ATEX

ATEX

Deeter Electronics Inc. Moves into an Explosive New Market and now has products fit for a King. Liquid Level Sensors that meet the ATEX Directive 94/9EC.

What is ATEX I hear you ask? Why is this such Big News for Deeter?

ATEX and IECEx standards provide us the ability to provide you with the assurance you need when working in a hazardous environment.

Deeter appoint new Sensor Distributor for Asia

New Asian website launched in support of appointment

 

The Deeter Group, market leaders in the design, development and manufacture of electronic sensors and control systems, announce appointment of a new distributor in Singapore. Established in 1996 MaxMega specialises in sales of high performance electronics components and system integration services into the major Asia-Pacific markets.

 

Peter Whiteaker, Managing Director of Deeter Group, comments; ”We have been looking for a well-connected and technically capable sales channel for the Asia-Pacific region for some time and enlisted the aid of the British High Commission to help us find a short list of possible companies. We selected MaxMega for a number of reasons; Singapore has a western business culture very much like the UK, has a great location, excellent infrastructure and is a gateway into our target markets. MaxMega has offices in China, Hong-Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand and India and is an experienced technical distributor which will be of great benefit to our Asian customers.”

 

The newly launched Deeter Asia website www.deetergroup.asia provides a local language portal into the main Deeter Group website which offers full technical specifications, data-sheet downloads and online shopping for their leading range of electronic sensors, wireless sensor systems and control and instrumentation systems.

 

The Deeter Group product range includes level switches, float switches, level sensors, continuous level sensors, 4-20mA level sensors, custom level sensors, water level sensors, liquid level sensors, tank level indicators, panel mounted displays, level controllers, wireless sensor systems. For more information on the Deeter Electronics range of sensing products call +44 (0)1494 566046 or visit www.deeter.co.uk

About MaxMega:

A specialist distributor of active and passive components including Fast/Gigabit Ethernet Switch Controller, System Controller for RISC CPU, High-Speed Physical Layer Solutions, PC Chips sets, CPU, Bluetooth Wireless Solution, Power Management IC and etc. Passive components namely surface mount chip capacitors, precision high power resistors, transformers, connectors, etc. MaxMega serves the major sectors in the hi-tech industry specifically the Data Communications, Data Storage, PC & PDA, Office Equipment, Cellar Phone and Contract Manufacturing.

 

About Deeter Group:

The Deeter Group is a privately owned group of companies first established in the UK in 1982 and set up to provide electronic services and products to industry. The Group comprises Deeter Engineering Services Ltd, Deeter Weighing Systems, Deeter Electronics Ltd, Deeter Electronics Inc and Deeter International Ltd. During its existence it has developed from a small local supplier to a Group of companies which trade throughout the world. Deeter now lists among its customers many large international companies and has justly earned its reputation as a supplier of quality products and services.

 

Deeter Electronics was established in 1991 as a distributor of specialist electronic products. It now supplies a range of products to customers in the UK, mainland Europe, Asia and North and South America. In addition to some sensor products manufactured within the Deeter Group, Deeter Electronics is now either an agent or distributor for a number of market leading component Brands.

 

 

For more information

Alan Marsh

The Deeter Group.
Deeter House
Valley Road
Hughenden Valley
HP14 4LW

T: +44 (0)1494 566046
F: +44 (0)1494 563961

E: [email protected]

W: www.deeter.co.uk

 

All Sorts of Sensors
All Sorts of Sensors

Our Wireless Sender makes other devices into wireless devices.Deeter’s Wireless Sender: a part of our Wireless Sensor System, the Sender takes up to four switched inputs and / or one analogue input and transmits them wirelessly to our Wireless Base Station where they are produced as up to four switched outputs and / or a 4-20mA analogue output.Power is via a 3.6V Lithium Thionyl Chloride battery, or a mains power supply. If battery powered and connected to a current loop device the Sender can also scavenge power from the current loop.To learn more, visit http://www.deeter.co.uk/wireless-sender.htm
or contact [email protected]or call 01494 566 046We make: A range of Standard Float Switches A range of Standard Liquid Level Sensors Unique Customer Specific Level Sensors A Leak Detector product A Fluid Dispensor product Current Loop Displays and Dual Level Controllers A Wireless Sensor System product range
New Multi-Channel Wireless Base Station with Deeter Data Viewer Software enables viewing of 8 analogue and 32 digital inputs. To learn more, visit: http://www.deeter.co.uk/wireless-multi-channel.htm
contact [email protected]or call 01494 566 046Custom Liquid Level Sensors – we specialise in Custom Liquid Level Sensors and we have no minimum order quantity, To learn more, visit:http://www.deeter.co.uk/custvert.htm
contact [email protected]or call 01494 566 046The Leak Detector for server rooms and building basements, daisy chain 8-10 sensors, a din rail mounted controller unit. Leak and fault output, user selectable options. Early warning of leaks in sensitive environments. To learn more, visit:http://www.deeter.co.uk/leak_detector.htm
contact [email protected]or call 01494 566 04680 Series Horizontal Stainless Steel Liquid Level Sensor
Designed for high temperature and high pressure and sensing chemically aggressive liquids. Our 80 Series provides a highly cost efffective solution where high reliability in a demanding environment is called for.
To learn more, visit: http://www.deeter.co.uk/80series.htm
contact [email protected]or call 01494 566 046Talking liquid level sensors? Talk to Deeter!