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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in April 2010
Calculating VFD Efficiency
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Simple manual calculations or an iTunes application can help quantify energy savings
Energy-Saving Process Automation
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Furnace OEM streamlines controls and reclaims heat to offset energy costs
Energy-Efficient Motion Control
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Detailed engineering and a mechatronic view of the machine delivers the best results
PTC's Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0
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Golden Mousetrap Finalist - CAD Software
Autodesk Inventor Fusion Technology Preview
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Golden Mousetrap Finalist - CAD Software
E-SystemDesign's Sphinx Version 2.0
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Golden Mousetrap Finalist - C1 Analysis & Calculation Software
Texas Instruments' eZ430-Chronos
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2010 Golden Mousetrap Finalist - Rapid Prototyping Materials, Tools & Services
Analog Devices' ADIsimDiffAmp
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2010 Golden Mousetrap Finalist - Rapid Prototyping Materials, Tools & Services
Express Logic's StackX
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2010 Golden Mousetrap Finalist - Analyis & Calculation Software




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