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The long and short of connecting sensors to control rooms
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Temperature sensors, more than most other types of instrumentation, can require specialized cabling and treatment to provide accurate data.Read More

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Using EtherNet/IP in process automation instead of fieldbus
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EtherNet/IP takes advantage of Ethernet commercial technologies to surpass alternative solutions.Read More

Calibrating a wireless sensor in the shop
Calibrating a wireless sensor in the shop

Direct connection of the calibrator, temperature block, and device management platform simplifies the process and records results automatically. Video: Beamex’s Ned Espy demonstrates the process.Read More

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Temperature sensor with integrated resistance detector
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The TS530 by Turck has an integrated resistance temperature detector (RTD) and has IP69K protection ratings, making it ideal for harsh manufacturing environments.Read More

Flow computer and gas volume corrector
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The ERZ-2000 NG Flow Computer and Gas Volume Corrector by Honeywell is designed for gas flow meters including turbine, vortex, and ultrasonic and uses two Ethernet plugs to communicate with separate... Read More

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Factory acceptance testing with system simulators
Factory acceptance testing with system simulators

System simulators allow developers to test most of a new control system, but not the entire system.... Read More

Hazards encountered in industrial automation
Hazards encountered in industrial automation

Recognizing safety hazards is important in any work environment—in the office, commissioning on the... Read More

Separating good code from bad: The "paper-and-pencil" method
Separating good code from bad: The "paper-and-pencil" method

As the digital age continues to grow, the automation industry keeps up with upgrading or replacing... Read More

The importance of quality throughout project lifecycle
The importance of quality throughout project lifecycle

As engineers, we are very detail oriented and should always make quality part of our process—it... Read More

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