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EETimes.com – Video: Valley Execs Rally for Green Tech, T.J. Rodgers Shares Alternative Energy Ideas

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — A trio of semiconductor chief executives said Silicon Valley, not Washington D.C., is the place most prepared to turnaround the tanking economy and solve the energy crisis. The move comes at a time when President-elect Barack Obama is drafting a massive program to stimulate the slumping U.S. economy, a move drawing opinions from many in the technology community.  More >

Shenzhen Instrument Month News – Wireless Gauge Reader

Shenzhen Instrument Month News - Wireless Gauge Reader
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ACHRNews.com – Product of the Week: Cypress Envirosystems' Wireless Pneumatic Thermostat

A wireless pneumatic thermostat with direct digital control-like functionality enables automatic zone-by-zone scheduling of temperature set point changes, automatic calibration, and remote monitoring of temperature and pressure. According to the manufacturer, it can be installed in older buildings with legacy More >

Selezione di Electronica – La tecnologia giusta: ne troppa, ne troppo poc

Cypress Envirosystems è un’azienda relativamente nuova nel panorama dell’alta tecnologia. Nasce nel 2006 dall’incontro tra T.J. Rodgers, uno dei più vulcanici protagonisti del mondo dei semiconduttori, e Harry Sim, manager con una lunga esperienza nel marketing e nelle strategie applicate ai settori industriali più avanzati. L’obiettivo della società è More >

Oil, Gas & Petrochem Equipment: Vol 55, No 1 – What's New For Processing Special Report

Inventory management design for large refineries, small tank farms Tankvision inventory management system is unveiled for applications from large refineries to small tank farms. It offers universal browser access via internal network and enables tanks visualization on a worldwide scale, declares the manufacturer. Data are displayed as graphica More >

EN-Genius GreentechZone – Cypress Envirosystems’ Line as Product of the Year for Most Cost-Effective Energy Conservation Poduct

Control and Monitoring Solutions to Save Energy and Improve Productivity for Older Buildings and Plants Easy-to-install, non-invasive solutions upgrade pneumatic thermostats, manual steam trap monitoring and dial gauges in minutes with payback in under a yearCypress Envirosystems, a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has introduced an innovative family of control and monitoring solutions geared to help older buildings and manufacturing sites cut energy costs and boost productivity, with a fast return on investment.
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Automation.com – Cypress Envirosystems adds Honeywell wireless to Gauge Reader

October 21, 2008 – Cypress Envirosystems partnered with Honeywell to create a OneWireless version of Cypress Envirosystems’ Wireless Gauge Reader to Honeywell’s specifications. All process industry plants have hundreds or thousands of dial gauges measuring pressure, temperature, flow or other parameters that must be manually read by operators or technicians. The Wireless Gauge Reader simply clips on to the front face of an existing gauge and in minutes enables the data to be integrated with the plant distributed control system for equipment health monitoring, inventory management and other applications. It does not require removing old gauges, breaking pressure seals, performing leak checks, running wires or interrupting the underlying process.
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PharmaManufacturing.com – Wireless Enable Your Old Gauges

Harry Sim left Honeywell for Cypress Envirosystems (a subsidiary of Cypress Semicon) two years ago because he had an idea that needed Silicon Valley innovation and technology.
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AutomationWorld.com – ISA Expo 2008 Video

Automation World visited Cypress Systems' booth at the ISA Show, Oct. 14-16, Houston, TX.
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AutomationWorld – Stranded Data: Wireless is the Key

Trapped! Stranded! Held hostage! All are terms that have been used to describe data that likely exists in many places in your plant or factory today—data that, if made accessible on a continuous, real-time or near-real-time basis, could potentially help you save money in a variety of ways. Now, the emergence of new industrial wireless networking technologies promises some cost-effective ways to free that locked-up data.
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