GX Works3 controller software offer

  GX Works3 is the latest generation controller engineering software offered by Mitsubishi Electric. The software is customised for the MELSEC iQ-R Series control systems, offering many benefits over earlier versions. GX Works3 simplifies system design, reduces repetitive tasks, and cuts down on errors. It is easy to underestimate the importance of PLC programming software. […]

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Inverters -are you using what’s inside?

  As with many factory automation products, users see VSDs simply as a way of controlling motor speed. But have you wondered why the makers of AC inverter drives regularly reinvent their products, or how they can help you? Consider for example Mitsubishi Electric’s high-performance FR-A800 inverters. Specifically designed for precision machine control, the FR-A800 […]

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Omron S8VK | More than just a power supply

To the equipment designer a power supply is critical to machine operation. If it fails, the machine, the line or the process stop too. Overall, Omron S8VK compact power supplies offer high quality, practical designs at competitive prices By using thermal simulation for the design of the S8VK, gives the range a compact size body […]

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VSD for wind/unwind applications

  Mitsubishi’s wind/unwind inverter provides control technology for continuous roll-to-roll applications. It is for the processing of a web (sheet of a paper, film, or other material) from the unwinding roll to the winding roll. Moreover, it features stable winding and unwinding performance, and ease of start-up and adjustment. The FR-A800-R2R is a dedicated roll-to-roll […]

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Advantages of safety embedded VSDs

Machinery safety is an important issue for machine builders and machine users. They have realised that safety links to performance and brand image. Unsafe environments are damaging to a company’s reputation, decreasing its performance and its applications. Makeing safety embedded VSDs a priority when designing new machines is the message from Angela Micocci’s Schneider blog. […]

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