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- Published: Tuesday, 07 May 2013 11:38
As part of Phoenix Contact’s ever increasing involvement in Machinery Safety and its growing product portfolio, we have teamed up with TUV SUD (Laidler Associates) and Mechan Controls to bring you a FREE one day workshop on Electrical and Functional Safety.
Change defines the world. The current challenges faced by society range from the demographic shift to a growing scarcity of natural resources. Automation, too, is changing: future trends in control technology suggest that the role of that control technology will change. Total solutions in whichtasks are distributed according to free capacity are growing in importance.
To support its impressive growth within the data centre market, Borri Ltd has expanded its dedicated data centre solutions division with the appointment of a new business development manager, Graham Tester, who will be responsible for developing customer relationships and identifying new consultant partnerships.
I/O signals from Phoenix Contact’s Radioline systems can now be connected directly to control units via the Modbus RTU protocol. For this, the radio master wirelessly collects I/O signals from up to 250 radio stations and maps these to a centrally located Modbus register.
With the Simatic S7-1217C CPU, the Siemens Industry Automation Division is extending its product portfolio of compact, modular Simatic S7-1200 controllers in the high-end performance range.
Phoenix Contact has added several new outdoor web panels to its HMI product range. The panels feature front surfaces protected against dust and splash water (protection class IP 67) and an anti-glare display that can be read in full sunlight.
Choosing the right devices for final circuit protection can be a confusing task: modern MCBs, RCCBs and RCBOs are available in a bewildering array of types and sizes. To help resolve this confusion, David Pitt of Eaton’s Electrical Sector provides some useful guidance.
When IRISS introduced its VP and CAP Series polymer infrared inspection windows it substantially raised the bar against other brands. These products remain the world’s only industrial grade infrared windows but now IRISS has even more to shout about.