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  • Machine Safety Design: Safety Relays Versus a Single Safety Controller (.pdf)
    There comes a point in machine safety design when the designer needs to decide if it makes more sense to use multiple safety relays or to upgrade to a safety controller. This point typically occurs when the application requires three or more safety relays. This white paper focuses on some
  • Benefits of PLC Control (.pdf)
    to smarter testers capable of performing fully automated test sequences. While some high-end testers can be connected to a PC, the majority of modern safety testing equipment still affords operators some level of basic automation. A common offering is the addition of a set of internal input relay
  • Melt-Pressure Transducers Part I
    Extrusion processors are employing melt pressure transducers more and more frequently to help them improve output and melt quality, enhance production safety, and safeguard machinery. To select the right transducer to meet their needs, processors must familiarize themselves with the performance
  • Lower Control Voltages Reduce Shock Hazard
    Motor controllers running on 24 Vdc, such as the Cutler-Hammer Intelligent Technologies (IT) Soft Starter, weigh only 9 lb and can fit inside an 18-in. motor-control center. The bypass contactor and the overload relay are integrated into the controller, saving panel space and wiring costs
  • Video Emissions Monitoring: New Compliance Tool?
    Pharma facilities may not be thought of as environmentally hazardous work environments. After all, GMP and strict safety regulations prevail, and much attention is paid to avoiding cross-contamination. Yet, the batch processing areas of drug development and pilot plants, particularly those
  • Ultracapacitors turn Malibus into Mercedes
    the advantages of distributed power, this module can support higherdemand intermittent power applications such as electrical power steering and electric-assisted braking. Typical demand is 1 to 3 kW for 1 to 2 sec, then a smaller demand for several more seconds. To meet safety requirements, the module has

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