Panel Builder System Integrator

HVL/cb switchgear is a new product for medium voltage power distribution that integrates the two technologies of a fast 3-cycle vacuum circuit breaker with a grounding disconnect switch into a small footprint.

 

 

 

Aluminum and copper conductors can be installed quickly, easily, and safely in the new UL-approved UBAL Al/Cu terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact. The contact chambers are pre-lubricated with antioxidants to simplify conductor pretreatment. The clamping part is made from an aluminum alloy. The lead-free tin surface enables both aluminum and copper conductors to be connected in the same terminal block.

 

 

 

You will be impressed by the new TRIO POWER power supplies with IP67 protection from Phoenix Contact, which feature a weatherproof design for use in harsh industrial environments as well as under extreme ambient conditions.

 

 

 

4mm (smooth) and 5mm (M5 threaded) round photoelectric sensors are now available from AutomationDirect in a wider range of sensing distances in both diffuse and through-beam sensing configurations. These DC-powered metal sensors provide high accuracy in minimal mounting space and are ideal for use in a variety of short or long-distance sensing applications.

 

 

 

The NITRA pneumatic AC Series of coalescing air filters from AutomationDirect allows finer removal of moisture, vapor and oil mist from compressed air applications to provide optimal performance for pneumatic systems and components. NITRA coalescing filters are available in a range of port sizes from 1/8" to 1/2" FNPT; replaceable 0.3-micron filter elements are standard, with an optional 0.01-micron filter element available for stricter filtration requirements.

 

 

 

The smallest robot controller in its class, the ultra-compact YRC1000micro minimizes installation space and optimizes performance with power and precision. A small footprint and lightweight cabinet make the YRC1000micro ideal for factories with high density layouts, where stacking of controllers may be required.

 

 

 

Introduced specifically for manufacturers branching out into robotics, the new Smart Series suite of products allows quick and easy implementation of a robot system. The Smart Series product line includes Yaskawa’s HC10DT, MotoMini, GP7, GP8 and GP12 robots as well as the Smart Pendant and the YRC1000micro robot controller.

 

 

 

Yaskawa Cockpit is a new software platform that monitors, accumulates and visually delivers operational data in real time for networked production environments. This state-of-the-art data collection and visualization software tool easily connects hardware devices across an entire production environment for asset management, predictive maintenance analysis, alarm notification and data management.

 

 

 

The next generation of robot programming, Smart Pendant radically changes the way a robot is programmed, providing simplified programming and fast implementation. Its easy-to-understand, tablet-based interface offers a simple learning curve compared to the standard pendant and is ideal for novice robot programmers.

 

 

 

Ideal for high-speed assembly and handling applications, the GP7, GP8 and GP12 robots are fast, compact and efficient. Each of these six-axis robots offer the highest payload, fastest speed and highest wrist allowable moment in its class.

 

 

 

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The Friedhelm Loh Group is taking over IoTOS, enhancing Industrial IoT like never before!

Friedhelm Loh Group“Data is the new raw material”, Dr Friedhelm Loh said back in 2016 when laying the foundation stone for Rittal's new factory in Haiger. The world’s most advanced automated and digitally integrated production of small and compact enclosures is currently being started up and already generating 18 terabytes of data every day. Furthermore, today Rittal, German Edge Cloud and IoTOS are now offering the first real-time comprehensive solution for edge cloud-based data management and data availability along the entire supply chain, from usage via intelligent analysis and to secure and customer-controlled data transfer in a highly efficient overall environment. 

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Need a Reason to Go to Automation Fair 2019 in Chicago? Here’s Five!

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But with travel budgets to consider, why travel to Chicago, Illinois, U.S. to attend Automation Fair from November 20-21 this year? Here are a few reasons to brave the Midwest weather for the Windy City:

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Each company will share their latest industry-leading, energy-efficient solutions, and introduce you to some of the most innovative technology in the industry!

 

 

 

 

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