We have exciting news to share from TR Electronic. They are the first and only coder manufacturer to offer an CIP hollow shaft safety encoder. In addition it is the smallest on the market. Super interesting for Rockwell plc users. You can now get the speed or position of an axis directly from an encoder on your safety network. The encoder meets the safety certification SIL3 (PLe) or SIL2 (PLd). The complete redundancy of the system is provided by two independent absolute coder cores in a single 58 mm case. An additional incremental output is available (HTL, TTL or analog Sin/ Cos). Fully configurable via the Ethernet/IP protocol. Thanks to the CIPsafety Protocol for on-the-fly programming of angular velocity calculation, entry/exit ratio and coder’s preset position values will be available at the PLC
LinMot introduces new stainless steel actuators. The new generation features a new, more compact design that improves heat dissipation. The new approach increases the power, decreases the mass of the units and eliminates the use of liquid cooling. The new Linear Motors is an addition to the current range to make one of the best IP69K offerings on the market 😎
In addition a Guided version is available, with more rigidity than the original version thanks to the larger guide. The shaft are hollow so the weight and inertia remains low.
It is also possible to combine the units to produce a complete Pick and Place solution ideal for applications with wash down
(Meat, Chicken, Dairy Products, Pharmaceuticals)
Please contact us for a presentation on new Linmot products or a quotation
The new BSP safety insulation switch offers options to make the lockout faster and safer. They are available with built-in test points and voltage display LED on the load and line side that allow a safe voltage check without having to open the door. This reduces the amount of personal protective equipment required and reduces the likelihood of contact with tension to reduce Arc Flash risk.
Redundant LED option on the Line or Load side
Load Side Test Point Option
Version 30, 60, 100, 200, 400 and 600 amps available
Bonitron offers different product to support your Ac Drive applications that require braking like, hoist , descending conveyors, escalators and other similar applications. The industry generally uses transistors and braking resistance, but this solution gets your energy converted to heat. This has two effects, the loss of energy and the increased need for air conditioning. The other option is to use a regeneration module that will re-inject energy onto the plant grid. This module is compatible with all drive that has a connection on their DC buses.
Attached is a video about the product
For more information or a quote please contact one of our distributors or Prosynergic
You are working on an automation project and you have several wires going into your panel, well the KDP series can help save you a huge amount of time besides making your life easier. Conventional cable glands need one hole per wire while the KDP only needs one for the cable assembly. It is possible to install them only by pushing it and the self-locking clips hook onto the panel or by using a nut to secure them in place. In addition to saving on drilling you save on the installation of your cables because you only have to push on your cable to obtain an Ip65 seal and no dismantling of parts for installation. See the attached video to understand how Murrplastik can save you a lot of time 😎
For more details or a quote please contact Prosynergic
You are looking for a solution that can reduce the clutter of your servo solution ? Stober offers Servo Gear Motor compatible with the big brands of Servo such as Rockwell or Siemens and can allow you to reduce on average by 45% the space dedicated to the duo gear and motor . Removing the coupling and input seal allows for colder operation and less inertia. In addition you have no mechanical assembly to do. Save on your mechanical design because the same mechanical assembly can work with Rockwell and Siemens so you can meet the market demand with a universal design. You win on every level. Less Part , better performance and less assembly time it sounds like a very good proposition 😊
Do you have critical applications that can’t be interrupted or voltage variations that cause your drive to trip ? For example, the time it takes for the generator to switch from the Hydro voltage to the generator may be long enough to trigger a fault on your drive or your plant is at the end of the line and the voltage fluctuates and trip the drive.Bonitron is a name to remember in those situation they manufactures multiple solution. They have units called UPD. Like a Ups these units take over during power outage but provide only DC energy. The AC Drive have already a power converter so it is not necessary and much more efficient to not do the conversion 2 time . The result is a more reliable and more price effective solution than a UPS. Also as the solution is parallel it does not prevent your Drive from working if the UPS has issue.
If your voltage interruptions are short. There is also a solution based on capacitors that will be plugged in parallel to the DC Bus of your Drive. This additional capacity allows energy to be stored to overcome the problems of voltage variation.
Your Drive can also trip on over voltage, which is normally due to regeneration of your motor when it is being tracked by the load. The generator effect of your motor inflates your DC bus and the drive trip to protect itself. It is then necessary to precede to deflate the DC bus by consuming the excess energy. Option 1, use resistance to burn energy or Option 2 returns this surplus on the power line. The greener solution is regeneration, because the energy is not wasted in heat but rather returned so that other load can consume it. There are accessories on the market to create a common DC Bus with multiple drive , this way an accelerating drive can consume the current of another drive in deceleration. This common bus solution will reduce the size of the regeneration unit in addition to limited to one unit per group of drive . The beauty of the solution , it can be done with regular of the shelf drive , all you need is a connection to the DC bus of the drive.
Another interesting option is for cycle loads, which go from motor to generator state constantly. Like an oil pump jack. When the pump goes up it consumes power when it comes down it regenerates. Capacitors can then be installed to store during the descent and provide energy to the climb.