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JJ Thiara


JJ Thiara, Rockwell Automation, 978-446-3309. jsthiara@ra.rockwell.com


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The Rise of Diffuse-Mode Photoelectric Sensors   August 22, 2008
By: JJ Thiara

Within the photoelectric-sensor arena, the diffuse sensing mode has become much more prevalent with the development and refinement of background suppression-the ability of a sensor to see an object and ignore the reflective surface directly behind it. This is a contributing factor to the diffuse...more >>

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Photoelectric Sensors and Background Suppression   August 19, 2008
By: JJ Thiara

In many cases, the selection of a sensor, particularly in difficult applications, is the result of trial and error. Although the applications for diffuse-mode photoelectric sensors are diverse, the most effective selection and use of the technology requires an understanding of the operating...more >>

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The Role of Subsystems in Industrial Control   April 25, 2008
By: JJ Thiara

Automation professionals favor complete end-to-end solutions. But to meet the unique requirements of specific applications, engineers turn to tailored subsystems, which optimize the overall system, reduce commissioning time, and cut costs.

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The Industrial Control System—More Than the Sum of Its Parts   April 22, 2008
By: JJ Thiara

Today's industrial automation market continues to be driven by a complete-solution focus, with emphasis on reduced cost of ownership and increased value for the user. Increasingly, though, users turn to subsystems to save commissioning time and reduce costs.




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