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I/O Systems, I/O Modules

I/O Systems, I/O Modules April 1, 1997

Simplicity and low cost attract users to Seriplex

Bus of the month

By Control Engineering Staff
I/O Systems, I/O Modules March 1, 1997

Profibus Provides Fast, Reliable Communications for Coal Mining

BUS OF THE MONTH: Profibus-DP

By Control Engineering Staff
I/O Systems, I/O Modules February 1, 1997

PCs, Flowcharts, and SDS Speed Production at Silicon Graphics

Smart Distributed System

By Control Engineering Staff
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1997

Thanks to Interbus, Germany’s Transrapid Has a ‘Cool’ Journey

INTERBUS

By Control Engineering Staff
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1970

Breakout modules add convenience, protection

Healdsburg, Calif. —IO8 and IO24 Breakout modules provide additional convenience and protection for Eason 2000 and 4000 family Intelligent Operator Interfaces. These DIN-rail-mountable modules feature removable screw terminal connectors and ribbon cable for quick hook-up and provide LED indicators for debugging and hardware troubleshooting.

By Staff
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1970

PC on a DIN rail

Charlotte, N.C. —DIO PC control PC for networked control systems features either 386/486 or 586 microprocessor with RAM and Flash memory. The solid-state unit contains an integrated L-Bus port for local analog and digital I/O modules. Other features include 24 V dc power input, two com ports, one LPT port, and an Ethernet port.

By Staff
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1970

Model, Simulate, Execute Simulation in Discrete Control

KEY WORDS PC-based control Machine control Software for control Flowchart programming Simulation Imagine a product design, completed in software, and rendered in 3-D graphics. This rendering allows designers to strip away layers to view and work on components underneath. Next, manufacturing engineers can design the machines, fixtures, and processes required to produce components and completed ...

By Gary A. Mintchell, CONTROL ENGINEERING
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1970

Short of time, budget? Have a webcast ‘learn in’

Short of time or travel funds to get out to a conference or trade show? "Learn in" with Control Engineering. Via streaming video, we're offering two new opportunities to prepare for the challenges ahead. Click into Control Engineering Online—our upgraded NMW 2001 section adds dozens of short video interviews to editors' highlights of technology introductions, digital images, and on-scree...

By Mark T. Hoske, Editor-in-Chief mhoske@cahners.com
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1970

Three web server architectures aid plant-floor, enterprise integration

Driven by manufacturing's desire to connect the factory floor with the rest of the enterprise, web-enabled PLCs and Ethernet are giving users new ways to view and control factory data using embedded web servers. When selecting a web-enabled automation device, users can choose from three distinct system architectures.

By Richard Baker
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1970

Changing times for e-business

In this time of mergers and acquisitions, it seems as though the economy is favoring larger companies. How can a medium-sized company compete? This question was the topic of a live webcast entitled, "Sorting through the e-business rhetoric: A manufacturer's guide to the business revolution," presented by MSI, a Cahners publication, at National Manufacturing Week in March.

By Laura Zurawski, web editor, lzurawski@cahners.com