Mitsubishi Electric MAPS 4 offers multi-functional SCADA platform

  MAPS 4 is a multi-functional SCADA from Mitsubishi Electric with object orientated control and visualisation software for demanding customers and applications. It provides a full life-cycle planning, management and integration platform for applications from manufacturing to infrastructure. An HMI version also exists for machine builders and customers wanting a lightweight localised control and visualisation […]

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Enabling shop-floor IoT with Schneider TeSys ecosystem

For most organisations, Industry 4 is still a moveable feast. However, manufacturers buying new equipment will expect their purchases to be IoT ready or compliant-whatever that might mean. Specifically, this poses a problem for OEMs and machine builders who prefer to standardise their control systems. Schneider Electric is addressing this by enabling shop-floor IoT using […]

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New 7″ hose-proof HMI GOT2507T from Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new hose-proof HMI for harsh and demanding applications. The GOT2507T-WTSD 7″ operator terminal offers an extended operating temperature range of -20°C to +65°C and IP67F/IP66F protection. Furthermore, it has a UV resistant screen for harsh and demanding applications. Hose-proof HMI construction The new terminal needs no additional protective measures for […]

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Schneider innovation simplifies machine IIoT connectivity

Forecasting and planning are necessary steps for a business to prepare for the future. For machine builders it can be especially difficult as they try to anticipate the needs of their customers. IIoT connectivity increases this complexity as even the customers also may not be sure what they will need at a machine level. We […]

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New 690V variable speed drives from Mitsubishi Electric

  Mitsubishi Electric has introduced a new range of high power 690V AC variable speed drives. The move is in support of industries using higher voltage motors due to the savings in capital and operating costs. Significantly, it is still classified as low-voltage and avoids moving to MV for some high-power applications. The extended 690V […]

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