Posts Tagged ‘USB’

Automating the Baja 1000

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Taking PC Based Automation to the Extreme!

Taking PC Based Automation to the Extreme!

If you’ve been getting the Dajac newsletter, you know that we have teamed up with Dallas Design and Technology (DDT) to prove that PC based automation makes sense, even in the toughest conditions. Read Dajac Goes for a Ride – Baja Style for complete details.

Today marks the beginning of the race!


PC Based Automation Continues to Grow

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

PC Based Process Control

PC Based Process Control

I was cleaning up over the holidays and came across a couple articles that I had saved from earlier in 2009. I’m sure you’ll find them interesting. Both articles describe how people are taking PC based automation to the next level to reduce cost and integration time.


GPS, Trade Shows and PC Based Automation

Friday, September 25th, 2009

Rosemont, IL

We made the trip to Chicago (Rosemont) last week to visit the Design & Manufacturing Midwest show. I did my due diligence the night before and printed directions and maps which looked fairly straight forward. Up I-65 to I-94 to I-294 and exit on River Rd. right at the convention center.

Unfortunately, I was distracted with the frequent toll stops and road construction. When I started seeing signs for Milwaukee, I began to worry. (more…)

TIED IN KNOTS – A Must-Have Guide to Untangling USB Extension Options for PC Based Automation

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Understand Your Options

Understand Your Options

Stop Your USB Devices From Being Shackled to a PC Like the Pretty Boy on a Chain Gang (He Can't Wait to Get Free!)

Most people believe USB connections are constrained to 5 meters from the PC. In PC based automation projects they toil with PC and device placement.

It's never been easier to free yourself from this restriction. (more…)

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