In my final post about Automation Fair 2013, I'll include pictures of other products and booths which caught my eye at this years event.
Ethernet/IP had a big presence at this years show, as in previous years. But the EIP booth that caught my eye (shown below) touted the breath and depth of Ethernet/IP's adoption by industry.
Molex had a large booth close to the entrance of the Fair, and they were showing off an impressive number of communications modules:
PlantPAx has been gaining momentum of late, and I thought they had a well made booth:
Micro850 on DeviceNet? According to the Rockwell representative, its as easy as 1-2-3 with no RSNetworx or mapping required.
It looks like a Micro830, but don't be fooled. This isn't a new Safety PLC, but rather a new Programmable Safety Relay:
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