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a fluidic is the simplest device known for setting up digital circuit applications

FLUIDIC AMPLIFIER

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Fluidics

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The newly developed fluidic amplifier, Pitney-Bowes’ plastic “Flowboard” (center foreground), is described as “the simplest device known for setting up digital circuit applications.”

Flowboard components shown are: in rear, the F-132, a self-contained fluidic amplifier control unit with six Flowboards and peripheral components; right, a fluidic numeric indicator and pneumatic counter unit; left, an air pulse generator with an electronic-to-fluidic digital impulse interface. 


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