CAYIN Technology unveils the entry-level content management server, CMS-20, to manage digital signage projects involving less than 20 media players. The server offers an optimum solution for users to manage a smaller-scale, self-hosted digital signage network.
Intelligent building efficiency is not just relegated to offices. As energy prices rise and incomes are squeezed, home automation systems will become a more enticing investment as their efficiency improves and costs decline due to innovation and scale. And, consumers will start paying attention: currently the average household pays over $100 a month for electricity according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Half of those costs are to keep the motor and compressors in operation in air conditioners and heaters. So if smarter systems are going to save consumers money, the work must start with the machines that cool us during summer and keep us warm during the frigid winter months. And if consumers had the ability to control their home’s climate control systems remotely from a smartphone or a web application from a remote location, they could save money without sacrificing convenience and comfort. In my interview earlier this month with Emerson’s VP of Marketing at Emerson Climate Services, he shared with me some of the challenges, future benefits and upcoming trends in the home automation technologies market. “We’re data hungry–we want it at our fingertips. At the same time, when it comes to our comfort and convenience, we want it easily and quickly with no distractions.” — Geoff Godwin describing the role of data in the development of cutting-edge home automation systems. Currently less than two percent of homes in the United States have some form of home automation or smart grid system, but Godwin sees huge growth in the next four to five years. Communications protocols such as Zigbee have improved in their sophistication to match the growing complexity of HVAC and water heating systems that consume less energy than ones manufactured just a few years ago.
Two Digital Display Walls Embrace New Audience and Called a Beautiful Thing to See
Session to Highlight How Broadcasters Can Recreate the TV Watching Experience by Using Simple Workflows to Deliver Seamless, High-Quality Video to Viewers Using Any Device
Connected cars are a significant area for consumer-based M2M (machine-to-machine) growth, according to new research from Parks Associates, which projects by 2017, 17.6 million consumers will subscribe to embedded connected vehicle services such as General Motors' OnStar and Chrysler's UConnect Acces
New multi format Video Matrix Switches with TCP/IP control provide the ultimate video integration and distribution solution.
AIS Announces Industrial Monitor With Fully Integrated Ingress Protection Ratings That Combine High-Performance Widescreen LCD Flat Panel and Multi Touch Projected Capacitive Touch Technology
IP65 Flat Front Surface Design, Ingress Protection Rating Tested to IEC 60529--- Chemically Strengthened Glass and Anti-Glare Treatment--- Budget-Priced Flush Mounted Widescreen LCD Flat Panel With Multi Touch Operation--- Suited for Installation In Machines, Control Cabinets, Consoles and Gantries--- AIS Leads The Projected Capacitive Technology And Multi Touch Screen Evolution--- Enhanced Displays: Clarity, Accuracy And Simplicity--- Enabled Visibility: Faster, Better And Intelligent--- Optimized Visualization For Medical, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Industrial Automation and Process Control Applications
OKW has extended its unique interface-terminal plastic enclosures range with new accessory kits that allow them to be fitted flush in walls or control panels. It follows increased demand for specialized electronics enclosures for luxury homes, museums, hospitals, government buildings, military installations, factories and laboratories.
Available in single mode and multimode cable designs
Michael Chafee Enterprises new independent sales rep.
Crimson AV Ships New Residential and Commercial Projector Mounts Designed to Maximize Value And Efficiency While Minimizing Installation Time And Cost
JR, JR2 and JR3 SyncPro™ projector mounts feature best in class designs, features, benefits and value for front, rear and shot-throw projection digital signage solutions
Innovative Motorized Screen Technology is Easy to Install and Delivers Impressive Image Quality While Preserving Existing Room Aesthetics
Screen Innovations Releases a Series of Educational Videos Discussing Current Projection Video Trends, Technologies and Applications From SI, Sony, JVC, Digital Projection and Epson
Manufacturers discuss new products and the unrivaled value and versatility of two-piece projection solutions for Residential and Commercial installations
Dozens of 'under-the-hood' improvements will cement product's market position as an affordable MEMC converter without equal
Asoka's HEMS is Part of its Digital Living Suite of Services
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The BLE2 Series replaces our popular BLE Series and continues our brushless motor advantages by featuring an all new compact, high-power and high-efficiency brushless DC motor combined with a Driver that can be digitally set and controlled via external DC voltage or by the front panel. The BLE2 Series can easily compete with larger 3-phase inverter driven motors in many more applications, with built-in simple holding torque function, saving space and increasing performance thanks to the advantages of a brushless motor design. The BLE2 Series has a maximum speed of 4000 r/min, achieving a speed ratio of 1:50 (80 to 4000 r/min). The new motor structure is small than previous models and enables high power and high efficiency while incorporating easy setting, installation and wiring. The new motor connector offers IP66 degree of protection and allows for easy and direct connection between motor and driver with two available orientation of cable outlet direction.