December 2004
Process & Control Engineering (PACE);Dec2004, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p34
Trade Publication
This article presents information regarding new products. Noshok differential pressure gauges, from AMS Technical Services, come in 2.5 inches, 4..5 inches and 6 inches. SSA Global has released SSA ERPLN Version 6.1, which provides a clear upgrade and migration path for SSA Baan, SSA MANMAN/HP and SSA MK users. Motorola's latest generation Canopy wireless broadband platform. Canopy Advantage, enables more bandwidth and delivers high quality voice over Internet protocol. A new double conversion online 8-15 kVA uninterruptible power system, the Powerware 9155, has been released by Eaton's Powerware division.


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