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2013: Innovations in Automation & Control
1/27/2014

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Rob Spiegel
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Nice collection of innovations
Rob Spiegel   1/27/2014 1:06:18 PM
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Thanks Al. This is a nice gathering of recent innovations.

AnandY
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Re: The N-Tron
AnandY   1/29/2014 4:04:15 AM
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This is a collection of great innovations. Looks like each of them has something special to offer but if I was to put my money on it then I would definitely go for Red Lion's N-Tron. I think it offers the best solution when it comes to networking multiple devices absent wireless connectivity (it has enough ports).

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