Great 2004 information in control components

Sure, I'd like to think that you have time to read every word we offer, but you might have missed some useful write-ups through the year. Here are some Control Engineering 2004 stories that you might want to review.

By Control Engineering Staff December 2, 2004

Sure, I’d like to think that you have time to read every word we offer, but you might have missed some useful write-ups through the year. Here are some Control Engineering 2004 stories that you might want to review. Topics include lifecycle environmentalism, power supplies, radio frequency identification (RFID), and wire, cable, and connectors.

  • Lifecycle environmentalism : Regulations have manufacturers reengineering, pouring over documents, and conferring to comply with design and disposal of controls, automation, and instrumentation. End-users, system integrators, and distributors also have responsibilities.

  • Product Focus: Research from Control Engineering on power supplies .

  • Product Focus: Research from Control Engineering on wire, cable, and connectors

  • Technology Update: RFID: adoption increases despite costs

  • RoHS and WEEE environmental directives: learn to comply

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—Mark T. Hoske, editor-in-chief, Control Engineering, MHoske@cfemedia.com