SPS hall 9, booth 401
EKS angel introduces the new Managed Gigabit switch "E-Light-4G-M", which was especially developed for industrial and building automation, intelligent transport systems and smart city applications. As it is only 30 mm wide, this switch, which supports Profinet and is prepared for TSN, enables a high packing density in the control cabinet, thus reducing operating costs.
FMB Hall 20, Stand B22
Pepperl + Fuchs Focuses on the expansion of the IO-Link portfolio: For applications with tight installation conditions, the IO-Link Master of the ICE1 series will in future also be available in an 30 mm slim housing. Benefits such as multi-protocol, M12 power connector and web server functionality are still available to the user.
Motek Hall 7, 7217 Stand
Transparency and advance planning in the material flow can only be put into practice through a seamless flow of information. This, in turn, does not succeed with purely wired communication because the end products and intermediates are in motion. That's why Steute has "Nexy "a wireless network solution which transfers sensor data to the Internet of Things (IoT) or other higher-level IT systems.
EKS angel makes with his new version of the Outdoor fiber optic cabling system "PE-Light"The networking of IP-capable devices with gigabit speed and high-power PoE possible. The system can be mounted in metal light poles. The centerpiece is a managed switch that can be managed via a web-based user interface.
2016 has the AIM-D Association in cooperation with the OPC Foundation, released a new communication standard for Auto ID devices. At the last SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg it became clear that this standard is accepted by many device manufacturers and their users across the entire Auto ID range. Harting was in the boat right from the start.
A few years ago, Profinet made the leap into the age of Ethernet-based communication. The video of Indu-Sol shows how the transition from Profibus to Profinet succeeds smoothly and a stable network operation can be guaranteed from the first telegram.