Bringing the Industrial Internet of Things to Fluid Power (.PDF Download)

Without a doubt, the biggest news in manufacturing for the decade is the rapid proliferation of low-cost sensing and computer processing being attached to all types of industrial equipment—everything from connectors, hose and tubing to pumps, motors, actuators and filters. In fluid power systems, the line between actuator and sensor is becoming increasingly blurred.

Traditionally, solenoid-operated valves were powered by simple contactors in an output card; today, more of them a

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