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Machine Safety: OSHA Top 10 Violations for 2012
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What have I been saying all year? Right, machine safety has become even more important in the past 10 years. Why? In my opinion there’s no single answer. Hasn’t there always been recognition... Read More

Ensuring industrial Ethernet performance, reliability
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During the past 10 years, Internet and networked devices have proliferated beyond what anyone could have imagined, and there is every indication that growth will continue to be strong in the coming... Read More

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Understanding machine safety analysis in the U.S. (Part 2)
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Read Part 1 This trail of breadcrumbs has led us back to ISO 13849-1:2006, Safety of Machinery – Safety-Related Parts of Control Systems. This new standard is the basis for the PL and B10d ratings... Read More

The next big thing is at hand
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This is the time of the year when IT departments are looking for The Next Big Thing (TNBT) so they can plan for purchases, system changes, and organizational restructuring. No one wants to miss TNBT... Read More

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Video: Advice From System Integrators Of The Year, 2013
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Gateway switch for PLC programming and process visualization
Gateway switch for PLC programming and process visualization

Wago's PFC200 is designed to offer compact, computing power for PLC programming and process... Read More

Multi-touch panel PC series has multi-core CPUs
Multi-touch panel PC series has multi-core CPUs

Beckhoff Automation's CP22xx Panel PC series combines a multi-touch interface with... Read More

Communications module for Profibus network
Communications module for Profibus network

Molex's Brad SST Communication Modules SST-PB3S-CLX-RLL, SST-PB3S-CLX-RLL-CC and SST-PB3S-CLXT-RLL... Read More

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Gripper designed for multiple automated manufacturing tasks

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