FEATURED ARTICLESin Sensors & Industrial I/O
Five reasons to switch to distributed modular I/O
What’s New in Process Technology
By Will Healy III, Balluff
Distributed I/O systems connected to an industrial network allow for I/O data to be...
By Paul Ehrlich
Sensors are a key part of any control system and have an impact on the cost, stability, and accuracy of any...
Modular sensor system for safe robots
By Dr. Rüdiger Frank, Pilz GmbH & Co
Today's robots are being used in production areas in which they have previously not been used. In each...
Where Does LVIT Technology Fit In The Sensor World
By Edward E. Herceg, Alliance Sensors Group
Linear variable inductive transducers (LVITs) have been around for more than 30 years and are...
NEWSin Sensors & Industrial I/O
- Registration Opens for Automation Fair
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- Fluke Process Instruments formed from Raytek, Ircon, and Datapaq
- Energy harvesting gets powerful
- Renishaw opens $31 million Innovation Center in UK
- Knick promotes Jörg Giebson to VP of R&D
- AMS acquires CMOS sensor business from NXP
- Photonics Market to Expand at 5.8% CAGR between 2014 and 2020
- Printed and Flexible Sensors Market to be worth $7.51 billion
- Asia-Pacific Proximity & Displacement Sensors Market to Reach $1.8 Billion by 2020
- CAS DataLoggers carries Delphin Expert Logger
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PRODUCT NEWSin Sensors & Industrial I/O
SICK releases Dx50-2 PRO distance sensor
Dx50-2 sensors provide precise and reliable measuring of ranges up to 10 m on black targets and up to 30 m on white targets.
AMCI introduces 5274A data acquisition module for ControlLogix
5274A is an analog input, high speed data acquisition module that plugs into the Allen-Bradley ControlLogix and programs using RSLogix5000 (Studio...
Ruland releases thin line shaft collars for encoders
Thin line shaft collars with a narrow profile and reduced weight meet the requirements of encoder applications.
MEDIAin Sensors & Industrial I/O
RESOURCESin Sensors & Industrial I/O
This Web Card by Fluke provides a brief tutorial on how to measure frequency with your digital multimeter.
The program has a sensors element library, which allows non-RF and non-software savvy customers to develop wirelessly connected products.
Catalog covers Digital Panel Meters and Control Instrumentation
WHITE PAPERSin Sensors & Industrial I/O
By by Jens Kautzor, Hoffmann + Krippner
White paper covers the various types of potentiometers, development history, various components and...
By Gary Prentice, Moore Industries
White paper shows how to select the best sensor for a particular application and ways to improve the accuracy...
By Teledyne Dalsa
Line scan technology is ideally suited to applications in which large, high-resolution, or high-speed image capture is needed,...
CASE STUDIESin Sensors & Industrial I/O
By Sam Etchell, London Underground Limited
The scope of this project consisted of designing, integrating and installing an intelligent remote...
By Steve Aposhian, FireFly Equipment
Using LabVIEW software and CompactRIO hardware in ProSlab 155 helped the smart machine harvest turf 25...
Bonfiglioli is deploying Moxa Modbus gateways, network switches, Ethernet I/O, and serial-to-Ethernet controllers in its turnkey solar solutions.
EVENTSin Sensors & Industrial I/O
The annual event brings together Rockwell Automation and its comprehensive global network of partners in a single venue exclusive to manufacturers. Attendees from around the world have an opportunity to learn about smart, safe, sustainable solutions that can help manufacturers optimize their plants, improve performance of their machines, and produce products in a more sustainable manner.
SPS IPC Drives is Europe’s leading exhibition for electric automation. Meet suppliers of electric automation technology from around the world. Inform yourself about all products, trends and innovations within the industry. Trade fair and adjoining conference offer you the perfect platform to search the right solutions for your automation tasks.
With the leading trade fairs taking place in parallel, HANNOVER MESSE covers a wider range of themes and exhibits than any other event – R&D, industrial automation and IT, industrial supply, production engineering and services, as well as energy and environmental technology. in 2016, the USA is making its debut as the Partner Country at the world’s largest industrial technology event.