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Reduce Energy Usage by Connecting Building Automation Equipment

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Marketing Communications Manager Filed in Technology focus, Gateways Protocol Conversion

Data from your facility’s equipment like boilers, chillers, HVAC systems, air compressors, generators, and more can help you identify inefficiencies. Check out this blog post to find out what inefficiencies could exist in your facility – and how you can connect your building automation equipment to your control system.

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Attain Reliable Connectivity for Your Mining Application

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Marketing Communications Manager Filed in Technology focus, Protocol Conversion Radiating Cable Wireless

Discover how you can gain reliable connectivity in your mining or metals application. Check out this blog to find out what you need to consider, how industrial solutions can help, and how to collect essential field data.

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PROFINET’s Importance in Industrial Applications

Today we’re taking a look at the role PROFINET plays in top industries; how it can be used; and your options for connecting PROFINET devices to disparate equipment.

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What You Asked About Most at Automation Fair: Modernization, Water and Wastewater Connectivity, and Protocol Conversion

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Marketing Communications Manager Filed in Technology focus, Gateways In-chassis Modernization Protocol Conversion Remote Connectivity Wastewater Water

Earlier this month, we got to go to the latest Automation Fair in Boston – this time a supersized one with learning opportunities to start and expo days to finish. Throughout the course of the show, we heard the latest situations that have you looking for connectivity solutions – check out this blog to learn about the three applications we heard about most.

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Consider the Benefits: Streamlined J1939 Connectivity

By Dennis Gonzalez – Associate Product Manager Filed in Product focus, Gateways Protocol Conversion

The J1939 standard protocol can help identify issues within large vehicles. Find out how the new J1939 router maintains versatile connectivity for a variety of applications, including those in the automotive and agricultural industries.

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Video: Your Guide to Ethernet Messaging Types

By ProSoft Marketing Department Filed in Videos, Gateways In-chassis Protocol Conversion

Most industrial automation protocols have two methods of communication – client-server data communications and input/output message communications. Each of these methods have their own properties and characteristics that make them suitable for different applications – watch this video to learn more!

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