Phoenix Contact: Starter kit – AXC F 2152 STARTERKIT – 1046568

November 15, 2018

Would you like to try out the operating principle, handling, and high performance of PLCnext Technology in a small-scale application first? Phoenix Contact can provide you with a starter kit for this, complete with pre-installed components for your test applications.
Upon ordering the starter kit, you will receive one year’s exclusive free access to the Phoenix Contact PROFICLOUD. This will give you an opportunity to discover all the benefits of professional cloud solutions, in addition to the new open control platform.

Your advantages

  • PLC-typical real-time performance and data consistency, also for high-level languages and model-based code
  • Limitless adaptation capabilities, thanks to the quick and easy integration of open-source software, apps, and future technologies
  • Intelligent networking, thanks to cloud connection and the integration of current and future communication standards
  • Quick application development: several developers work independently in different programming languages
  • Convenient engineering with your favorite programming tools

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