The TDK-Lambda i6A series of non-isolated dc-dc converters are designed for use as drop-in replacements for expensive isolated 1/6th converters in medical, communications, industrial, and test and measurement equipment.
Cloud: Data historians help manufacturers collect, store, and retrieve the massive amount of process-related data in cloud-based applications, comparative analysis, and quality improvement in the Industrial Internet of Things...
Researchers at MIT have developed an infrared depth-sensing system built from a smartphone with a laser attached that can work outdoors as well as in, which could be beneficial for future field activities.
Portescap's 24DCT range of Athlonix brush dc motors has an energy-efficient coreless design with a self-supporting coil and magnetic circuit and is designed for battery-driven applications such as medical and industrial pumps.
The most-visited articles at www.controleng.com during December 2012 included the following topics: best products, fixing PID, mobile apps, System Integrator of the Year winners and prior winners, System Integrator Giants,...
Imagine a world in which your wristwatch or other wearable device communicates directly with your online profiles, storing information about your daily activities where you can best access it – all without requiring batteries.
Top 5 Control Engineering articles, Sept. 1-7: The first PLC, wireless propagation fundamentals, future of the PLC, more
Articles about the competition for the first PLC, wireless propagation fundamentals, the PLC’s future, automation in 2020, and the System Integrator Giants of 2014 were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from last...
SPONSORED White Paper: Using Commercial Off-the-Shelf Mobile Devices in Industrial Automation: "Russian Roulette" or the "New Normal?"
This white paper explores the pros and cons and discusses four things to consider: environment, safety, security, and connectivity and whether you should use off-the-shelf mobile devices in your industrial automation system.