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Our Regal Cinema refurbishment project opened on Friday 30 June 2017, with a screening of Casablanca.  The project is intended as a way to give back to the Fordingbridge Community, and will also provide subsidised accommodation for our new graduate recruits.

This month Lascar Electronics will be exhibiting at the Seawork Show in Southampton, Europe's largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, from Tuesday 13th to Thursday 15th of June 2017 at Mayflower Park. 

This year marks the 40th Anniversary of Lascar Electronics, and we were proud to celebrate this by sponsoring the Lascar Ruby Anniversary Handicap Stakes at Salisbury Races on Thursday 18 May 2017. 

For EasyLog WiFi users on the go, download the FilesThruTheAirTM Apps available from GooglePlay and the App Store. The App extends cloud access and visibility to phone and tablet users, delivering an optimised experience and features otherwise unavailable via the traditional mobile web interface.

Lascar extends its range of 21CFR compliant data loggers to include WiFi enabled sensors with their own secure cloud based monitoring system. View temperature and humidity data anytime, anywhere with the security of a remote 21CFR system.

The best thing about the iPhone is that it isn’t just a phone - it’s a myriad of devices all in one box. This type of ‘device convergence’ is happening all around us.  Join us in exploring the advantages and disadvantages of converged devices for industrial applications and get some advice on what specifiers should be looking for.

The upgraded PanelPilotACE Design Studio software brings the functionality of its EasyLog data loggers to PanelPilotACE displays for the first time. Along with the updated software Lascar has also expanded the hardware options available to engineers with the introduction of a larger, 7” panel display.

 You’ve brought the wiring loom, you’ve wired up the engine bay electrics and now you’re left with a whole bunch of wires in the dashboard area. How am I going to connect all these wires to display all the information I need?

Let’s face it – everyone likes to have a play with things... especially people with an Engineering background! That’s why before I go on PanelPilotACE customer sales visit, I try and put together a basic project that I think will appeal to my audience. 

With modern touch screen colour displays and embedded computing, engineers and developers now have the hardware to create multi-screen, interactive interfaces for industrial instrumentation and panels. What follows are five tips that will help utilise that hardware in the best way possible.

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