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Case Study: New Stadium Fire Suppression Control System

Challenge: Develop a custom engineered fire suppression system for a new indoor football stadium. Regulations require protection against fire hazards which could occur during monster truck rallies or other events that may have flammable material on the stadium floor area. Solution: Akron Brass StreamMaster II Electric Fire Monitors (water cannons) with Style 5177 nozzles (1250…

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Acromag Launches New Website for Measurement and Control and Embedded I/O Professionals.

New features include a product feature filter and easier access to technical support documentation for process instrumentation and embedded computing applications. Wixom, MI:  Acromag a design and manufacturer of electronic industrial equipment for measurement and control and embedded I/O applications recently announced the redesign of its website. With a fresh look and feel the site…

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Strategic Partnerships: A Key to Future Success

by Russell Nieves Vice President of Sales Acromag, Inc. In today’s world, defending freedom has taken on an entirely new look.  Technology continues to accelerate at a very rapid pace, making it difficult for our military forces to maintain an edge on the rest of the world.  Companies like Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, Raytheon and…

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New VPX 6U Carrier Cards

New VPX 6U Carrier Cards Host XMC and AcroPack mPCIe I/O Modules Providing Maximum Flexibility for a Mix of Functions Acromag’s latest OpenVPX carrier boards feature five mezzanine slots to interface a combination of I/O, communication, FPGA, GPU, or CPU modules to the bus over a high-speed PCIe Gen 3 link. Wixom, MI – July…

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New ¾-Length PCI Express Expansion I/O Board

New ¾-Length PCI Express Expansion I/O Board Hosts Four Mini PCIe-based Modules for Short-Depth Rugged Server/Computers Acromag introduces a new 10-inch AcroPack® module carrier card with four I/O mezzanine slots for smaller mission computers and compact servers with fewer and shorter PCIe expansion bays. Wixom, MI – July 8, 2019 – Acromag’s newest PCIe carrier card…

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Acromag’s Tried and True Transmitters

By Mike, Inside Technical Sales Representative As we close out the first half of 2019, (WOW yes, already!) I reflect on the incredible breadth of instrument & control signal I/O applications Acromag signal isolators and transmitters are used in from aerospace to waste water and all between. And when considering that Acromag, a Michigan manufacturer…

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New Isolated Quad RS232 Serial Comm. Modules

New Isolated Quad RS232 Serial Communication Modules in Ruggedized Mini PCIe Form Factor New AcroPack® Mini PCIe-based serial I/O modules provide four independently isolated RS232 ports to protect signals from noise and transient voltage spikes in defense and industrial applications. Wixom, MI – June 19, 2019 – Acromag continues to expand their offering of AcroPack rugged I/O…

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New CompactPCI® Serial Carrier Cards

New CompactPCI® Serial Carrier Cards Host Two AcroPack® Industrial I/O Modules For Data Acquisition, Control, or FPGA Processing Acromag’s new 3U CPCI-S.0 boards interface two ruggedized mPCIe analog I/O, digital I/O, serial communication, and FPGA mezzanine modules to an embedded computing system. Wixom, MI – Acromag, Inc. releases their ACPS3310 and ACPS3320 3U CompactPCI Serial mezzanine module carrier cards for embedded measurement and…

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Acromag Receives Editor’s Choice Award from Military Embedded Systems for VME Single Board Computers

Acromag is honored to have their XVME-6510 6U VME single board computer selected as an Editor’s Choice product for the April 2019 issue of Military Embedded Systems magazine. Wixom, MI: Acromag’s XVME-6510 VME SBC features a FPGA-based VME to PCIe-bridge that solves the end of life issue with the TSI148 VME interface chip. As written in Military Embedded Systems,…

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SP236 4-20mA Splitter saves Splitting Headaches with Loopy Acting Circuits

By M.M., Inside Technical Sales Representative The long lived and widely used 4-20mA loop circuit is predominant in the process I&C monitoring and control field, yet due to the differing mix of sensor/transmitters and control/monitoring analog input/output configurations, ground loops, transients and differential grounding can cause the 4-20mA control circuit to act, well, loopy!  Acromag…