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ENC28J60 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Automation, Building Automation, Home Control, Security and Instrumentation. Ethernet Application Design Center. General:- IEEE 802.3 compatible Ethernet Controller- Integrated MAC and 10BASE-T PHY- 8 Kbyte Transmit/Receive Packet Dual Port Buffer SRAM- Programmable Automatic Retransmit on Collision...
MRF89XAM8A Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided the Microchip's proprietary protocol MiWi ™ Development Environment. The MRF89XAM8A Module connects to hundreds of PIC ® microcontrollers via a 4-wire SPI interface and is an ideal solution for low power wireless sensor networks, home automation, building automation and consumer applications.
MCP3004 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided include data acquisition, instrumentation and measurement, multi-channel data loggers, industrial PCs, motor control, robotics, industrial automation, smart sensors, portable instrumentation and home medical appliances. 10-bit resolution. Four single-ended channels. SPI interface. ±1 LSB DNL...
RB51178-100M Allied Electronics, Inc. TURCK Not Provided Cable, Automation, AS-interface, 2 Conductor, 16 AWG, PUR, Yellow,CABLE 257-100M
GROOV-AT1 Allied Electronics, Inc. OPTO 22 Not Provided Groov Box 2.0;HDI Interface for Any Automation Sys,Ethernet,Preloaded Groov Apps
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  • New Tools for Industrial Automation
    Opto 22, Temecula, CA., has launched a new thrust aimed at making automation products easier to understand and cheaper to buy. Temecula, CA., has launched a new thrust aimed at making automation products easier to understand and cheaper to buy. The SNAP PAC System launch includes new automation
  • Measurement Automation with SigLab
    Measurement automation can prove to be a daunting task with outdated software paradigms. and "rack and stack" technology. Combining MATLAB Graphical User Interface (GUI) tools. with SigLab (R) measurement functions produces a Windows-based automated measurement. solution that is powerful and easy
  • Automation's Double-Edged Sword
    .-based Intellution (now part of GE Fanuc Automation) to evaluate its automation system packages--FIX, iBatch, iHistorian, among others--for Part 11 compliance. These human-machine interface (HMI) and control products have been used to run PLC-based control systems in both batch and continuous
  • MICRO: Tool/Fab Automation
    such as cycle time and throughput at the tool level are necessary. ToolSim (formerly Clustersim) from Brooks-PRI Automation (Chelmsford, MA) is one such simulation technique. Based on AutoMod, the simulation tool was developed specifically for use in the semiconductor industry. By customizing
  • MICRO: Product Handling and Automation - Fosnight (May 2000)
    , transport, and handle reticles. Existing standards defined only the size of reticles (SEMI P1, P34) and pellicles (SEMI P5), which are used to keep particles out of the focal plane. No reticle standards have existed for carriers, tool interfaces, or automation systems, perhaps because of the variety
  • Various Interfaces for Rotary Encoders
    transmission rates up to 10 Megabytes per second and cable lengths up to 1200 meters. Fieldbus Interfaces (such as Device Net, Profibus, Ethernet, CanBus, Interbus, etc.) Fieldbus communication is very cost efficient alternative to the above technologies. How it works: The automation components communicate
  • OEM Machinery Builders Best Practices for Automation Solution Selection (.pdf)
    Whether it is packaging, injection molding, metal cutting, or robotic machinery, the question is what are the optimal criteria that the OEMs use for choosing an automation solution. This article identifies a rule of thumb of estimating costs for controls as part of a total machine and providing
  • MICRO:Wafer Handling & Automation by Sanjiv M. Bhatt, p.37 (May '99)
    . Heightened wafer-carrier requirements are largely a result of technological advancements in semiconductor processes. The dramatic increase in the level and complexity of automation in the fab

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