Panel Builder System Integrator

Phoenix ContactThe service life and availability of hardware is limited, especially for control systems. When it becomes difficult and expensive to obtain replacement parts or a more powerful system is required, you should consider retrofitting or modernizing your system.

Your advantages

  • Greater availability, thanks to short downtimes during the migration process
  • Error-free connection by retaining the existing field wiring
  • Reduced wiring effort, thanks to plug-in components
  • Reduced maintenance costs, thanks to ongoing technological development of the system

For more information:

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