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When one of your assets goes down unexpectedly, what impact does it have on your overall profitability? When an entire line goes down who gets that call today?

We will demonstrate:

  • How to quickly solve problems from the wireless sensor to the controller and your cloud environment.
  • What has caused failed implementations and how to avoid those mistakes.
  • How Banner machine learning simplifies vibration monitoring by automatically setting warning and alarm thresholds with real-time data.

Who Should Attend?

  • Maintenance professionals
  • Plant engineers
  • Reliability personnel
  • Quality engineers
  • Production engineers
  • Anyone responsible for production uptime

Date: October 23 OR 24, 2019

Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM CDT

Location: Oct. 23 - York, PA OR Oct. 24, Bethlehem, PA

RSVP: $75 registration fee includes lunch and every participant will leave with a DXM700 wireless controller.


Shingle & Gibb Automation is an independent distributor that has evolved over 80 years from roots in the mechanical power transmission industry to a leader in the high technology controls and automation world. Our sales, engineering and management personnel are all knowledgeable in Sensors, Controls, PLCs, Drives and Motion Control.
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Shingle & Gibb Automation

Shingle & Gibb Automation provides an experienced, factory-trained, technically-focused and locally-based sales force to assist customers with automation projects, from conception and specification to completion.

With headquarters in Moorestown, NJ (just outside of Philadelphia, PA) the company offers coverage in New Jersey, Metro New York, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia, Virginia and Florida.

Learn More About Banner's Predictive Maintenance Solutions

Featured Product

DXM Series Wireless Controller

DXM Series industrial wireless controllers are designed to facilitate Ethernet connectivity and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications. 

  • ISM radios available in 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz for local wireless network
  • Converts Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP/IP or Ethernet I/P
  • Logic controller can be programmed using action rules and text language methods
  • Micro SD card for data logging
  • Email and text alerts
  • Cell modem for cellular connectivity