Control Engineering Digital Edition, September 2010, North American issue

09/01/2010


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September 2010 monthly coverage includes:

Cover: Why choose medium-voltage drives?

PID: In the controller or the PLC?

IMTS seeks to help lead manufacturing rally

Piezoelectric motors help equipment performance

Automation improves productivity 20%-30%, reduces warehouse errors

DEPARTMENTS

Think Again: Control Engineering drivers, techniques
Product Exclusive: Controller integrates drives, pneumatics, I/O
soapbox: Fight counterfeit electrical products
T & Engineering Insight: Seven habits of unsuccessful projects
Advancing Technology: Microchips doing more for motor, motion control
Technology Update: Strategic attributes of wireless technologies
Global Perspectives - Safe acceleration: automating the world’s largest and fastest machine
Mechatronics: Isn’t there enough real inertia around?
Back to basics: Closed-loop stability

NEWS

How do we grow U.S. manufacturing?
CFE Media on press
Job satisfaction poll
Virus attacks industrial control system
Lifecycle safety
NIWeek 2010
Ethernet design advice
Process control and instrumentation provider plans growth
Smart grid options examined for industries
Smart grid and sustainability

NEW PRODUCTS

Signal converters
VFD series
Terminal blocks
Photoelectric sensor
Surge protector
Ring encoder
Robotics controller
Pressure sensors
Graphic programming software
Mobile Ethernet switch
Wireless bridge
Intrinsically safe RTDs

 

 



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