Mouser launches industrial application training site
June 08, 2012 // Julien Happich
Mouser Electronics has unveiled a new industrial application training site on Mouser.com, developed to assist design engineers in quickly identifying the latest advancements and key trends in building automation technology.
Organized into four sectors: Applications, Featured Products, Articles, and Resources, Mouser's industrial application training site is a comprehensive resource, covering several areas of building automation, including two-stage Air Handling Unit (AHU) controllers, intelligent occupancy sensors, programmable logic controllers, plus Wi-Fi thermostats. The application section’s system block diagram navigation enables engineers to quickly identify specific product sets adhering to their design requirements, based on defined parameters and engineering standards.
Kevin Hess, Mouser’s Vice President of Technical Marketing, shared the vision behind the site’s creation. “For the engineer, time is one valuable component that is always in short supply. We wanted to create a training site that places the latest innovations and advancements in building automation and industrial controls at the design engineer’s fingertips. Our Industrial site is extremely intuitive, offering useful application information and component selection criteria with a single click.”
To categorize information by application or engineered solution, rather than component, the design engineer can quickly reference the Industrial Resource Guide. This guide contains application notes, tutorials and white papers, videos, plus other helpful design sources to help fast-track the overall design process. Arranged neatly into defined categories, this information can be filtered by manufacturer or topic.
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