Mattec Corp.'s ProHelp shop floor control has gone wireless.
The company in Loveland, Ohio, is offering a new wireless machine interface unit. The units broadcast electronic signals from a radio device on the machine that is picked up by a radio receiver near the computer file server.
Wireless communications make it easier to move machines around. No more cut wires and poor wire splicing.
The wireless devices can be retrofitted onto existing machines and systems installed within the last 10 years. Mattec's wireless communications can work on either its Windows NT-based ProHelp system, or its Unix-based ProHelp Millennium.
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