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Depends from the control type... On-OFF, PID....
Thanks @Boss - glad you liked it :o)
I'm sure I would run as well !!! Assuming I was still standing.
Amazing work these creators have done, I would have loved to been involved in a project such as this, thanks for posting this article...
A multifunction time relay with a pulse generator output may be a simple solution (e.g. Elko type CRM-91H set to fuction j)
Thank you, wgiergus
In my first article about the new decade, I looked at how the innovations of the 1920s have helped shape the 2020s. In this article, we’ll look even further back to the 1820s to see if technology has been influenced by inventions from 200 years ago.
We're talking real-life Jurassic World stuff here. You know they are not real, but they're still pretty terrifying! And that's true even without animatronics as this hoax video demonstrates...
Convenient automation solution for air and drive technology. This application example enables you to control up to four ebm-papst fans via MODBUS RTU.
Automation makes for easy, efficient and space-saving aeration and ventilation – speed control is already sufficient. For many applications, all you need is one switch, one SINAMICS G frequency converter and one motor.
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As servers become wider to allow for more internal components, the space available for mounting the racks reduces accordingly. Accuride has considered this in their designs and developed the DZ2807 server rack slide.
Part 3 of my project to create a highly visual machine to demonstrate the crossover of IT and automation for the DesignSpark team. Here I explain the central control software written and show how I used OpenCV to calculate the fluid levels.
Part 2 of my mission to create a highly visual machine to demonstrate the crossover of IT and automation at exhibitions for the DesignSpark team.
After sharing my classical automation and Python articles on DesignSpark, the team asked me to create a highly visual machine to demonstrate the crossover of IT and automation at exhibitions.