Ideal for Dairy, Meat and Processing Plants
Detachable Accessory for Flexible Mounting
Boasting completely new hardware with substantial upgrades, the compact and powerful FL1F SmartRelay series features a new CPU base module, new digital and analog expansion modules configurable up to 60 I/O and an improved Text Display Panel allowing configuration of twice as many lines and characters. And that’s just to start!
Along with universal voltage, built-in analog inputs, real time clock and 10 Amp relay outputs, we’ve added additional features comparable to a micro PLC. This includes an embedded RJ45 Ethernet port so users can remotely monitor, download and upload programs from a web browser. No special programming cable required! And with an embedded micro SD port, data logging is now supported and the ability to store and transfer programs couldn’t be easier.
Users want to monitor and control the SmartRelay from a smart phone and tablet? No problem. New SmartRelay Apps will be available in December for all iOS and Android devices.
Extra enhancements include the ability to network up to 16 SmartRelays over an Ethernet network, an improved LCD display, and improved Real Time Clock backup up to 480 hours.
Advantech’s Industrial Automation Group is pleased to announce the new 12” TPC-1282T touch panel computer with an Intel® 5th Generation Core i3 processor and iDoor technology. The TPC-1282T is the first to use Intel’s 5th Generation Core i3 processor which provides an additional 15% increase in speed vs. 4th generation and also refreshes graphic images 30% quicker. All of these benefits are achieved while maintaining low power consumption and enhanced reliability.
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As Industrial Ethernet networks become the backbone of communications on the plant floor, getting these networks up and running and keeping them running has a direct impact on overall plant uptime and productivity. Industrial Ethernet technologies have matured over the years and now offer many tools and technologies that aid in the commissioning, maintenance and troubleshooting of these networks. Join us as we share some of the most useful tools and technologies that help get your network up and running quickly and maximize availability to keep production at its peak:
1. How to spend less time configuring and commissioning your network
2. Best practices for maintaining your network once it is up and running
3. How to troubleshoot your network and minimize downtime
Presented by Richard Wood and Ariana Drivdahl. For over 2 decades, Rich has worked in the trenches with plant engineers and original equipment manufacturers to increase manufacturing efficiency through industrial automation solutions. He has contributed to successful implementations in automotive, semiconductor, textiles, packaging and other industries. Rich’s roots in Lean manufacturing have contributed to his belief that the smart, connected factories are the foundation of data driven process improvement. Ariana has worked in the industrial space for the past 10 years and in a variety of positions including an application engineer where she successfully helped to implement many different types of automation equipment. She has contributed to many successful communication installations with Moxa in her past 8 years including transportation, space, factory automation and many more.
Wenglor® OPT series single and multi-fiber photoelectric amplifiers are available with wide detection and working ranges that support transparent object recognition capability. The DIN rail-mountable units are equipped with NPN or PNP, push-pull, light-on/dark-on selectable outputs, a bargraph signal-strength indicator, a red LED with visible spot, and key potentiometer or teach-in pushbutton for configuration. IO-Link communication is available on select units. Available in four models, the OPT series fiber photoelectric amplifiers start at $79.00 and are IP50/IP65-rated. The OPT2042 fiber optic amplifier can have 1 to 3 fibers connected and up to 12 add-on modules plugged in for additional fibers. Also available are one-meter metal-encased glass (starting at $98.00) and two-meter cuttable plastic fiber optic cables (starting at $32.00).