Sealevel CEO Arrested to Support March of Dimes

The Pickens County police made a stop by Sealevel this morning to arrest CEO, Tom O’Hanlan. Don’t worry…no laws were broken and it was all for a good cause! Tom agreed to be arrested to raise money for our March of Dimes campaign. In order to be released from jail, Tom had to raise his […]

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Autism Awareness – “Light It Up Blue” Project

Today, April 2nd, is World Autism Awareness Day, and April has been designated Autism Awareness month. To kick off the month, Autism Speaks encourages individuals and businesses to “Light It Up Blue” for Autism awareness. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) covers many complex brain developmental disorders. There are many individuals that fall under the umbrella of […]

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Why 3D Printing Is Here to Stay

Imagine saying, “Computer, chocolate bar.” And one appears. Today’s 3D printing technology differs sharply from the fictional replicator process that feeds the starship crew in Star Trek: The Next Generation. But that hasn’t stopped 3D printed food from grabbing a lot of media attention (e.g., the salt on NPR, Digits on WSJ.com, and Austin American-Statesman). […]

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STEM Night at Crosswell Elementary

The local businesses of Pickens County, led by MCPC, are continuing to work with local schools to educate the employees, students, and their families on the opportunities in this county and how to best prepare the students for a brighter future. Recently, all of the guidance counselors in Pickens County schools toured a number of […]

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New Isolated Digital Input Boards Support AC and DC Voltages

Sealevel Systems, Inc. announces the addition of two new digital input boards, the 8510 and 8511, to the SeaRAQ™ family of I/O expansion designed for Relio R3 rackmount industrial computers. Each board provides 16 optically isolated inputs with 1500 VAC isolation to prevent damage from harmful voltage spikes and surges often found in industrial environments. […]

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EE Live! Expo Focuses on Embedded Designs

EE Live! Conference and Expo is coming up March 31st-April 3rd in San Jose, CA. Called ESC West in the past, this show is one of my favorites since it always offers a wide variety of new embedded computer technology. Our exhibit is located at booth 733 this year, and we are featuring some of […]

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Choosing Joy

Throughout your life things will happen that are simply out of your control. During those times you can either feel sorry for yourself or you can search for the good in that situation. How can you turn the death of a family member or friend into a positive? Or, you just lost your job; what […]

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New SeaRAQ Expansion Boards Enable Computer Control and Monitoring Applications

Sealevel Systems, Inc. announces the SeaRAQ™ family of I/O expansion boards designed for Relio R3 rackmount industrial computers. SeaRAQ boards interface to a variety of real-world I/O and all boards are isolated to prevent damage from harmful surges and ground loops often found in industrial environments. With available slots for adding up to 18 SeaRAQ […]

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Dads of Great Students

Since Tom O’Hanlan founded Sealevel back in 1986, he has always maintained a philanthropic spirit. In his own words, “We are all given a lot in this life and giving back is sort of like insurance – no guarantees, just hope.” Through the years, Sealevel and the O’Hanlan family have supported numerous organizations that support […]

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BMWs Influence, Aluminum Trucks, and Autonomous Cars

South Carolina has become a hub for automotive technology and manufacturing, with the largest influence coming from BMW’s decision to locate their manufacturing plant in Spartanburg back in 1994. Fast forward to 2014 in the upstate: BMW manufactures all of their SUVs, Michelin operates their North American Headquarters plus three tire manufacturing plants, and CU-ICAR […]

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