Advantech sells one millionth ADAM Remote I/O Module

  • December 30, 2010
  • Advantech Industrial Automation Group
  • News
December 30, 2010 - The Industrial Automation Group of Advantech announced that the ADAM series of remote I/O modules has reached the 1 million unit milestone. Advantech plans to celebrate this occasion with special events and promotions and is thrilled to be in a very elite group within industrial automation.Although the core functions have remained relatively unchanged, Advantech’s research & development teams have constantly been analyzing and improving the ADAM series with applied technology more advanced than its competitors. From the early RS-485-based ADAM-4000 series to the more recent Ethernet-based ADAM-6000 I/O series, Advantech has been developing technology ahead of the curve with advanced networking technologies.Whether dealing with large or small systems, Advantech’s ADAM remote I/O modules can usually be found embedded somewhere as an integral keystone. These I/O modules support much larger interconnected systems with reliable functions and strong features. Advantech Corporation, Industrial Automation Group - Founded in 1983, the Industrial Automation Group of Advantech Corporation is a pioneer in eAutomation technology; combining connectivity, flexibility and ruggedness with today's most reliable PC-based automation technologies. Product offerings include: Open HMI platforms, Industrial Ethernet, Automation Controllers, Automation Software, Embedded Automation Computers, Distributed I/O Modules, Plug-in I/O, and Industrial Communication solutions for a wide array of industries. With more than 20 years experience in providing a full range of products to different vertical markets, the Industrial Automation Group is proving to be a globally leading Automation Product and Services provider. US operations for the Industrial Automation Group are based in Cincinnati, OH. Learn More

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