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SIMOREG DC Master 6RA70 Series

SIMOREG DC Master 6RA70 Series Microprocessor-Based Converters from 6kW to 2500kW for Variable-Speed DC Drives 6RA7000-0MV62-0 6RA7013-6DV62-0 6RA7018-6DS22-0 6RA7018-6FS22-0 6RA7025-6DS22-0 6RA7025-6DV62-0 6RA7028-6DS22-0 6RA7028-6DV62-0 6RA7031-6DV62-0 6RA7031-6DV62-0-ZK00+S00

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The Rosemount 3300 provides reliable and cost effective level measurements in most liquid storage and monitoring applications. Guided Wave Radar technology combined with advanced signal processing and sensitivity enables the Rosemount 3300 Series to deliver both level and interface measurement data from the same transmitter.

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ABB general purpose drives ACS580, 0.75 to 500 kW
The ACS580 is an all-compatible ABB general purpose drive, offered in a range of wall-mounted drives, drive modules and cabinet-built drives.

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Ultimate flexibility – ACS800-04M variant with frame sizes R7 and R8 The ACS800-04M is similar in many respects to the frame size R7 and R8 ACS800-04, but it has even more variants available. For this reason the configuration rules are also different. In addition to the normal bookshelf mounting, the ACS800-04M also offers flat (sideways) mounting as an alternative for installations

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schneider will Industrial Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) Become Obsolete?

The faster pace of industrial business and the removal of technological constraints is inspiring some new thinking

The talk among some manufacturing industry stakeholders is that more and more hardware will begin to phase out only to be replaced by applications that do the same work in the cloud. As devices become more intelligent, software plays a bigger role. Why not move everything to the cloud? This speculation begs the question as to relevancy of hardware control devices such as PLCs in the new world of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

If observers take a step back and assess some of the changes that are taking place, they will see that the physical layer of manufacturing is not disappearing. Instead, the physical layer is transforming into different shapes, sizes, iterations, and versions depending on the business model. Although many tasks can be converted into bits and bytes, code and instructions, without some physical layer, work can’t get done.

Dr. Peter Martin,Vice President and Fellow, Schneider Electric :”If you look at traditional distributed control systems, they are based on servers and computing processes…it has nothing to do with the way the customer conducts his business.”

IIoT: A driver that shifts the emphasis to data-gathering hardware

What is new in the industrial domain is not so much the phasing out of hardware, but the scale of hardware devices that are being connected to the internet. Leading analysts such as McKinsey & Company are predicting that IoT-enabled business will grow to $10 trillion annually by 2025.

Lower smart device costs, greater standardization, more scale and a cloud back end are driving the growth of these smart devices. Along with these devices comes the corresponding large volumes of data that are being created.

So the answer to the “Are PLC’s obsolete?” question is “No”. However, the question raises the important point of how industries are addressing the challenge of an installed base of infrastructure that is now struggling to keep up with the higher speed of business.

The technology to speed of business misalignment

The speed of industrial businesses is accelerating at a rate that has never been seen in history. Take the example of electricity pricing schemes. Around 10 years ago, companies bought electricity at a fixed price for the period of a year. Today, the price of electricity changes every 15 minutes. Raw materials such as copper and natural gas are affected by these technology-aided and supply and demand-driven real-time pricing changes.

Traditional ERP systems that were designed to consolidate this type of information once a month, are now having to react to changes hundreds of times per month. The result of this technology to business misalignment is a significant lack of control over profitability. In essence, control systems that were originally put into place for logic control, and then later for process control, now need to be modified in order to execute profitability control.

Industrial automation suppliers have based their technologies, such as PLCs, on architectures that were developed 40 years ago. These solutions were designed around technology constraints and were not based on how manufacturers conducted their business. As a result, important business drivers, such as profitability were not as efficient as they could have been. New technologies have now removed the technological constraints. Many of the older architectures, for instance, were limited in their use of communications networks. Those which did leverage communications supported closed and proprietary systems. Modern architectures accommodate open Ethernet with Ethernet IP and Modbus TCP/IP protocols that coexist within the same network. Today’s architectures are transparent and allow industrial devices from multiple manufacturers to exchange and provide information without the need for bridges or protocol converters.

Dr. Peter Martin, Vice President and Fellow, Schneider Electric “We are now approaching the point where the technology does not constrain what the design of the system is.”


Schneider ATV61 AC Inverters Schneider Electric

Schneider ATV61 AC is the standard frequency inverter uses a diode rectifier on the input to generate dc voltage. Due to this rectifier the mains input current gets harmonics which lead to a voltage distortion of the supplying

ATV71 AC Inver


The Altivar 71 inverter / variable speed drive series from Schneider Electric is a high-end AC drive for constant torque applications using three-phase motors from 0.37kW to 400kW at 380/460 VAC.

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Schneider Modicon PLC, PAC and Dedicated Controllers

Schneider Modicon PLC upgrade and migration solutions preserve your automation hardware and software investment, whether you are starting from our legacy Modicon, SquareD, Telemecanique PLCs or from many third-party platforms.

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Schneider Quantum PLC the Modicon Quantum PLC

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SCHNEIDER Altivar Process ATV600 drive ATV650D37N4 37kW

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Schneider 7 inch wide screen HMIGXU3512 LCD touch screen

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SCHNEIDER Altivar Process ATV600 Variable speed drive ATV630C31N4

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SIEMENS Variable speed drive, Altivar Machine ATV320U04N4C 0.37KW

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SCHNEIDER Altivar 61 Variable speed drive ATV61HD11N4 11KW

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