Sensors have long been a part of electronic systems in practically every industry and the need for them is growing rapidly which means engineers need to adapt.
The use of a Standby Voltage on computer power supplies became widespread when the ATX specification was published in 1995.
NI announced new ATE Core Configurations which deliver core mechanical, power and safety infrastructure to help users accelerate the design and build of automated test systems.
Renold Gears installed a £1.8 million, Burkhardt + Weber machining centre, at its factory in Rochdale, to increase production of gear cases in the mid to large gear unit market.
NI announced the release of two new multislot Ethernet chassis. The cDAQ-9185 and cDAQ-9189 introduce new time-based synchronisation built on the latest Ethernet standards, furthering NI’s efforts in Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and rugged CompactDAQ hardware for distributed measurements.
A variant of the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750, the XTR range, is available to deliver I/O for industries and applications that are frequently required to withstand harsh conditions.
The PPMA Show, the UK’s free-to-attend, processing and packaging machinery exhibition, returns to the NEC from 26-28 Sept to provide manufacturers with insights into the latest machinery products, technologies and materials.
Blake Moret, President and CEO of Rockwell Automation, spoke on IoT adoption and its impact on industrial productivity at Cisco’s IoT World Forum in London.
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