ITI Worldwide (Cookeville, TN) has introduced the Marksman® 6000 Network System, the first Windows™-based network of high-resolution ink-jet marking systems for printing bar codes, text and graphics on nonporous substrates.
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Baldor Electric Co. (Fort Smith, AR) announces new bus communication options for its motor controls. Network expansion boards that mount inside each motor control are available for DeviceNet, Profibus DP and Modbus Plus communications protocols.
Pallet Track System from Priority One (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) automatically records and reports end-of-line production data. The system tags each pallet with a unique bar code and records data via a PC that's connected to each palletizer's PLC.
Cutler-Hammer (Westerville, OH) has introduced its 101 Basics Series, which are free Web-based courses on the fundamentals of adjustable frequency drives, sensors, control networks such as DeviceNet, electricity and electrical distribution.
FactoryClient 2000 is a Windows® CE-based PC control and human-machine interface from Total Control Products (Melrose Park, IL). It includes a 6" touchscreen display, an Ethernet port and industrial I/O interfaces.
Highlighted in a color brochure are Baldor's (Fort Smith, AR) new bus communication capabilities, including connectivity to various industrial communications networks and solutions for DeviceNet, Profibus DP and Modbus Plus.
Electro-Craft (Eden Prairie, MN) offers a DeviceNet option on its BRU Series Advantage line of universal drives and IQ Series positioning drives. DeviceNet is an inexpensive industrial-grade local area network that permits the drives to be connected along with sensors, motor starters and other devices to operator interface panels, PLCs and PCs.