give our readers a peek at Fredericks’ hard-working team to learn more about their roles at the company and what motivates them to work […]

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May 8, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

New Televac Modular Vacuum Controller Model Offers EthernetIP Capability

May 8, 2017, Huntingdon Valley, PA – The Fredericks Company, an industry-leading innovator and manufacturer of vacuum and tilt measurement products, announces the Televac MX200 Vacuum Controller with EthernetIP (EIP) capability. This new device adds yet another beneficial feature to the recently released MX200 Vacuum Controller which includes USB/RS-232/RS-485 standard on every unit. The latest […]

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May 5, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

New Product: The MX200 with EthernetIP Capability

  Advanced technology and innovation are two things you’ll always find at The Fredericks Company because our engineers pay close attention to the changing needs of the dynamic industries we serve. We’re continuously expanding our product lines to adapt to new industry requirements and fill gaps across the tilt and vacuum measurement market. That’s why […]

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April 25, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

The Fredericks Company Announces Official Launch of the 0729-1763-XX Dual Axis Tilt Switch

April 25, 2017, Huntingdon Valley, PA – The Fredericks Company, an industry-leading innovator and manufacturer of tilt and vacuum measurement products, expands its line of tilt switches with a new programmable dual axis tilt switch. The 0729-1763-XX utilizes Fredericks’ TrueTilt™ sensors and four adjustable output relays. Its compact structure and economic design make this tilt […]

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April 6, 2017 by The Fredericks Company

Infographic: 4 Reasons to Make the Switch to Electrolytic Tilt Sensors

When product lifetimes are measured in years, not months, and sensor accuracy is crucially important to the end-user, electrolytic tilt sensors triumph where others fall short. For decades, engineers have relied on electrolytic tilt sensors to provide exceptionally high accuracy in applications such as: Geotechnical and structural monitoring Construction vehicles and elevating work platforms Agricultural machinery and […]

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