Daily Industrial Automation Rundown:
This Thursday morning we have new articles, podcasts, and a couple of product announcements to discuss.
First up is the new Single Axis Motion Controller from Galil. The DMC-3x01x is Galil’s latest generation single-axis controller sporting a 32-bit RISC processor while still supporting Galil’s simplified with two-letter, intuitive commands and full set of software tools for Tuning and analysis. It also comes with two daisy-chainable Ethernet 100 Base-T ports. One 115kbaud RS232 port:
For full details about the DMC-3x01x, checkout the product page here.
There’s also a new article from GracePort discussing the advantages of Wireless Condition Monitoring products like GraceSense. I thought the article did a great job of explaining where and when products like these make sense, and recommend checking it out here:
While we are on the subject of products, I wanted to announce the coming end of the sale of my S7-1200 / S7-1500 Online Training course. Currently set at $99, as I work to finish up the course I will also be raising the price. So if you or someone you know needs to learn how to use and program Siemens PLCs, you may want to signup prior to the coming price increase. For full information about the course, click here.
Next up we have several podcasts, the first being just release epsiode of The Automation Podcast in which I interview Curt Anderson about how he helps Manufacturers implement eCommerce on their websites, often times paid for using Government Grants. You can view or listen to the podcast here.
Next we have the good folks from Opto 22 who recently were on The Atlas Podcast to talk about recent tech trends here.
Opto 22 also has an upcoming live show on MQTT and Sparkplug scheduled for January 11th and 18th which you can find out more about here.
Another couple of upcoming events that CAN Network users might be interested in are two from CAN in Automation, or CiA. The first is for newcomers, and the next will discuss the “Physical Layer.” To learn more, click here.
Available as an Article and Podcast is a new episode from the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) in which they discuss the Latest Industrial Automation Trends in Food Processing, which you can listen to or read here.
And our final bit of news for today is a new article from the good folks over at ISA and Automation.com which talks about using historical and conditioned based data for use in predictive analysis. To read the article, click here.
And that’s it for today’s Industrial Automation roundup! If you’d like to watch or listen to this mornings show, you can do so below:
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