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Workforce Development January 1, 1970

Intrinsyc partners with Pioneer-Standard

Vancouver, B.C., Canada; Cleveland, O.— Intrinsyc and Pioneer-Standard Electronics announced Feb. 9 that they're collaborating to provide integration services and software/hardware solutions that will advance customers' development of Internet devices and information appliances based on Intel's StrongARM microprocessor.

By Staff
Workforce Development January 1, 1970

Liebert introduces ‘mini-computer room’ enclosure system

Columbus, O.—Liebert recently announced Foundation, a scalable enclosure system designed to fit requirements of a durable rack enclosure and extending to a "mini computer room." Foundation enclosures can include power monitoring and protection, integrated computer-grade air-conditioning, adjustable mounting rails, multiple door options, cable access and management, and designed-in securi...

By Staff
Workforce Development January 1, 1970

Low-cost, Ethernet-enabled controller

Hauppauge, N.Y.—FEC-FC34 compact microcontroller contains Ethernet 10baseT connectivity with TCP/IP built in. Even though it is possible to connect with Ethernet/Internet connections, user program protection is standard for security. The 16-bit, 20 MHz processor allows multitasking of up to 64 programs.

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Workforce Development January 1, 1970

ABB, IFS partner, blend solutions

Tucson, Ariz.— IFS and ABB Automation announced Feb. 5 plans to integrate and market solutions blending ABB's Industrial IT platform with IFS' business applications. IFS software components for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) will be integrated with process control solutions from ABB Automation.

By Staff
Workforce Development 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
Workforce Development January 1, 1970

Digital multimeter/ thermometer

Stamford, Conn.— Supermeter Model HHM290 is an all-in-one device that combines the power of a true RMS full function multimeter, noncontact infrared pyrometer with laser sighting, and a dual-input type-K thermocouple meter with differential measurement into a single handheld instrument. Additional features include built-in tripod mount and rubber boot, built-in diode and logic test, batt...

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Workforce Development January 1, 1970

Control Engineering Highlights the 40 Best Products of 2000

Control Engineering editors— in the 14th annual process—highlighted the best products of the year, based on technological advancement, impact on the market, and service to industry.Editors selected from among thousands of products mentioned in Control Engineering and Control Engineering Online during year 2000, in nine product categories: Control components; Human-machine interface...

By Antonia E. McBride, and Control Engineering Staff
Workforce Development January 1, 1970

Economic indicators online

Rates of production increase, manufacturing output falls, and shipments increase. What's going on when with the economy depends on where you look, and there's a lot to see online.On Feb. 16, the U.S. Federal Reserve issued its most recent statistical release on industrial production and capacity utilization.

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Workforce Development January 1, 1970

Ethernet Security, Safety Relies on Common Sense Networking

KEY WORDS Networks and communication Ethernet Internet and intranet PC-based control Device-level networksThe price of freedom? A little less freedom. More users are seeking to gain Ethernet's interoperability and flexibility. However, the relatively greater openness of Ethernet can mean increased network vulnerability, especially when networks are linked via the Internet.

By Jim Montague, CONTROL ENGINEERING
Workforce Development January 1, 1970

PVTs use diagnostics, go digital, deliver multiple readings

Trends in Process Variable Transmitters Diagnostic capabilities Digital protocols Faster communication ONLINE See this product focus at www.controleng.com for additional information. Process variable transmitters (PVTs) perform a type of dance that goes on between various processes and the transmitter moving information to the end-user.

By Staff