Drives and Control Solutions

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DCS ACOPOS P3 Defies Environmental Influences 1 400

The compact B&R servo drive is suitable for use in aggressive atmospheric environments and at temperatures as low as -25°C. The electronics of the ACOPOS P3 are protected from external influences by a special coating as standard, making the servo drive even more resistant.

 

 

DCS MC IO Link Master Modules and Hib from AUtomation Direct 1 400

IO-Link is a powerful field I/O protocol capable of handling traditional field I/O along with diagnostic data from intelligent field devices including device health, configured parameters, and performance. IO-Link master modules are the interface between field devices and higher-level controllers/information systems, and they also control data traffic between the connected devices. Two IO-Link master modules are now available that convert IO-Link signals to/from EtherNet/IP, OPC UA, and MQTT.

 

 

DCS T Easic FTS from SICK Clever Dry Run Protection in Pumps 1 400

The T-Easic® FTS thermal flow sensor measures flow and temperature of liquids in accordance with the calorimetric principle. Available as an industrial variant with VISTAL® housing and display or as a hygienic stainless-steel variant, the T-Easic® FTS is suitable for a wide range of applications.

 

 

DCS 50 Years of Bit Parallel Encoders from Posital 1 400

Encoder-maker POSITAL remains committed to supplying customers with absolute encoders with bit parallel communications interfaces. POSITAL’s ability to supply this low-volume niche market with cost-effective products is directly related to its modular design philosophy and flexible “minimum order quantity: one” (MOQ1) manufacturing system.

 

 

DCS HPS Drive Isolation Transformers from Automation Direct 1 400

AutomationDirect has added drive isolation transformers from Hammond Power Solutions to their growing lineup of transformers. Their rugged design allows them to withstand the mechanical stresses, voltage distortions, and heating associated with motor drives. 

 

 

DCS Integrate DC Devices into Work Area with AC Power Banner 1 400

The new SPS30 AC/DC In-Line Power Converter is a compact, cost-effective device that makes it easy to connect sensors and indicators that use DC power to a production line using AC. The SPS30 accepts 100­­­–240 V AC at its input and converts that voltage to 24 V DC at its output. 

 

 

DCS New Sub Compact Light Weight Pressure Sensor from Gems Sensors 1 400

At less than 25mm length (+ lead-wires) and 13mm diameter our new pressure sensor “packs a punch” offering the same robust performance as similar pressure sensors at a quarter of the size. Common applications include diversified industrial, professional hand tools, fire rescue, and construction.

 

 

DCS Mersen Launches Non Indicating Class RK Fuse Series 1 400

Mersen is pleased to announce non-indicating versions of its popular A2D and A6D Series Class RK1 fuses. With this introduction, the Class RK1 Time Delay fuse series now offers a full range of ampere ratings between 8-600A in both indicating and non-indicating categories. 

 

 

DCS Littlefuse ITV4030 Battery Protectors 1 400

Littelfuse Inc., an industrial technology manufacturing company empowering a sustainable, connected, and safer world, recently announced the new ITV4030, a series of 22 amp, three-terminal, surface-mountable Li-ion battery protectors. These 4.0 x 3.0 mm devices protect battery packs against overcurrent and overcharging (overvoltage) conditions. The innovative design uses embedded fuse and heater elements that provide fast response and reliable performance to interrupt the charging or discharging circuit before the battery pack becomes overcharged or overheated.

 

 

DCS Additional Safety Mats Edges and Bumpers from AutomationDirect 1 400

AutomationDirect has added additional safety mats, edges, and bumpers from ASO Safety Solutions. These safety products protect people and machinery from harm. Mats detect the presence of personnel on horizontal surfaces (usually the floor), edges can be used on any surface, usually near possible crushing or shearing points, and bumpers are used in applications involving vehicles or other moving equipment.

 


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