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PLC vs. PAC vs. IPCs
PLC vs. PAC vs. IPCs

Know the features, limits, and compatibilities to select the right controller: programmable logic controller (PLC), programmable automation controller (PAC), or industrial PC (IPC). Choosing the correct control platform from the beginning will increase the odds that the project will be a success. A system integrator...Read More

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How to rank controllers
How to rank controllers

With the growing number of controller choices available to automation engineers, separating the chaff to find the best device for a particular application can be difficult.Read More

All-in-one panels versus PACs: Which is right for your application?
All-in-one panels versus PACs: Which is right for your application?

All-in-one automation panels can offer deterministic, real-time control as traditional programmable controllers for many applications, especially for low- to mid-range applications that require a... Read More

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Most Powerful DC Motor in its Class
MICROMO announces the newest FAULHABER CR DC Motor series: 3890 CR. A very powerful neodymium magnet and particularly high copper content rotor winding provide the compact drive with an enormous amount of power. Learn more.
Universal programming software allows control of robots, servos, drives
Universal programming software allows control of robots, servos, drives

The ability to program and control robots, servos, and drives with one software package is available with the Yaskawa Singular Control concept. Yaskawa’s MotionWorks IEC development platform uses IEC... Read More

Robot sales in U.S. set another record
Robot sales in U.S. set another record

The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) reported total of 22,427 robots valued at $1.3 billion were ordered from North American companies in the first nine months of 2015, which beats the record... Read More

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Who said high-end motion control solutions need to be expensive and labor intensive? It was not Mitsubishi Electric. Click here to see how.
Upcoming Webcast
Control Engineering Information Integration Webcast
Speakers Dennis Brandl and Mark Hoske will discuss how information integration ensures that the right information gets to the right persons, automated systems and devices in time to make the right decisions. Implementers of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industrie 4.0 platforms understand that effective information integration is required for intelligent and highly competitive manufacturing. The webcast will also include key findings related to IIoT, Industry 4.0, and information integration, according to Control Engineering research.

Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 11 a.m. PDT/1 p.m. CDT/2 p.m. EDT

Sponsored by: Siemens
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Six-axis robot for assembly, material handling applications
Six-axis robot for assembly, material handling applications

Yaskawa Motoman's MH12 six-axis robot is designed for assembly, dispensing, material handling,... Read More

Drive solution for constant pressure hydraulic systems
Drive solution for constant pressure hydraulic systems

Bosch Rexroth's Sytronix FcP (frequency controlled pump drive) is an energy-efficient... Read More

Infrared camera for thermographic applications
Infrared camera for thermographic applications

Fluke's TiX620 infrared camera has 640 x 480 resolution and provides measurement accuracy and its... Read More

Industrial automation cables for signal and control equipment
Industrial automation cables for signal and control equipment

Molex has launched a series of Flamar industrial automation cables designed for signal and control... Read More

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