Tag Archives: IOLINK

For Industrial Controls, What’s Next After Analog?

Analog signals have been part of industrial control systems for a very long time.  The two most common signals are 0-10V (“voltage”) and 4-20mA (“current”), although there are a wide variety of other voltage and current protocols.  These signals are called … Continue reading

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Where does IO-Link go in 2011?

As I sit and ponder what 2011 will look like, only one thought comes to mind, the endless possibilities of IO-Link. I have written many entries on IO-Link and as I see it there are much more to come.  Why … Continue reading

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IO-Link Scalability Animation Video

How can I use IO-Link in my application?  How is IO-Link scalable?  If these are questions you still have, watch this animation describing the scalability of IO-Link.  To learn more about Balluff’s IO-Link offering, click here

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