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posted in March 2011
Dual-Armed Robot Making In-Roads
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3/24/2011  1 comment
Two arms could enable robots to do automated assembly operations that they can't do now.
Miniature LVDT Position Sensors
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3/11/2011  Post a comment
Position feedback in robotic applications.
Jumpflex Interface Adapter
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3/8/2011  Post a comment
Streamline commissioning and eliminate wiring errors for both field and control levels.
SERCOS Energy Specification Released
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3/8/2011  Post a comment
Application layer profile uses Ethernet communications to reduce industrial energy usage.
Image-Based Barcode Readers
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Vision-System-On-Chip technology achieves new level of read rates and processing throughput to outperform laser scanners in high speed applications.
ODVA Update: Wireless Trends and Viability
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3/8/2011  Post a comment
Why device designers should seriously consider moving to the 802.11n standard and the types of industrial applications where wireless makes the most sense from a business and end-use standpoint.




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