Xycom Automation (Saline, MI) offers NEMA 4 industrial PC controllers with up to 450 MHz Intel Pentium® II processors. Ideal for PC control and high-end human-machineinterface/SCADA applications running on Windows(TM) NT that require maximum performance.
Indramat (Hoffman Estates, IL) has added the option of Device Net connectivity to its CLC, a PC-based multi-axis motion controller. Simplifies communications with popular third-party PLCs and I/O networks.
A white paper from Electro Cam (Roscoe, IL) titled "Internal High-Speed Logic" explains in plain language what a programmable limit switch is and how it performs machine logic by using inputs from sensors and switches to trigger outputs such as solenoids.
Orion® PC-based motion controllers from Ormec (Rochester, NY) now offer Ethernet connections to Allen-Bradley PLCs that support Ethernet. The controllers can also be used for communications with PCs running popular human-machine interface software packages.
REB's (Menomonie, WI) PLC-controlled IVS system uses air purge and vacuum to clean containers before filling with aqueous or viscous product. It handles volumes from less than 1 oz to 1 L with accuracies of ±0.5% of the fill weight.