Wireless

Wireless March 1, 1999

Conference

Over 125 sessions, seminars, symposiums, and specialized courses designed to meet attendees needs in today's changing business environment will be presented during National Manufacturing Week.

By Staff
Wireless March 1, 1999

DeviceNet troubleshooting

A 10-p support manual allows qualified service personnel to determine the causes of DeviceNet fieldbus network problems and quickly implement remedies that minimize network downtime.

By Staff
Wireless March 1, 1999

Making automation connections

AS-i is a versatile, low-cost, "smart" cabling solution for use in low-level automation systems where it is a digital replacement for traditional parallel wiring.

By Staff
Wireless March 1, 1999

Putting PC power to work in industrial automation applications

The most significant technological shift in industrial automation over the last few years has been the emergence of the PC on the plant floor.

By David Potter
Wireless December 1, 1998

Rail hub has plug-and-play capability

RH1 Ethernet rail hub for industrial networks is DIN rail-mounted and dc powered to meet the demands and environmental extremes of process control systems.

By Staff
Wireless June 1, 1998

Device integrates incompatible systems

Model 8000 Industrial Communications Bridge provides a one-device solution that integrates incompatible PLC, DCS, RTU, and SCADA systems.

By Staff
Wireless March 1, 1998

Conference Prepares Industry For The 21st Century

Over 50 application and technical programs, plus several workshops, are designed to provide attendees with the information, technology, and skills needed to integrate new products and ideas into their operations in order to meet the challenges of the 21st century. The following listings provide a brief overview of the key technical sessions offered during the four-day conference. Monday, March 16 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. How To Design an Optimum Worldwide Supply Chain Speaker: Paul Bender, Bender Consulting Abstract: This strategy relies on symbiotic relationships among all the partners in the global supply chain, which cuts costs and maximizes profitability and can make the difference between tomorrow's winners and losers.

By Staff