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BEKA associates Ltd


Old Charlton Road
Hitchin
Hertfordshire
SG5 2DA
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01462 438301
Fax : 01462 453971
Email : dave.turner@beka.co.uk
Web : www.beka.co.uk


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New Tachometers: just the ticket for speed measurements in all Zones 07 March 2017

This extensive new range of Tachometers from BEKA associates simplifies speed measurement and display in both hazardous and non-hazardous areas. Featuring panel and field mounting models which can be configured to function with most sensors, the tachometers have bold easy to read displays simultaneously showing speed and the total time that the monitored machinery has been operating. ...

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One and two input Counters simplify applications in hazardous and safe areas 25 January 2017

BEKA associates new one and two input pulse Counters can economically perform industrial counting functions in hazardous and safe areas.  All models have large easy to read displays with optional backlighting, isolated synchronous pulse and 4/20mA outputs, plus dual alarms. ...

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BEKA associates - Hazardex 2017 Exhibitor Profile - Stand 25 03 November 2016

BEKA associates Ltd. is a privately owned, independent British company with over 30 years dedication to the design and manufacture of display instrumentation. We specialise in intrinsically safe 4-20mA loop powered indicators and continuously develop new products for general purpose as well as hazardous areas. ...

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Choice of enclosures for new Rate Totalisers 13 September 2016

BEKA associates have introduced third generation Rate Totalisers which provide an easy to read display of rate and total flow in the same or different engineering units from almost any pulse output flowmeter. ...

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BEKA associates Ltd. is a privately owned, independent British company dedicated to the design and manufacture of indicators and displays for hazardous areas. 19 April 2016

Since 1984 BEKA has specialised in intrinsically safe, loop powered 4/20mA indicators which are now fourth generation models, and continuously developed a wide range of rate totalisers, fieldbus and data displays, plus annunciators such as flashing beacons, sounders and panel lamps. ...

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Standards and certification for hazardous area instrumentation 29 January 2016

This article, written by Intrinsic Safety Consultant Chris Towle and submitted by BEKA associates, is intended to provide guidance on the certification and standards used in the design and application of instrumentation used in hazardous areas. Inevitably this subject is one of constant but usually slow change and hence the date on which this document is written – January 2016 - should be taken into account. ...

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Compact field mounting 4/20mA indicator can be installed in limited space 06 January 2016

BEKA has added compact field mounting instruments to its range of 4/20mA loop powered indicators.  The new 'G' models have a large easy to read display housed in a compact, IP66 impact resistant GRP enclosure which can be installed where space is limited.  ...

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BEKA associates - HazardEx 2016 Exhibitor profile 13 August 2015

BEKA associates Ltd. is a privately owned, independent British company dedicated to the continuous development of display instrumentation predominantly for use in hazardous areas. ...

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New loop powered Rate Totalisers have a large display 28 June 2013

BEKA associates new field and panel mounting loop-powered 4/20mA Rate Totalisers have large easy to read displays which simultaneously show rate and total flow in engineering units.   All models include a root extractor, lineariser and calibrator with optional dual alarms and backlighting.    ...

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The use of 4-20mA indicators in hazardous areas 16 April 2013

Loop powered indicators have been used in intrinsically safe systems for some time, but ‘nA’ indicators which are non-sparking devices that may be installed in Zone 2, are less common.   This article considers both types, but gives more attention to the less established ‘nA’ indicators which may be used to display the 4-20mA current flowing in hazardous area loops protected by any technique apart from intrinsic safety....

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