Posts Tagged IO-Link

Multifunctional Fluid Sensor for Greater Flexibility

The new fluid sensors from SICK, such as the DOSIC® flow sensor, offer calibration-free measurements no matter which medium they are used in, ensuring a high level of flexibility. Plants do not have to be converted or operated in parallel when the fluid or medium is being

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Industry 4.0: Remote Connectivity on the Sensor Level

Industry 4.0: Remote Connectivity on the Sensor Level

Remote connectivity with automated manufacturing systems has quickly become a routine requirement across the breadth of the manufacturing industry. And for good reason.  The ability to monitor, program, and diagnose systems quickly and from virtually anywhere is essential, and having all sensor-level data easily accessible in one

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What is Industry 4.0, and How Did We Get Here?

What is Industry 4.0, and How Did We Get Here?

Industry 4.0. Internet of Things. Industrial Internet of Things. These are some of the hottest buzzwords in the world of industrial technology today, but how can you make sense of this word soup, and how did we get to 4.0 anyway?  Keep reading for answers to common

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IO-Link 101: 8 Common Questions Answered

IO-Link 101: 8 Common Questions Answered

This is a guest post by Comtrol Corporation, a provider of networking and industrial data communication products, specializing in industrial Ethernet and device connectivity. Comtrol has also been designated as the North American IO-Link Competency Center. You may be hearing a lot of buzz about IO-Link lately,

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IO-Link Glossary: 25 Important Terms to Know

IO-Link Glossary: 25 Important Terms to Know

According to the IO-Link website, IO-Link is the first standardized IO technology worldwide for communication with sensors and actuators. If you’re new to IO-Link or are looking for a great refresher on the fundamentals, check out the guest post by Comtrol, the North American IO-Link Competency Center:

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