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Automating automation: Why do smart devices have to be configured manually?
Automating automation: Why do smart devices have to be configured manually?

While smart instrumentation and field devices have highly sophisticated capabilities, configuration is still a mostly manual process. Users want to know why they still have to perform this action (and many others) the hard way. This is the Control Engineering October 2014 cover story for the print and digital edition.Read More

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Density compensation for steam drum levels
Density compensation for steam drum levels

This week's blog is all about accurately measuring and reporting level in steam drum. Read More

Enhancing piping, instrumentation diagrams to fit your needs
Enhancing piping, instrumentation diagrams to fit your needs

Process overview documents don’t always include everything you may need for a project, so don’t be afraid to add your own grubby little sketches.Read More

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What You Need, When You Need it.
The new S-20 pressure sensor is configurable in more than a billion variations to meet your needs and fit your schedule--quickly and economically. Learn more.
Analog IO modules with HART communications
Analog IO modules with HART communications

Opto 22's SNAP-AIMA-iH and SNAP-AOA-23-iH two-channel analog input and output modules use HART communications to extract status, diagnostics, and other information to increase uptime, improve... Read More

Temperature sensor calibrator
Temperature sensor calibrator

Fluke's 1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner helps calibrate temperature sensors without requiring a PC or software and it also has up to 40 analog input channels and can scan up to 10... Read More

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Digital Edition
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Understanding Machine Safety Guidelines eGuide
This eGuide illustrates how machine safety is serious business and should be at the forefront of any machine builder’s design process as well as the key steps necessary to lower risk and it highlights how integrated safety components can simplify machine design.
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Upcoming Webcast
Design and Deployment Best Practices for Reliable Industrial Ethernet Network Copper Connectivity

Presenters Robert D. Elliot and Michael Vermeer from Panduit will explain physical layer best practices and copper cabling infrastructure methodology using TIA-1005-A (and related ISA95) to help avoid network sprawl and accommodate the growth in nodes found on the factory floor.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014, at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

Sponsored by: Panduit
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Workcell for welding applications
Workcell for welding applications

Yaskawa Motoman's ArcWorld C-30 workcell is designed for welding of small- to medium-sized parts... Read More

Contactor series for military, commercial aircraft applications
Contactor series for military, commercial aircraft applications

TE Connectivity's (TE) Hartman KD400 series contactor is designed for 28 Vdc power systems in... Read More

Arc welding robot for high-density layouts
Arc welding robot for high-density layouts

Yaskawa Motoman's 6-axis MA1440 arc welding robot features a 6 kg payload and a large 50 mm wrist... Read More

Adjustable long-range read/write head
Adjustable long-range read/write head

Pepperl+Fuchs' long-range F192 reader is designed for reading tags at distances of more than 15 ft.... Read More

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