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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in August 2011
Optimizing Brushless DC Motors for High-Speed Applications
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8/30/2011  3 comments
How to optimize the performance and minimize size of brushless DC motors used in the design of high-speed medical and surgical devices.
Balluff's Latest Generation of Inductive Ring Sensors
Product News 
8/24/2011  1 comment
Balluff's inductive ring sensors are designed to help whenever the infeed of small metal parts needs to be monitored.
MIT Talking Medical Device Collaboration at ESC
News 
8/18/2011  2 comments
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has created its Medical Electronic Device Realization Center.
Synchronous Reluctance Motor Breakthrough
News 
8/15/2011  9 comments
Synchronous motors pair up with variable speed drives to eliminate slip losses, boost efficiency, and create more compact sizes.
Energy Optimization as Productivity Enhancer
News 
8/12/2011  5 comments
The ODVA energy initiative pushes toward extending the coverage of Common Industrial Protocol to encompass energy applications.
Honeywell Debuts Ultra-Low-Pressure Sensors
Product News 
8/11/2011  1 comment
Honeywell releases ultra-low-pressure sensors that can withstand high pressure.
Software Tool Rejects Process Disturbances
News 
8/9/2011  3 comments
Software tool detects disturbances in control system operations and makes corrections to fine tune the processes.
Siemens Beefs Up Machine Tool Processes
News 
8/5/2011  8 comments
Siemens has introduced a range of technology to improve machine tool processes.
Pratt & Whitney Propels Turbofan Innovations
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8/3/2011  8 comments
Tapered roller bearings and wear-resistant coatings provide one of many technologies designed by Pratt & Whitney into its latest engine.




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