While I've enjoyed interacting with our audience via social media and the forums over the last several years, as the audience has grown it become difficult to try to reply to all the questions and messages that come in.
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We take a first look at the Moxa EDS-2005-EL Ethernet Switch in this episode of The Automation Minute. To learn more about it, check out the below links:
Moxa Switch Product Page: https://www.moxa.com/en/products/industrial-network-infrastructure/ethernet-switches/unmanaged-switches/eds-2005-el-series?utm_source=automationblog&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=EDS-2000-EL
PS - I included some bloopers at the end ;-)
Please feel free to post any Questions, Tips, Ideas, or just what's going on in your "Automation Life" right here in our community! And if you post a question on a product I know, I'll definitely try to help!
Note: On Locals, everyone is invited to read posts and follow along. Members also get access to "members only" posts, as well as the ability to create & reply to posts.
Earlier this week I announced I would be releasing my first Siemens course on December 15th, and I'm offering a 50% off coupon to anyone who wants it - you just have to submit your coupon request using the below link, and on the week of December 15th I'll send a coupon to save 50%!
S7 Course Coupon Request Link -> https://theautomationschool.com/courses/101-s7c/
I've been getting a lot of vendor requests to come on my shows, so yesterday I buckled down and put 12 hours into overhauling my Media Guide so it was up to date and contained all the info that has changed over the last several months, and I released the updated version this morning here:
If you know any vendors you'd like to see come on, please share this link with them!