PACMotion motion controller, from GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms, is part of an integrated motion and machine logic solution with the performance, flexibility and scalability required for advanced machine automation.
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms’s Proficy® Plant Applications Version 4.4 features modular and scalable applications that stand alone or work together to support installations of varying scope and size.
GE Fanuc Automation has introduced the PACSystems™ RX3i Universal Analog Input module, which offers the functionality of 4 modules in 1, reducing I/O module space requirements, decreasing the number of spare parts and inventory, and simplifying wiring and configuration.
GE Fanuc Automation has enhanced its Series 90™-30 PLC family with a new Ethernet Network Inter-face Unit (ENIU). This high-performance communications module en-ables users to connect Series 90-30 I/O over the Ethernet to a master controller through a single point of connection, helping to save configuration time and reduce overall components.
GE Fanuc Automation North America (Charlottesville, VA) releases its Cimplicity® HMI Plant Edition™ Version 6.0 software. Features VCR-like screen playback capabilities as well as view, alarm, and paging enhancements.
GE Fanuc (Charlottesville, VA) announces the Cimplicity® Safe Gold and Platinum programs. The gold program provides customers with live technical support during business hours, free version upgrades, access to a knowledge-based Web site, and service-pack enhancements.
GE Fanuc (Charlottesville, VA) has released a brochure describing OpenFactory™ CNC systems that combine the flexibility of PC hardware, Windows-based software, and third-party applications to maximize machine productivity and growth potential.
GE Fanuc (Charlottesville, VA) has announced that all of its automation devices will now support Ethernet connectivity. To address the installed base of proprietary networks at the device level, GE Fanuc will apply a fieldbus on top of an Ethernet network.
VersaPro(TM) PLC programming software for Windows(TM)-based personal computers is available from GE Fanuc Automation (Charlottesville, VA). Supports both Instruction List and Relay Ladder Diagram programming editors and provides switching capabilities between the two languages.
Cookson Plastic Molding (Latham, NY) and GE Plastics (Pittsfield, MA) have developed AdvantEDGE(TM), said to be the first pallet to meet the new National Fire Protection Assn.'s standards for industrial fire safety.