Automation Hardware Guide

Corrections and additions to the Control Engineering 1998 Automation Hardware Guide follow.

10/01/1998


Corrections and additions to the Control Engineering 1998 Automation Hardware Guide follow.

  • The listing for Ann Arbor Technologies (Ann Arbor, Mich.) was inadvertently left out. This entry should have appeared as:
    Company: Ann Arbor Technologies
    Products and display size/type: INX6000 (10.4-in TFT VGA) INX7000 (10.4-in TFT VGA) INX8500 (15-in TFT VGA) INX9000 (12.1-in TFT VGA) AAT1000 (13.8-in TFT VGA) AAT2000 (18-in TFT VGA)
    CPU (P=Pentium): P
    CPU speed (MHz): 133-233
    DRAM capacity (MB): 128
    Expansion slots 1 (quantity/type): 2 ISA
    Expansion slots 2 (quantity/type): 2 PCI/1 shared
    Floppy 1 (quantity/size): 1 (3.5-in)
    Hard disk (quantity/size): 1 (2GB-9GB)
    Front panel rating: NEMA 4/4X
    For more information, visit www.controleng.com/info .

  • Two photos were placed incorrectly in the Industrial PC and VME featured listings sections. The photo of Square D's Seriplex Optimizer family of board-style I/O was mistakenly placed with the write-up for Schneider Automation's Magelis HMI product line on p. 25, and vice versa on p. 68. The corrected versions of both products appear in the Products and Software section of this issue.

  • Phone, fax, e-mail, and web information were accidentally left out of Sealevel Systems' listing on p. 11. The correct indentifications are: Sealevel Systems Inc. 155 Technology Pl., P.O. Box 830, Liberty, S.C., 29657, Tel: 864/843-4343; Fax: 864/843-3067; E-mail: support@sealevel.com ; Web site: www.sealevel.com .

  • Phone, fax, and website data were also accidentally omitted from Advanced Microsystems's listing on p. 5. The company's information is: Advanced Microsystems Inc., Two Townsend West, Nashua, N.H., 03063-1277; Tel: 603/882-1447, Fax: 603/881-7600; Web site: www.ams2000.com .

  • InterlinkBT was accidentally left out of the network section and Manufacturers' Index. The company can be contacted at: Interlink BT, LLC, 3000 Campus Drive, Plymouth, Minn., 55441; Tel: 612/694-2300; Fax: 612/694-2399; Web site: www.interlinkbt.com .





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