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Persistent Serial Memory Eases Burden in Repetitive Event Systems

Last Updated: 
Sep 09, 2011

Our world is filled with machines that perform repetitive events. For example, factory floor robots move in a series of small steps that are logged until a movement is complete. Once completed, the repetitive motion and step logging begins again. Smart power meters take power readings, log those readings, and then every few minutes upload their reading to a local consolidator, reset, and begin again.   Portable medical instruments, factory line equipment, brushless motors, all take a series of measurements, react to those measurements, then begin anew.  In-line parametric loggers, error-loggers, engine monitors, battery chargers, HVAC controllers – the list of industrial products that depend on repetitive event management is both broad and diverse.