Control Engineering Digital Edition Exclusives, December

Control Engineering Digital Edition Exclusives provide additional information not included in the paper edition, this month with information on isolating high-speed data interfaces, crane controls, and automated guided vehicles.

12/24/2013


Control Engineering Digital Edition Exclusives provide additional information not included in the paper edition, with information on isolating high-speed data interfaces, crane controls, and automated guided vehicles. Courtesy: CFE MediaControl Engineering Digital Edition Exclusives provide additional information not included in the paper edition. As with all Digital Edition content, click on any highlighted headline in the digital edition to read a longer version online. [See Control Engineering digital editions, in magazine styled pages.]

Below, also, are links to the full-length articles online, with additional images.

Isolating high-speed data interfaces

Technology Update: Choosing the right isolator requires knowing system requirements and which high-speed interface meets the requirements for isolating their signal paths using digital isolators.

Crane controls help make energy from waste

Application Update: Olmsted County increased the energy processed at its waste-to-energy facility by doubling the amount of refuse they burn every day with integration of updated drives, motors, and controls.

Magnets, sensors create paths for automated guide vehicles

Application Update: An automated guided vehicle (AGV) can be built with as little as two components: A magnetic guide sensor and a dual-channel motor controller.

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, content manager, CFE Media, Control Engineering, mhoske@cfemedia.com.



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