FEATURED ARTICLESin Industrial Computers
Keeping computing systems in food plants clean
What’s New in Process Technology
By Glenn Johnson
The deployment of computer equipment in washdown environments presents a particular set of...
The MCU guy's introduction to FPGAs: The Hardware
By Clive Maxfield
Programmable elements inside the FPGA may be implemented using antifuses, Flash memory cells, or SRAM memory...
Open Source and the Internet of Things: Roles, Reach and Rationale for Deploying OSS
By Bill Weinberg, Black Duck Software
Open source software will help drive the IoT build-out, but dominance in IoT technologies is...
Platforms for High-End Embedded Software Development
By John Carbone, Express Logic
Today’s complex and powerful processors and SoCs demand more than just an RTOS and some drivers to...
NEWSin Industrial Computers
- ADLINK signs LCR Embedded Systems as Value-added Reseller
- Moxa UC-8100 Certified for Verizon Wireless Networks
- March Manufacturing Technology Orders Up From February
- ADLINK Technology signs Connect Tech as distributor
- Mentor Graphics RTOS meets safety standards
- Sparton Acquires Stealth.com
- Energy Research Center Expands, Networks, Automates
- B&R to supply PCs to Datalogic
- Logic Supply computer certified for thin clients
- HCC Embedded opens office in Austin, Texas
- Express Logic ThreadX RTOS earns UL safety certification
- Cincoze opens office in South Burlington, VT
PRODUCT NEWSin Industrial Computers
Logic Supply releases TM400 Industrial Panel PCs
ACP certified TM400 is ThinManager Ready for thin client applications.
Sealevel introduces HazPAC R9-8.4 computer for hazardous areas
The system carries the ETL electrical safety mark and is tested and certified for use in hazardous locations classified as Class I, Division 2...
DFI announces KS150-BT light industrial Panel PC
The IP65-rated fanless Panel PC adopts low-power Intel Atom E3800 SoC processor with 22nm process technology.
MEDIAin Industrial Computers
RESOURCESin Industrial Computers
The On-Chip Software Development Kit ensures that developers can stably run both the pre-compiled SmartMesh IP networking stack and their...
The MPLAB Code Configurator enables firmware developers to quickly initialise the device and implement peripheral drivers for faster time to market
eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System (IMDS) is now compatible with AdaCore’s GNAT Pro Ada development environment.
WHITE PAPERSin Industrial Computers
By Cindy Hollenbeck, SoftPLC
SDI-12 stands for serial data interface at 1200 baud. It is a standard communications protocol to interface...
By Jason Horine, AutomationDirect
More components in microprocessors eliminates the need for additional external automation components, such as...
By Dan Fenton, Phoenix Contact
Provides an overview on the differences between “soft” control systems and “real-time” control systems,...
CASE STUDIESin Industrial Computers
KVAL used Beckhoff PC-based control, servo drives with one cable, and EtherCAT industrial Ethernet for communications to...
PC-based control and EtherCAT Industrial Ethernet technology bring faster machine setup, a smaller controls cabinet, and other...
By Georgia Whalen, Patti Engineering
Patti used Phoenix Contact PCs to automate high speed inline checkweighers on a parcel sortation system for...
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