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Communication building blocks for the networked factory

harting1018Electronica Hall C2, booth 548

The cable-based communication in rail vehicles growing in the face of WiFi usage, passenger information systems, and additional sensors and assemblies for electronic monitoring and control. The new "Han" gigabit module from Harting allows the Cat. 7A transmission in the car transition area and offers advantages for noise immunity and frequency range.

mitsubishi70918SPS IPC Drives Hall 7, 391 Stand

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How far the coordination of production and MES / ERP world on the way to the industry 4.0 is already realizable, shows the common IoT solution of SAP and Mitsubishi Electric, Customers of the automation specialist can directly contact the cloud platform of the eF @ ctory Alliance Partners connect SAP.

minebea10818technical articles

No matter in which area, be it in the industry, consumer electronics, smart cities or smart homes, the term IoT has long been around. The use of the term has risen inflationary. But what are we talking about? Minebea Mitsumi leads through the jungle of the terminology of the Internet of Things..

eks0818Security hall 6, booth G90

EKS angel shows the new outdoor cabling system "Pe-light". It can be used to connect IP-capable end devices such as surveillance cameras, WLAN access points or digital traffic displays to Ethernet networks via single or multimode fibers over distances of up to 30 km.

mitsubishi0718The open industrial Ethernet protocol CC-Link IE supports gigabit data rates. The newest member of this network family, CC-Link IE Field Basic, enables the connection of automation components via the 100-Mbit Ethernet port without hardware modifications. With compatible products and solutions Mitsubishi Electric the advantages of networking even for smaller applications and installations close to the field device.

steute0718With the Sensor Bridge Steute represents a new and central component for the Radio network "Swave-NET" in front. As a classic middleware, this software interface processes all messages received by the radio switching devices and sensors in the field and bundled by the access points. These messages pass on the Sensor Bridge to the registered applications.

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