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AutomationDirect Expands Interlock Safety Switch Offering

AutomationDirect Expands Interlock Safety Switch Offering

Cumming, GA — April 4, 2013 … AutomationDirect has expanded its line of safety products with additional tongue interlock and cable-pull safety switches. Tongue operated safety interlock switches are designed to fit to the leading edge of sliding, hinged or lift-off machine guards and provide positively operated switching contacts. They provide a tamper resistant actuator mechanism and robust ... Read More
 
AutomationDirect Adds Low-Cost Microstepping Drive and Accessories to SureStep Line

AutomationDirect Adds Low-Cost Microstepping Drive and Accessories to SureStep Line

Cumming, GA — December 19, 2012 … AutomationDirect’s SureStep line of motion control products now includes a low cost of entry digital stepper drive in a compact package. The standard stepper drive operates with high-speed pulse input signals (Step and Direction, or jumper-selectable CW/CCW step) and has a selectable resolution range of 200 to 20,000 steps per ... Read More
 
Safety Light Curtains

Safety Light Curtains

Safety light curtains are an advanced method of safeguarding personnel around hazardous machines through the use of photoelectric technology and a concept known as Control Reliability. Safety light curtains are a great alternative to other traditional guarding methods such as mechanical barriers, sliding gates and pull-back restraints; they reduce operator fatigue and offer flexibility and ... Read More
 
Anti-Terrorist Barriers Help Protect Facilities – Issue 9, 2007

Anti-Terrorist Barriers Help Protect Facilities – Issue 9, 2007

Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the need for perimeter security of potentially threatened facilities has increased dramatically. To accomplish this, several facilities around the globe have been installing devices called anti-terrorist barriers, used as added protection against invasion of potentially dangerous vehicles. Domestically, these anti-terrorist devices can be found at Federal Reserve ... Read More
 
Active RFID – Issue 7, 2006

Active RFID – Issue 7, 2006

On The Path To Deliver Pervasive Enterprise Efficiency With RFID tagging becoming more common, this article explores how industry is just beginning to climb the ladder of exciting uses and benefits for RFID in the enterprise. RFID tagging in the enterprise has grown increasingly prevalent over the last two years with the endorsement by Wal-Mart ... Read More
 
Safeguarding Your Computer – Issue 3, 2005

Safeguarding Your Computer – Issue 3, 2005

In this day and age it seems most of us spend more time cleaning the little spies and pests off our computers than truly using them for productive work or play. One thing you can count on in technology is that you won’t really miss it until it’s gone, and if you’re not careful your ... Read More
 
How Secure Is Your Control System? – Issue 2, 2004

How Secure Is Your Control System? – Issue 2, 2004

-Maroochydore, Australia, April 2000- Fired by the contractor who installed the control system at the local water treatment plant, engineer Vitek Boden was then rejected for a job by city council. Laid off and ticked off, Boden sought his foul revenge. Using a stolen laptop and two-way radio, he connected wirelessly to the plant’s control ... Read More