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  • Intelligent I/O processing for DSP+ARM (R) SoCs
    This white paper discusses results of input/. output (I/O) processing on the general-purpose. processor (GPP) for a DSP-centric programming. model using a system-on-chip (SoC) containing. both digital signal processor (DSP) and. ARM (R) cores.
    OPTO 22 and POWER Engineers Co-Develop Ethernet, DNP3-based RTU Alternative Opto 22 and POWER Engineers have co-developed , a low-cost remote telemetry unit (RTU) alternative for use with DNP3-based SCADA systems. The latest in Opto 22's SNAP Ethernet line of intelligent I/O systems and controllers
  • Expanding Allen-Bradley Systems with Intelligent Remote I/O (.pdf)
    This white paper explores a new way to expand Allen-Bradley PLC systems, adding functionality as well as additional I/O, with less strain on the central PLC and little programming.
  • 8th Grove Fuel Cell Symposium | 3 of 3 | FCT | November 2003 |
    M E E T I N G R E P O R T 8th Grove Fuel Cell Symposium I then caught the end of a presentation by ( who heads up the Ballard transportation programs in Europe. The presentation as it appears in the proceedings describes applications for their new 1kW Nexa Power Module
  • Machine control beyond PLCs
    includes While loops, For loops, Case structures, and Sequence structures as well as specific functions for math, signal generation and analysis; linear and nonlinear control; comparison logic, array, and cluster manipulation; occurrences; analog and digital I/O; and timing. Programmable-logic
  • Integrated motor and drive includes motion controls
    velocities up to 5,000,000 steps/sec. But where the MDrive42AC shines is in its internal motioncontrol system and programming software. The controller has 6,384 bytes of Flash memory with four 32-bit user registers and supports up to 192 user program labels and variables. Generalpurpose I/O functions
  • Motion Control Over The Ethernet
    for many years. And although they are inexpensive and have been quite successful, they have had several shortcomings that limit their expansion into larger systems. For example, they clutter the rear of the PC with numerous wires for I/O connections, and along with daughtercards and connectors
  • 2005 Ford Escape XLT
    test drive was the XLT model with the Duratec 30 V6 engine and four-speed automatic O/D transmission. With 200 horses at 6,000 rpm and 193 lb-ft of torque at 4,850 rpm, I was pleased with the acceleration. The engine and transmission combo seems to work in perfect harmony, which makes for a smoother

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