WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 Series

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  • Free Webinar – Connecting any machine to the cloud

    Secure PLC connectivity solutions Free Webinar – Register Today!  HMS offers several solutions for connecting devices and PLCs including Siemens, Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Modbus, Vipa, Mitsubishi Electric, Omron and Hitachi controllers directly to the cloud. Connecting to IoT platforms from Azure, AWS, Google and IBM are all possible with HMS gateways. With HMS, machine builders … Continue reading Free Webinar – Connecting any machine to the cloud

  • Unitronics Case Study: Gas Generators

         Learn how PLC+HMIs outperform microcontrollers without breaking the bank ErreDue manufactures gas production and purification equipment with a focus on accessibility and ease of use. ErreDue developed a new line of micro-generators for Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen generation. Although most of their competitors use microcontrollers on similar product lines, ErreDue wanted to use … Continue reading Unitronics Case Study: Gas Generators

  • Wago EXi Intrinsically Safe Modules

    We are pleased to introduce two new additions to the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 Series: the 750-539 4-channel intrinsically safe digital output module and the 750-486 4-channel intrinsically safe analog input module. Both modules are approved for wiring to devices located in hazardous zones 1/21 and 0/20 and offer diagnostics per channel indicating wire breaks and short … Continue reading Wago EXi Intrinsically Safe Modules

  • Pairing Gearheads with Servo Motors

    By Jeff Nazzaro, Parker Automation Machine designers are increasingly turning to gearheads to take advantage of the latest advances in servo motor technology. Essentially, a gearhead converts high-speed, low-torque energy into low-speed, high-torque output. A servo motor provides highly accurate positioning of its output shaft. When these two devices are paired with one another, they … Continue reading Pairing Gearheads with Servo Motors

  • Introducing the eCL Series

    Do you remember Compumotor—the original innovators of microstepping technology? Parker’s Electromechanical & Drives division was founded on that legacy, and we continue to augment our motion control line with cutting-edge products.The E Series has been Parker’s most popular stepper drive family for the last 10 years. Parker is expanding this popular family with new technology … Continue reading Introducing the eCL Series

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