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Product roundup: Power supplies shrink to fit

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To deliver electricity and added capabilities, many supplies are scaling down to reduce footprints and fit in confined spaces. Here are some of the latest power supply releases from top suppliers.

Founder of Moore Industries-International passes at 85

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On Sept. 6, Leonard W. Moore (Len), founder and owner of Moore Industries-International Inc. passed at the age of 85.

Benefits of AR, VR in process automation

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Safety, training, productivity and efficiency are key factors for optimal operations. Thus, technologies that improve these areas are proliferating across industries. Among them, artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are gaining traction for their benefits ...

Webinar Describes Value of Integrated Systems in Process Automation

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A new webinar describing the value of integrated systems in process automation is available for on-demand viewing. It provides insights on how FieldComm Group protocols bridge gaps between installed process devices and enable the increasingly digitized Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

2019 Control Process Automation Hall of Fame: Nicholas Sands

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2019 inductee Nicholas Sands, senior manufacturing technology fellow, global alarm management leader, and process control engineer, DuPont Safety and Construction, has leveraged his 29-year career at DuPont into a position where he has dual roles as a process control engineer and as a resource ...

Moore Industries Accelerates HART Data to the Speed of Ethernet

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Now you can get the process detail that you need from your HART 5, 6 and 7 field devices to MODBUS/TCP and HART-IP based monitoring and control systems at the speed of Ethernet with the Moore Industries HES HART to Ethernet Gateway System.

Product roundup: Temperature, pressure burst boundaries

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Temperature and pressure sensors, transmitters and other solutions push against constraints with new capabilities and operating limits.

2019 Readers' Choice Awards: Infrastructure

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2019 Readers' Choice Awards results are in, here's a peek at the winners for the Infrastructure category.

Product roundup: I/O and terminal blocks

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I/O and terminal blocks are gaining modularity, safety, programmability and other surprising features.

Moore Industries HES System Accelerates HART Data to the Speed of Ethernet

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Connect up to 64 smart HART devices to the Moore Industries HES HART-to-Ethernet Gateway System and collect the Dynamic Variables and the Device Variables, along with diagnostic bits and bytes, from each device that help deliver critical information needed to help you address process and device ...

Standards deliver the interoperability promised by OPAF and NAMUR

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FieldComm Group’s protocols and technologies form the base of the two latest openness and interoperability efforts in the process industries. This is because the use of FDI, FOUNDATION Fieldbus, WirelessHART and HART can more easily provide long-sought, often-stranded information from field ...

HES HART to Ethernet Gateway System brings HART devices, IIoT together

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Moore Industries' newly launched HES HART to Ethernet Gateway System converts signals from as many as 64 wired HART devices to Modbus/TCP and HART-IP Ethernet-based protocols. HES allows HART transmitters and smart valves to directly interface with Modbus/TCP-based monitoring and control systems ...

How to handle the deluge of data

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Possessing multiple avenues between plant-floor and enterprise-level systems is only useful if you can take an available shortcut by knowing what data you need and what to do with it. Until recently, the challenge was establishing a connection between sensors, I/O, PLCs and DCSs at the operations...

Product roundup: Power supplies

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Developers bake capabilities into their industrial power supplies that give users precise electricity profiles in small spaces.

Implementing the IIOT requires specialized, real-time data management skills

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With the increase of digital networks and intelligent sensors, the ability to capture more data at low cost continues to expand closer to the “edge,” meaning the process being monitored. The ubiquitous of Ethernet (wired and wireless) as the universal backbone allows the transfer of massive ...

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