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Olympus Controls is hosting laser marking "open houses" where customers can drop in and meet the technology experts who will mark sample parts with text, barcodes, images or all of the above.

After the parts are marked, our in house experts will also show thou how to read, validate and even verify the quality of the marks.

November 8, 2016
9am - 5pm
1400 Talbot RD South #400
Renton, WA 98055
November 9, 2016
9am - 5pm
1400 Talbot RD South #400
Renton, WA 98055
November 10, 2016
9am-5pm
18280 SW 108th Ave
Tualatin, OR 97062
November 11, 2016
9am-1pm
18280 SW 108th Ave
Tualatin, OR 97062

Wearable Technology
Replacing complexity with productivity

With end-users' desire to squeeze more productivity out of their operations, warehousing organizations are turning to wearable technologies, given their unique ability to enable truly hands-free, multi-modal workflows where user and device integrate seamlessly, to enable an improved user experience and greater workflow efficiency.
 
A recent VDC Research survey found that 85% of end users are motivated to invest in warehouse wearable initiatives in order to increase employee productivity. This investment is being driven by five significant market pressures.
 
Read about these five factors and how wearable technology addresses them.

Article: What are IP Ratings?
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What do the mean for industrial sensing?

How water resistant is water resistant, and what level of resistance is necessary for your application?  What's the difference between IP and NEMA ratings?  
 
This article clarifies what IP ratings mean, as well as what to look for as you select water-resistant industrial sensing solutions.

Introducing the New XT - Xpress PowerStataion
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Going far beyond a traditional HMI

Parker is pleased to announce the release of the XT - Parker's Xpress™ PowerStation. The XT comes pre-loaded with the next iteration of Parker's award winning runtime and development software, Xpress 4.1.
 
The XT was designed with the Industrial user in mind. The XT is a fully solid state device with impressive 15G peak shock and 5-500 Hz vibration ratings. Its fanless design prevents unexpected machine downtime due to fan failure-the most common failure mode of HMI products. 
 

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