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ABB Panelboard Offers Greater Safety for Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution

The ReliaGear SafeT panelboard, new from ABB Electrification Products division, features an industry-exclusive, finger-safe IP20 SafeT bus stack with plug-in branch devices that significantly improves safe operation in low-voltage electrical power distribution applications.

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Stratix 2500 Switch Addresses Evolving Networking Needs

Manufacturers that use unmanaged network switches but struggle with downtime or security concerns now have an alternative to using managed switches. The Allen-Bradley Stratix 2500 lightly managed switch from Rockwell Automation provides the security, resiliency, segmentation and bandwidth-optimization benefits of a managed switch without the need for extensive configuration. 

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ABB Reliagear Family Expanded to Include Full Range of Low-Voltage Solutions

ABB announced the launch of a low-voltage ReliaGear switchgear, motor control center, SafeT switchboard, SafeT panelboard and busway. The expansion of the range completes the full line, complementing ABB’s medium-voltage switchgear, which includes ReliaGear and SafeGear brands.

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Time-to-Digital Converter Brings Pico-Second Resolution to Drones, LIDAR

The new TDC-GPX2 high-performance time-to-digital converter from AMS/Acam improves on a classic, with more power, a smaller package and lower cost than its predecessor. The TDC-GPX2 has very low power consumption and is configured in a small 9- x 9-mm QFN64 package, which also reduces or even eliminates cooling requirements.

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CoaXPress Integrates Machine Vision into the Industrial Internet of Things

According to market research, there will be nearly 26 billion devices on the Internet of Things by 2020. While the consumer end of the IoT has been the primary focus of attention, the manufacturing subset of the IoT, known as the Industrial Internet of Things or the IIoT, will witness even more spectacular growth. Manufacturing companies are expected to spend $500 billion a year by 2020 on IIoT technology, and generate value of $15 trillion annually by 2030.

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