Technical Articles

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Sealevel Systems, Inc.


Sealevel Systems, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Industrial and Engineering Software)
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The RS-485 communications standard was introduced in 1983 by the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) as a two-wire, half-duplex, multi-drop alternative to the point-to-point RS-232 interface. (Note:... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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"We were stunned at the performance difference between brands of multiport USB to serial adapters." Design architecture is the critical element.... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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The Problem: The USB Interface Was Not Designed for Industrial Environments The USB interface was originally designed to give home computer users a universal method for connecting peripherals. Over... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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A customer designing a new hazardous area computer system required all external connections to the host to be isolated in order to meet certification requirements. The single board computer used in... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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A leading manufacturer of semiconductor fabrication equipment needed a way to communicate with a large number of serial devices from an industrial computer running their process control software. They... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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A leading supplier of emergency notification systems used by private and governmental entities, nuclear plants, and chemical stockpile (CSEPP) sites around the country contracted Sealevel to design a... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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A world leading developer and manufacturer of critical two-way radio communications system used by public safety and government organization such as police and fire departments needed an... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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The first Relio system was designed as a remote data acquisition component of an OEM Enterprise Management System. Vital systems and infrastructures require constant monitoring and vigilant management... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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A manufacturer of security systems for public facilities required a 2U rackmount computer with a large amount of I/O to interface a variety of motors and sensors. The new system based on the Relio... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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A nationwide provider of healthcare equipment used in hospitals needed a serial I/O intensive computing solution for the redesign of a critical care monitoring system. In their application, a... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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A leading radio broadcasting company required a reliable, small, cost-effective solution for monitoring and control at transmitter sites. In addition to the dense I/O requirements, the customer... (View Full Article)