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18 October 2016

The Anybus Wireless Bolt from HMS Industrial Networks is a wireless access point designed to be mounted on a machine or cabinet to give it wireless access via WLAN, Bluetooth or Bluetooth Low Energy. This access makes it possible to configure via a regular tablet or smartphone or connect to a cloud service, realising Industrial IoT.

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15 October 2015


New from Harting, the Ha-VIS LOCFIELD(R) RFID antenna uses a coaxial travelling-wave concept to offer users a compact package with complete flexibility in the design of RF reading zones.

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10 October 2015

Emerson Process Management has added Power over Ethernet (PoE) to the Smart Wireless Gateway 1420, making it possible to power the gateway and compatible devices using a standard Ethernet cable.

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16 June 2015

Anaren has launched a new Atmosphere Sensors Partnership Program that introduces a suite of proven sensor technologies and tools into Anaren’s wireless connectivity ecosystem.

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22 January 2015

For several years, the Anybus Wireless Bridge has been a popular solution to replace Ethernet cabling with a Bluetooth or WLAN connection. After the acquisition of the wireless gateways from u-blox/connectBlue in September, HMS Industrial Networks can now present an expanded suite of Anybus Wireless Bridge products for connecting industrial devices wirelessly.

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16 December 2014

Combining the accuracy of an industrial sensor/transmitter with the convenience of smartphones and tablet, using Omega's UWBT Series of Bluetooth transmitters it is possible to turn a smart phone or tablet into a data logging and monitoring device.

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27 December 2014

Balluff has developed new push-pull variants of its PROFINET IO-Link master modules. These are available with the choice of a fibre-optic cable or copper cable connection.They all have the push-pull connection technology for fieldbus and power cables that is specified in the AIDA (Automation Initiative of German Automobile Manufacturers).

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27 December 2014

Through a new partnership with RFID hardware company Wavetrend, Red Ledge has added active tag technology to its existing RFID portfolio and plans to launch a series of active tag-based, higher-value asset management solutions for supply chain and manufacturing, energy and construction users.

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16 December 2014

Ha-VIS Middleware from Harting offers easy and flexible integration of data from UHF RFID readers into production management systems.

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06 October 2014

Offering functionality, compact design, and high speed, Pepperl+Fuchs' new OPC 120 Series code reader for 1-D and 2-D codes features a polarisation filter for reading high-gloss materials and a PROFINET connection.

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06 October 2014

The VB14N-T compact cold store scanner from Pepperl+Fuchs operates at temperatures from -35 to +45°C, delivering full performance over the entire operating temperature range.

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12 August 2014

On its stand at PPMA 2014 Balluff will feature a flexible conveyor system with RFID and vision sensing simulating a closed loop production line.

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16 June 2014

According to Mitsubishi Electric, Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications holds the key to a new paradigm of industrial automation and production.

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05 June 2014

The latest RFID product from ifm, the DTE104, is a base unit featuring Ethernet TCP/IP that can accept antennae working in the 125 kHz or 13.56 MHz ranges connected up to 20m away.

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24 April 2014

Yokogawa Electric Corporation has received the Frost & Sullivan 2014 Global Enabling Technology Leadership Award in the wireless solutions category. The Enabling Technology Leadership Award is presented to companies around the world that are best-in-class in a specific category. 


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02 December 2013

Mouser Electronics has launched a new Wireless Charging Technology site. The site offers a detailed overview of the rapidly evolving technology and helps designers identify the ideal wireless charging semiconductor and passive components – as well as development tools – to put a charge into their next design project.

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20 November 2013

The new multi-channel I/O expansion modules for the Radioline wireless system from Phoenix Contact, with its compact 17.5 mm housing, now make it possible to transfer up to eight digital signals in one slice.

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15 March 2013

The new Radioline wireless system from Phoenix Contact is specifically designed for wireless signal transmission in large sites.

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15 March 2013

Status Instruments has launched what it claims is one of the most advanced but user friendly Dual Channel Signal Conditioners of its type on the market.

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18 March 2013

When manufacturer of industrial laundry machinery, Lapauw International, need to remotely monitor and carry out intervention on its installations, it turned to eWON, a Belgian manufacturer of industrial routers and supplier of intelligent solutions for PLC remote- access via the Internet.

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FEATURES

08 October 2015

Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director of European Automation discusses the latest developments in wireless machine to machine (M2M) technology, including 6LoWPAN.

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