How to make Wire Links with Wubbers Mandrel Pliers
If you are looking to expand your tool selection, Wubbers® Pliers are a great addition to any jeweler’s bench. The pliers have comfy padded handles, are made of high quality stainless steel, and have box-joint construction. Wubbers offers traditional jewelry pliers in two sizes (which are awesome), but the pliers that caught my eye are the mandrel pliers. Mandrel pliers are available in several shapes and…
Wire a Valve Actuator: Automation 101 Video
Building automation typically requires controlling heating and cooling water flow in the HVAC system. Here we use an actuator mounted directly on the valve.
OptoNews Tip: More capabilities, more I/O for legacy systems
SNAP-PAC-R1-B programmable automation controller fits on B-series rack, brings older I/O into the SNAP PAC System
Top O' the Mornin' Links
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How To Wire and Calibrate a Valvcon ADC Series Actuator
Doug Crimmins shows up how to wire and calibrate a Valvcon ADC Actuator for use in modulating service with 4-20 mA feedback.
Wire a Proximity Sensor: Automation 101 Video
Proximity sensors can give you useful data about machines without disturbing the process or the machine's function. Watch the video.
Wire a Temperature Sensor: Automation 101 Video
Keeping tabs on the temperature in a server room is critical to avoid equipment failure. See an easy way to monitor room temperature in this video.
Wire a Level Sensor: Automation 101 Video
Automation 101: Wire a Level Sensor Monitoring tank and liquid levels is a fundamental task in automation. This video explains how a level sensor using a 4-20 mA signal can give you the data you need. It also explains how you can get additional data from a sensor that communicates using the HART® (highway addressable remote transducer) protocol, even though the sensor has only two wires.
DIY Wire Closet System
Updating your closet may seem like a chore. But with the right tools, it's a simple task that takes only an afternoon. We'll show you how to choose and install the right shelf storage system for your space.
Why the “Untrendy” Wired Device is Sometimes Better than Wireless
When working with clients on selecting and implement new technology in their buildings, contractors who understand which devices can access the internet (or be attacked by the internet) and which d…
What links the global Internet? Wires inside tubes no bigger than a garden hose.
If you think your life is getting ever more wireless, think again. The Internet connections the world relies on still cross the globe thanks to cables laid along the sea floor. And while terrorism isn't yet a major threat to their health, dropped anchors or human carelessness are.
OptoNews Tip: Video shows how to wire new spring clamps
Watch a quick video on wiring with spring clamps in new Opto 22 products
How To Change Wire System Graphics
www.standoffsystems.com/products/wire-systems/ Learn how to quickly uninstall a wire system for maintenance or to change out your graphics. The EZ-Wi...
How To Ban Blue Links on iOS Devices In Email
We've all seen blue links in our email--as a designer, you can fix them so it doesn't detract from the message. Here's how to ban blue links on iOS devices.
How to add links and banner links
2. Click on "Edit content". 3. Select the text where you want to add the link and click on the "Link" icon. 4. Fill the field URL and click "Insert". Banner links 1. Add a block of text by clicking on "Text and Images" or choose one already created. Then click on "Edit content". 2. Add or select an image to use as a banner link. Click the "Link" icon. 3. Fill in the URL and click "Insert".
5 Essential Security Features for Control, Edge, and IIoT Systems
Regardless of the connected automation device you’re looking to install, key security features to look for include network interfaces, firewalls,...
How to play Links golf…
In the spirit of the 146th Open Championship in Southport, UK this week I would like to offer some tips to making the most out of your links golf experience. The land on which links courses are bui…
How To Make A Trip Wire Alarm System
Have you ever thought about making an alarm when going camping or just to have one in case of emergency? Making a trip wire alarm system is easier than it seems at a first glance and it will notify you in case there is an emergency or an intruder near you. You will need to […]
How to Build Links with Infographics
It should be no surprise that infographics aquire links. I’m about to tell you exactly how I’ve gotten clients hundreds of thousands of content views, thousands of social shares, and hundreds of links.
Why are Links Blue?
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the web, is credited with making hyperlinks blue, a decision he appears to have reached at random. But although accessibility may not have been on Sir Tim’s mind at the time, the color choice was a happy one, according to Joe Clark.