January 2013 Issue
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CONTROL is the only magazine exclusively dedicated to the global process automation market with a readership of 65,000 plus engineering, operations and management professionals. The publication reports on developing trends, illustrates successful applications, and updates the basic skills and knowledge base that provide the profession's foundation.
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When Should You "Slow Down" a PID Loop by Making the Loop Update Time Such That the Loop Executes Less Often?
Will Electronic Marshalling Mean the End of the "Bespoke" Enclosure?
Customer Service Is Not the Basis of Service at All. The Basis of Service Is Money, Income, Profit
Independent Techniques for Ensuring Strong Security in Your System
Learn How FDT Technology Is Used to Integrate an YTA Yokogawa Wireless Temperature Transmitter Based on ISA100 Wireless Technology
Multi-Touch Is Moving From Smart Phones and Tablets to Process Plant Displays
McMillan, Weiner and James Beall Talk About Tuning the Controller
Meriam's New HART Communicator Can Read the Complete Library of HART Device Descriptions Directly With No Rranslation
Jim Montague Recaps Automation Tools Talked About During Automation Fair 2012. These Tools Help Industry Professionals Save Power and Compete Sustainably
Engineers Are Deploying More Capable Programmable Logic Controllers in Some New and Unusual Applications. Here's How They're Doing It
Here At Control We Report Live While The Conferences Happen, but You can Find Information about the Event and Beyond Even After the Conferences Are Long Gone
Readers Pick the Gems Among Automation Products and Suppliers
We May Be Missing Real Innovation in Our Field. Lets Adopt the Latest Controls or Instrument or Network Technology Flavor
Our Editors Start Off 2013 by Reviewing the Latest in Flowmeter Technology
Wireless Is Not the Same as Wired Without the Copper, and Using It to Its Fullest Potential Will Require Innovative Thinking
The Editors of Control Search the World Wide Web to Bring You the Latest on Drives and Motors Controls