CE's Controller Capability Survey

Oak Brook, Ill.— To help research two feature articles scheduled to appear in the January and February 2002 issues, Control Engineering is inviting manufacturers to complete a survey and share their knowledge about up to three controllers. The information provided will be used in three ways:

10/01/2001


Oak Brook, Ill.— To help research two feature articles scheduled to appear in the January and February 2002 issues, Control Engineering is inviting manufacturers to complete a survey and share their knowledge about up to three controllers. The information provided will be used in three ways:

  • The January 2001 article, being developed and written by senior editor Dave Harrold, will address controller capabilities as reported by manufactures;

  • The February article, being developed and written by Gary Mintchell, addresses nuances of controller applications; and

  • All manufacturer-provided controller information will be assembled into a matrix. The entire matrix will be made available online. Portions of the matrix may appear as part of the two feature articles.

  • For more information or to participate in the survey, visit www.afabgroup.com/surveys/control/controller_cap.html





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