Top Ten Articles of 2014

Curious About What Our Top Ten Articles of 2014 Were? Here's the List

By Katherine Bonfante

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The editors of ControlDesign.com always want to know what you, our readers, are most interested in reading on our site. This not only helps us develop our editorial calendar, but it also helps us cover the industry better and present you with the information you want.

It some times amazes how some stories we think won't be of much interest to you, somehow grab your attention. For example, it would be an educated guess to say that our cover stories are the most read articles on our site, but surprise! That's not always the case. Instead, our "Real Answers" seem to always go through the roof.

In 2014, a lot of our readers who found us through search engines where looking for information  on wireless Ethernet, common network security keys, industrial networking, stem facts, facts about robots, machine safety,  and IEC 61131-3. Yet, our most read article had little to do with the subjects just mentioned. Our number one article was not even written  last year (hint: it is seven years old).

Here's our count down to our top ten articles.

Number 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Safety Relay or Safety-Rated PLC?
Safety Applications Become More Complex When More Than Three Inputs Must Be Monitored and Controlled

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