Innovations highlight ISA Expo/2000
New Orleans, La.—Countless useful, groundbreaking products were introduced at ISA Expo/2000 here recently. Some of the most significant included:
New Orleans, La.— Countless useful, groundbreaking products were introduced at ISA Expo/2000 here recently. Some of the most significant included:
Acromag 's (Wixom, Mich.) 654T two-wire, loop-powered transmitters feature two independent I/O channels in a 1 in.-wide package. They receive dc voltage input signals, provide isolation, and output proportional 4-20 mA dc current signals. For more information, visit www.controleng.com/freeinfo.
National Instruments ' (Austin, Tex.) LabView 6 i with Internet-ready capabilities allows users to deploy control applications to colleagues with a new LabView Player browser plug-in, publish data to the web, and share data across an enterprise. For more information, visit www.controleng.com/freeinfo .
Newport 's (Santa Ana, Calif.) iSeries devices include web-enabled controllers, panel meters, transmitters, and signal conditioners. They connect directly to an Ethernet network with a standard RJ-45 connector and can send and receive data in TCP/Ip packets. For more information, visit www.controleng.com/freeinfo .
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