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PLCs, PACs January 1, 1998

Instrumentation info

A full-color, 256-p databook features the Infinity series of microprocessor-based digital instrumentation. The catalog includes detailed specifications on panel meters, controllers, signal conditioners, and transmitters.

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PLCs, PACs January 1, 1970

Literature Offers

Network grounding systemsA 60-p catalog covers copper and mechanical grounding components for network applications. The publication provides features, benefits, and complete specifications, including materials, dimensions, sizes, part numbers, and illustrations. Information charts and a cross-reference guide are included in the literature.

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PLCs, PACs January 1, 1970

Flow controllers

Model 80 series mass flow controllers for precise gas measurement are now available in stainless steel. These controllers provide stable control of gas flow ranges as low as 0 to 50 sccm. Units are also available with aluminum construction for added value; displays are optional on all configurations.

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PLCs, PACs January 1, 1970

Evaluating bridge and gantry cranes

Properly sized, designed, and installed bridge and gantry cranes dramatically increase production, significantly reduce material handling costs, and substantially lower the risk of employee injury. A properly maintained crane lasts at least 20 yr, could reach 50 yr or more, and occasionally outlives the structure or company originally housing or using the equipment.

By Ron Holzhauer, Managing Editor, Plant Engineering Magazine
PLCs, PACs January 1, 1970

Software importance increasing among plant engineers

Today's plant engineer is transcending the longstanding stereotype. The plant engineering function is no longer just nuts and bolts. Today's plant engineer is mature, educated, and tends to stay in his or her job. And the job requires an increasing amount of software.Software is a fact of life on the plant floor of today and tomorrow.

By Jack Smith, Senior Editor, Plant Engineering Magazine
PLCs, PACs January 1, 1970

Software is abundant for plant engineers

Plant engineers continue to demand efficient, affordable, and well supported software. And software suppliers are keeping up with plant engineers' demands. Here's a sampling of recent software offerings plant engineers should find useful.Software tracks employees' timeEmployee Proj Clock software is an employee project time tracking tool.

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