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Industrial radios stand up to harsh environment

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Filed in Application stories, Wireless Automated Material Handling

An end user in Mexico that produced metal coils was in need of a new wireless solution: The ideal one would be able to maintain communications in what could be a harsh environment [...]

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Four bottle filling machines, three protocols – and one gateway family

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Gateways Automated Material Handling

In an Italian packaging facility, four bottle filling machines were equipped with flow meters using the Modbus® serial protocol [...]

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Packaging OEM saves time via remote monitoring

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Remote Connectivity Automated Material Handling Gateways Cellular Wireless

Hassia-Redatron GmbH, a machine builder in Germany, was in a spot that many OEMs find themselves in [...]

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Connecting dissimilar packaging equipment in Italy

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Gateways Automated Material Handling

It’s a situation that end users and especially OEMs are used to: Your new equipment has to come in and communicate with the existing setup [...]

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Wireless radios provide the reliability that a rotating machine needs

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Wireless Automated Material Handling

It’s a carefully considered process: Ethernet cables are produced in a Bitner facility in Poland. At the main point in the application, one machine is manufacturing twisted cable [...]

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Wrapping five bottles per second

In Altavilla Vicentina, Italy, a Clever Sleever Machine places and shrink-wraps decorative sleeves on bottles at a rate of 18,000 pieces per hour [...]

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