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► Embedded I/O Boards
► FPGA Computing
► Embedded Computers
► Ethernet & Network I/O
► Isolators & Splitters
► Signal Conditioners
Embedded I/O Boards
♦ PMC and XMC Modular I/O - Established Standards in High Performance Systems
♦ Will Acromag's VPX Carrier Work in my System?
♦ Building A/D Applications from a Simple Base Can Minimize Problems Downstream.
♦ Inside a Multiple Channel Analog to Digital Converter
♦ Speed Considerations for A/D Converters
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♦ Ethernet in the Embedded Space
♦ FPGAs for Speed and Flexibility
♦ Introduction to VPX Technology
♦ Reducing Costs with Customized I/O on COTS FPGA Modules
♦ Get the Timing Right in Critical FPGA Applications
♦ FPGAs Go Green With Wind Turbine Control
♦ FPGA Modules with an Integrated Processor Drive Real-Time Applications.
♦ Acromag PMC FPGA Boards Excel at Image Processing.
♦ How to Design a Small Form Factor Embedded Computer...The Right Way
♦ Overcome the Challenges of Crafting a Customized Computer
Ethernet & Network I/O
♦ Setting Up and Communicating with Acromag Modbus/TCP Modules from Ignition Software
♦ Save Money When Using i2o Over Cellular Networks
♦ Technical Note: 962EN Measures Multiple Load Cell/Strain Gauge Inputs
♦ Remote Monitoring of Wind Turbines
♦ Cellular Telemetry for Remote Power Metering
♦ Networking Remote Gas Detectors with Ethernet I/O
♦ Monitoring Stator Temperatures with Remote Profibus I/O
♦ Record Building Water Usage with Remote Ethernet I/O
♦ Metering Project - Managing Energy Usage with Ethernet I/O
♦ Ethernet I/O Simplifies Communication Between One PLC and Multiple Remote Locations
♦ What is PriorityChannel™?
♦ Real-Time Performance of Industrial Ethernet in Field Devices
♦ Getting Connected to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices
♦ How to Remotely Access Ethernet I/O Over the Internet.
♦ Connecting Acromag Series 900EN Ethernet Modules to your PC
♦ How to Develop High Reliability Ethernet Control Systems Using Media Redundancy
♦ Ethernet Peer-to-Peer
♦ Introduction to EtherNet/IP
♦ Introduction to Modbus RTU
♦ Introduction to Modbus TCP/IP
♦ Introduction to Profibus DP
♦ Communicating with Ethernet XT Profinet From Siemens S7-1200 PLC
♦ Using Acromag's 967EN Modbus/TCP Module as Remote I/O with Honeywell HC-900
♦ Using Acromag's 967EN Modbus/TCP Module as Remote I/O with Honeywell Trendview Recorder
♦ How to Interface Temperature Sensors to HMI Display Over Ethernet
♦ Configuring the Acromag Modbus OPC Server
♦ Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx Ethernet Modules from Compact Logix Devices
♦ Interfacing Acromag Ethernet I/O Modules to an ABB AC500 PLC with Modbus TCP/IP
♦ Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-6xxx & XTxx2-xxx Ethernet Modules in an Allen Bradley ControlLogix System
♦ Configuring Kepware KEPServerEX 5.0 for Communications with Acromag BusWorks Modbus I/O modules.
♦ Configuring LabVIEW 2009 to Communicate with Acromag BusWorks and EtherStax Modbus I/O Modules Via an OPC Server
♦ Configuring Omron CJ2H PLC's with Ethernet/IP for use with Acromag Ethernet/IP Remote I/O
♦ Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx Ethernet Modules using PCCC from Compact Logix Devices.
♦ Communicating to Acromag Series Ethernet Modules from Red Lion HMIs.
♦ Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx Ethernet Modules from Legacy Allen Bradley or Rockwell Automation Devices.
♦ Configuring the Wonderware MBENET I/O Server to Communicate with the Acromag 9xxEN Ethernet Modules
♦ Automated Solutions' Modbus ActiveX Controls
♦ Siemens Model 353 Controllers Extending I/O Capability with Ethernet
♦ Installing IntelliPack or Series 900 Configuration Software on a Windows Vista or 7 Machine.
Isolators & Splitters
♦ How to Choose a 4-20mA Isolator
♦ The Importance of Isolation
♦ Electrical Ground Rules (Part 1 of 3)
♦ Electrical Ground Rules (Part 2 of 3)
♦ Electrical Ground Rules (Part 3 of 3)
♦ Introduction to the Two-Wire Transmitter and the 4-20mA Current Loop
♦ Why You Need USB Isolation for Industrial I/O
♦ A Guide to Selecting the Right Isolator
♦ Splitting a signal from a two-wire loop: two outputs for different locations using Acromag's Model 652T or 653T.
♦ Retransmitting a signal output from a controller or a D/A card using Acromag's Model 671T or 672T.
♦ Require 4-wire isolators for input and output signals for controller. Built-in excitation supply needed for some field 2-wire devices using Acromag's Model 631T or 632T.
♦ Require a 4-wire isolator "splitter" to excite a field device and re-transmit 4-20mA to two locations using Acromag's Model 633T.
♦ Require 4-wire isolators to retransmit a 4-20mA signal to three locations using Acromag's Model 631T or 633T.
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♦ Technical Paper: Adding Protection When Switching Inductive Loads
♦ Monitoring Gensets in Standby Mode to Ensure Reliable Backup Power
♦ Signal Conditioners with Built-in Data Logging
♦ Voltage Measurement of Multiple Cascaded Cells
♦ Reduce PLC Costs with Signal Conditioners
♦ The Essentials of Single-Ended and Differential Voltage Measurement
♦ Temperature Transmitters Optimize Solar Panel Performance
♦ Thermocouple Transmitters Monitor Temperatures in Paint Systems
♦ How to Prevent Temperature Measurement Errors When Installing Thermocouple Sensors and Transmitters
♦ The Basics of Temperature Measurement Using Thermocouples (Part 1 of 3)
♦ The Basics of Temperature Measurement Using RTDs (Part 2 of 3)
♦ A Comparison of Thermocouple and RTD Temperature Sensors (Part 3 of 3)
♦ Introduction to Strain & Strain Measurement
♦ Signal Conditioning - Getting the most for your money
♦ Retransmitting a signal from a two-wire loop to a second location using Acromag's Model 651T or 652T.
♦ Low-cost, channel-to-channel isolation of 4-20mA signals for controllers using Acromag's Model 652T or 674T.
♦ Powering field transmitters (2-wire) and providing low-cost isolation of 4-20mA signals for controllers using Acromag's Model 652T or 674T.
♦ Using Acromag's AC current sensor Model 5020-350.
♦ Scaling & summing up to four 4-20mA signals from flow sensors using Acromag's Model 894M.
♦ Taking the square root and summing up to four 4-20mA signals from flow sensors using Acromag's Model 894M.
♦ Transmitting the calculated percentage (ratio) of an additive from two flow lines using Acromag's Model 892M.
♦ Convert a 4-20mA level signal (proportional to height) to a 4-20mA signal proportional to volume using Acromag's Model 892M.
♦ Calculate the discharge rate output of a Cipoletti Weir using Acromag's Model 892M and 895M.
♦ Calculate the discharge rate output of a V-notch weir using Acromag's Model 892M and 895M.
♦ Have a flow sensor with a non-linear reversed output. Create a 4-20mA output proportional to flow rate using Acromag's Model 811T.
♦ 250T Two-Wire RTD transmitters fail-safe hook-up approach.
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