Drives and Control Solutions

Motors, Control Solutions, Power Transmission and Advanced Motion Technology                                                                 

 

 

DCS Mitsubishi Electric Automation Releases Common DC Bus Servo Drives 1 400

Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. recently announced the release of the common DC bus servo drive (MELSERVO-J5D) solution. MELSERVO-J5D servo amplifiers are ideal for medium to large servo applications that require multiple drive units capable of managing regenerative energy. Available in 400V and 1kW to 7kW capacity, MELSERVO-J5D servo amplifiers expand the existing drive capabilities for the MELSERVO-J5 portfolio and are compatible with MELSERVO-J5 servo motors (HK-KT/ST/RT/MT).

 

 

DCS NORD IE5 Synchronous Motors 1 400

The new generation of NORD® IE5+ synchronous motors is manufactured in-house for use in intralogistics as well as in the food and beverage industry. Our motors feature a compact and hygienic design in a very small space and thus ensure high corrosion resistance and easy cleaning. The permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) is optionally available as an nsd tupH™ or IP69K version.

 

 

DCS Festo Machine Vision Systems from Festo 1 400

From inspection to identification, barcode reading to robotic guidance, measurement to color analysis, Festo provides machine vision solutions to suit your needs. With higher resolutions, more powerful software tools, easier integration and more flexibility, the latest generation of SBS vision sensors provide the right features and tools to meet your demanding machine vision requirements.

 

 

DCS POSITAL Explosion Proof Rotary Encoders 1 400

POSITAL’s explosion-proof IXARC rotary encoders have been certified to comply with ATEX/IECEx directives for Category 3 electrical products. These devices are suitable for use in Zone 2 and Zone 22 conditions (potential exposure to hazardous levels of explosive gases and flammable dust) and are ideal for oil and gas installations, chemical plants, woodworking operations, and grain handling facilities. Certification documents cover multiple encoder configurations and were issued by an organization with special competency in ATEX and IECEx testing and certification. 

 

 

DCS NORD Condition Monitoring for Predictive Maintenance Monitors 1 400

NORD’s condition monitoring solution focuses on status-based maintenance to increase service life of components and machines, predict undesirable operating conditions, and reduce unplanned downtimes, service costs, and material costs. It uses sensors and drive parameters to provide status-based maintenance.

 

 

DCS Wieland Functional Safety Servics for Industrial Machinery 3 400

For more than 30 years, Wieland electric has provided safety control devices & support for industrial machinery. They know the safety standards and the capabilities of current technology. Now they can also help clients with safety services for the entire machine lifecycle. They provide expert guidance on Risk Assessments, applicable safety standards requirements (local and global), safety design, lockout/ tag-out programs, and more.

 

 

DCS Mersen Now Available Tube0Based Liquid Cooling Simulations 1 400

Mersen is pleased to announce that R-TOOLS MAXX, Mersen’s next generation heat sink simulator, is now available with tube-based liquid cooling simulations. R-TOOLS MAXX is a no charge, on-line simulation software that allows users to model the optimum air or liquid cooled heat sink solution tailored to their project requirements. It is completely interactive and available online 24/7. Users can enter the boundary conditions, heat source details, and their choice of flow conditions.

 

 

DCS Moxa Unveils Next Generation Networking Switches 1 400

Moxa Inc., a leader in industrial communications and networking, announced the launch of its next-generation industrial Ethernet switches, the EDS-4000/G4000 Series. The new Series includes 68 models that will help Moxa’s customers build futureproof industrial networks to strengthen operational resilience in industrial sectors such as power, transportation, maritime, and factory automation.

 

 

MC Teledyne FLIR Expands Si124 Acoustic Imaging 1 400

Teledyne FLIR has announced the addition of FLIR Thermal Studio Software Suite to the entire family of FLIR Si124 Industrial Acoustic Imaging Cameras: the Si124, the Si124-LD, and the Si124-PD. The software integration offers Si124 users additional, advanced troubleshooting and processing features for predictive maintenance on critical components includinghigh-voltage electrical or compressed air systems, providing increased productivityand streamlined analysis.

 

 

DCS Rittal ePocket the Digital Twin Plan Pocket 1 400

The manufacturing world is familiar with thick paper folders containing equipment and system documentation inside the enclosure. From Eplan and Rittal’s point of view, such practices are no longer up to date when the data can be used digitally and centrally. The sister companies present Rittal ePocket – the digital wiring plan pocket. In terms of environmental friendliness, the new space in the cloud has the benefit of doing away with paper. In addition, operators, planners, switchgear manufacturers and maintenance staff will find it easier to work together because of the constant availability of up-to-data data.

 


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