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posted in January 2013

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Comment:Impact of Coding - apresher-1/31/2013
Comment:LED Dimmer - apresher-1/30/2013
Comment:Cloud Computing - apresher-1/29/2013
Opto 22's LED Dimmer Connects to Serial Networks
Product News 
1/29/2013  7 comments
A new dimmer recently introduced by Opto 22 uses pulse width modulation (PWM) technology to control brightness from 0-100 percent for 9-30 to control VDC constant voltage LED lighting assemblies such as lamps, bulbs, strips, ropes, and bars.
Comment:Boeing 787 - apresher-1/28/2013
Comment:Maytag Repairman - apresher-1/25/2013
Comment:ISO Journey - apresher-1/25/2013
Comment:Long-term goal - apresher-1/25/2013
Comment:Is it Safe? - apresher-1/24/2013
Comment:3D Printing - apresher-1/24/2013
Energy-Aware Industrial Devices
Blog 
1/24/2013  7 comments
The energy-aware industrial devices being introduced to the marketplace will help manufacturers and OEMs reduce energy costs as much as 20-30 percent.
Virtual Support Engineer
Blog 
1/22/2013  18 comments
The high cost of sending an engineer or skilled technician onsite to solve machinery problems is putting the focus on new ways to achieve higher levels of remote access support.
Condition Monitoring Moving Broader Adoption
Blog 
1/18/2013  10 comments
One of the primary conclusions of the Design News Machine Controller Reader Survey from October 2012 is that there is an opportunity to unify different and new machine functions on a single controller.
Comment:Ethernet - apresher-1/16/2013
Comment:CES Gadgets - apresher-1/15/2013
Comment:Service Robots - apresher-1/15/2013
Comment:110 Inch HDTV - apresher-1/15/2013
Ethernet-Enabled Multi-Point Gauging
Blog 
1/15/2013  6 comments
Measurement devices are being designed into production machines to enable operators to rapidly adapt processes based on measurement results.
Comment:Hedgehog Robots - apresher-1/14/2013
Comment:Hedgehog Robots - apresher-1/14/2013
Comment:Quick Ideas - apresher-1/11/2013
Comment:Service Robots - apresher-1/11/2013
Comment:More Perspective - apresher-1/10/2013
Comment:Security - apresher-1/9/2013
Comment:Cable testing - apresher-1/9/2013
The Industrial Internet of Things
Blog 
1/9/2013  9 comments
One of the biggest stories in automation and control for 2013 could be the continuing emergence of what some have called the Internet of Things, or what General Electric Company is now marketing as the Industrial Internet.
Comment:One PLC? - apresher-1/8/2013
Comment:Single Cable - apresher-1/8/2013
Comment:Multi-Touch - apresher-1/7/2013
Comment:Thanks - apresher-1/4/2013


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