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PAC Bond

A collateralized mortgage obligation that seeks to protect investors from prepayment risk. PACs do this by setting a schedule of payments; if prepayments of the underlying mortgages exceed a certain rate, the life of the PAC is shortened. If they fall below a certain rate, the life of the tranche is extended. This helps protect investors in case the holders of the underlying mortgages do not pay off their mortgages as expected.


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These six modules, five to control the motors and one for the calibration switches, are connected to the industrial controller CompactRio, which, in turn, communicates with the computer through a network connection that owns the chassis.
The virtual version of the ECSTR control has been extended by the non-linear analogue model of the ECSTR controlled by the real industrial controller. This solution gives many possibilities to realise real-time control, where the process signal processing, control action limiting, alarms processing, real time capabilities and another can be included.
When combined with Honeywell's fire and gas product portfolio, SCAME's industrial controllers and management systems expect to provide integrated solutions for customers.
utilised in automobiles and high-end industrial controllers.
In twenty years SETEX has manufactured more than 40,000 industrial controllers with innovative graphical user-interfaces.
It targeted the industrial controllers that operated Natanz's centrifuges, causing an estimated 20 percent of them to fail.
As part of the world's number one embedded ecosystem, Cortex-A class processors are found in applications from automotive infotainment and industrial controllers to robots and wearable devices.
Axiros' customers can use the platform to design and deploy cloud-based automation logic that facilitates real-time processing for industrial controllers used by appliance manufacturers, system integrators, telecommunications networking equipment providers, power companies, and others.
It does this through any number of data collection devices, including machine vision systems, weigh scales, torque tools, USB foot pedals, materials handling systems, barcode readers, and industrial controllers. With these devices, LGS can confirm, for example, that an operator is reaching for the right bin (machine vision), picking up the correct part (weigh scale), and tightening a bolt correctly (torque wrench).
This issue of ASME Dynamic Systems and Control (DSC) Magazine focuses on control systems in advanced manufacturing, including cyber security of industrial controllers, additive manufacturing and logic controllers.

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