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I/O Systems, I/O Modules February 1, 1998

Software for High-channel Count Applications

Cleveland, O.— CIMScan is a Microsoft Windows 95/NT-based data collection control and management application designed for use with the IOTech's TempScan/1100, MultiScan/1200, and ChartScan/1400 monitoring and control instruments. CIMScan software can manage up to 16,384 channels of analog, digital, state, text, and digital I/O points from multiple hardware systems on multiple communicati...

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I/O Systems, I/O Modules February 1, 1998

Intellution to ‘Automate’ I/O Addresses for Grayhill OpenLine Controllers

Grayhill Inc. (LaGrange, Ill.) has signed an agreement to port Intellution's (Norwood, Mass.) Paradym-31 SoftLogic control software to Grayhill's PC-based OpenLine controller. As a result, on power-up, the OpenLine system scans the ID pins of each I/O point and populates the Paradym-31 database automatically.

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I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 31, 1998

Open, Modular Architecture Controls at GM Powertrain — Executive Summary

Authors : C. Michael Taylor director, GM Powertrain Manufacturing Engineering Controls Council Thomas J. Yager controls manager, manufacturing engineering - engines Raymond P.

By C. Michael Taylor, et al.
I/O Systems, I/O Modules January 1, 1998

Terminal Block for Many Sized Wires

Brown Deer, Wis.—Wago Corp. has released the Series 735 front entry PCB terminal blocks with push-wire connections. These pushbutton terminal blocks claim to be a cost effective solution for two-wire in-line printed circuit board connections. Pin spacings for this series include 0.15 in. (orange) and 5 mm (gray).

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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