CAMILLE BAUER

SINEAX DM5: The next generation of transducers Universal heavy current technology with maximum precision

The SINEAX DM5 series of devices are programmable universal measurement instruments for heavy current networks: classic high precision transducers for top hat rail mounting, they are suitable for almost any type of monitoring function and as well as for retrofitting in energy distribution and industry.

Delta Electronics

Delta’s Smart and Energy-Efficient Solutions for EV Charging and Energy Storage Showcased at eMove360° Europe 2017

Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced today it is showcasing the smart and energy-saving capabilities of its integrated solutions for electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy storage at eMove360° Europe 2017 from October 17 to 19. Key highlights from our portfolio include the superior 150kW DC Ultra Fast EV Charger, a system offering a modular, scalable power architecture and the ability to charger 4 EVs simultaneously; a Charge Point Operator Back Office system to enable comprehensive management of EV charging infrastructure; as well as the new EV Power Bank, designed to enhance the efficiency of EV charging sites complete our solutions portfolio at the event

Norelem

Design engineering resource updated to include 38,000 solutions

A must-have resource for engineers has been updated to include up to 38,000 standard components, useful for machine building, toolmaking, mechanical engineering, and automation applications.

Advantech

Advantech Wins “ROI Industry 4.0 Award China” for Its Digital Factory

Global Intelligent Systems leader Advantech (2395.TW) received an award from ROI Management Consulting for its Industry 4.0-compliant digital factory. The “ROI Industry 4.0 Award China” was given to Advantech at the awards ceremony in Shanghai on 17 October to honor its Industry 4.0 achievements as a pioneer in the practical implementation of “real-time equipment and resource monitoring.”

Leuze

Global availability of information in the context of Industry 4.0

The core business of Industry 4.0 is to make information available from diverse sources and to link this information. Initially the origin of the information should be differentiated. This can be achieved by applying the automation pyramid or the RAMI model 4.0 as orientation: On the one hand this provides information, which has been generated on the field or control level. On the other hand it supplies information, which is managed centrally, e.g. in ERP systems. In this instance it is essential to observe that the information to be linked is not only necessarily available within a company, but has to be exchanged outside corporate boundaries. The added values and business models, which are discussed in the context of Industry 4.0, primarily stem from the fact that information is "collected" from different sources to the field level and is linked to centrally available information, to acquire new knowledge.

Leuze

Reliable detection of objects and fill levels

Whether solid, liquid or granular – capacitive sensors are able to detect a multitude of different objects in a contactless and reactionless manner regardless of their material and shape. With its portfolio of optoelectronic and inductive switches, which now includes capacitive proximity switches, Leuze electronic can provide users with complete solutions for virtually all detection requirements in automation from a single source.

Fluke Process Instruments

High-resolution pyrometers with rugged remote sensor head

Fluke Process Instruments expands the Endurance pyrometer series by models with a remote sensing head that tolerates ambient temperatures up to 315 °C.

Sigmatek

Wireless, Multi

touch & Safety Functions: The HGW 1033

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