---------------------------Monitor---------------------------- The Newsletter for PC-Based Data Acquisition and Control Issue 29 www.windmill.co.uk December 2000 -----------------------ISSN 1472-0221------------------------- Welcome to the December issue of Monitor, from Windmill Software. We only send this newsletter to people who have subscribed - should you wish to cancel your free subscription please visit http://www.windmill.co.uk/newsletter.html CONTENTS ======== * Windmill News: Windmill launch our own range of hardware * Exhibitions and conferences * Happy New Year _____________________________________________________________ Windmill News: Windmill Launch New Range of Data Acquisition Hardware We are delighted to announce the first in our own line of data acquisition devices - the Windmill 750. The 750 plugs into your computer's USB port and costs just 295 British pounds (around 440 US dollars or 470 Euros). The price even includes our Windmill software suite, which we normally sell for 145 pounds on its own! Plus, we offer discounts for education. One 750 unit lets you use your PC to monitor up to 16 voltage inputs, 16 digital inputs & outputs and 8 counters. You can connect eight 750s to one computer, increasing the number of inputs and outputs. The Windmill software applications let you log and chart data, switch outputs and save libraries of set- up files for different tests or experiments - all without programming. What's more, data can be sent straight to Excel, or other Windows applications. We're so confident that anyone can use our 750 bundle with the minimum of effort, we offer free technical support for life. We aimed to create the best value USB package you can buy - we think we've succeeded. For more details visit our on-line DAQ catalogue or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org PS - For information on the USB (universal serial bus) see Issue 24 of Monitor _____________________________________________________________ Exhibitions and Conferences Continuing our bi-monthly list of data acquisition exhibitions and conferences. Here are brief details, with URLs of where you can find further information. 14-15 February MTEC NEC Birmingham UK Conference and exhibition dedicated to sensors, measurement and instrumentation. Supported by the Institute of Physics, the Gas Analysis and Sensing Group, the Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Society of Environment Engineers. Papers are to be presented on such topics as chemical sensors and acceleration in Apache helicopters. http://www.mtec-info.co.uk/ 14-15 February Machine Building and Automation NEC Birmingham UK New exhibition on components and equipment for production line assembly. The show includes motors, drives, sensors, switches, enclosures, conveyor systems and industrial robots. 15-19 February Instrumentation & Controls New Delhi India Exhibition dedicated to safe, efficient and reliable operations in the manufacturing and processing industries. Includes a broad range of exhibit categories, including sensors, analytical instruments, process control, environmental monitoring, production measurement, quality control, test and measurement. http://www.ciionline.org/events/indiaexpo/icam/index.html 20-22 February Milan Italy Quality and measurement services and instrumentation exhibition http://www.qualitaly.com/en/Fiera/2Mostra.htm 28 February - 3 March Manufacturing IT Bologna Italy Exhibition and conference on integrated systems for industrial enterprise manufacturing & control. https://www.isa.org/mit2001/ 13-15 March Drives & Controls ExCel Docklands London UK The exhibition addresses issues such as motor control, automation, energy saving, environmental developments, communications and the ubiquitous e-commerce. http://www.drivesexpo.co.uk/ 13-16 March Interchimie, Mesucora, Salon du Laboratoire Paris Nord Villepinte France International show of equipment and material transformation techniques. On show: production equipment, process monitoring, measurement, control, instrumentation and laboratory automation. http://www.forumprocess.com/ _____________________________________________________________ Happy New Year Finally, we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year. Thank you for subscribing to Monitor over the past year: we hope you continue to do so over the next. If you have any comments, or suggestions for articles, please e-mail the Editor at email@example.com _____________________________________________________________ * Copyright Windmill Software Ltd * Reprinting permitted with this notice included * For more articles see http://www.windmill.co.uk We are happy for you to copy and distribute this newsletter, and use extracts from it on your own web site or publication, providing the above notice is included and a link back to our website is in place. 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