SPS IPC Drives Hall 3C, Stand 430
Rittal presents his new one VX25 as the first control cabinet system fully developed along the requirements for increased productivity and those of Industry 4.0. A significant increase in productivity is predicted by integrated solutions with software tools and data as well as the new wire terminal for fully automatic wire packaging.
The control cabinet specialist has consistently thought beyond the scope of individual products into the value added chain of control and switchgear engineering. In the development of the VX25 cabinet system, the intensive dialogue with the user played the decisive role. From a large-scale, scientifically-based usability study at control and switchgear manufacturers in Germany, USA and China, 150's concrete requirements for the control cabinet of the future emerged. These were supplemented by the findings of the also involved customer advisory board.
The VX25 has succeeded in preserving all the important and market-established product features of the previous, worldwide TS 8 standard, as well as integrating a multitude of functions. Never before has a control cabinet system been systematically developed for maximum user benefit.
The key features of the VX25 are reduced complexity, time savings and security during assembly, as well as maximum data quality and data consistency. The large cabinet can also be used for extreme requirements and is available in a stainless steel and Nema 4X version.