Phoenix Contact’s new EMpro measuring devices detect, monitor and analyze electrical characteristics, such as voltage, current, power, consumption, harmonics and network asymmetries, of machines and systems.
Phoenix Contact’s ValueLine industrial PCs are available in a wide range of models, screen sizes and CPU choices to match to a wide variety of automation, process visualization and control applications.
Phoenix Contact has added a new family of Electronic Monitoring Relays for single- and three-phase applications. The new 22.5mm W, DIN-rail mountable modules can be used for monitoring currents and voltages in numerous applications.
Phoenix Contact has introduced Valvetrab Compact, a DIN-rail-mountable surge protection device that measures just 12 mm per channel. Symmetrical plugs and bases provide high installation flexibility, whether power wires come from the top or the bottom.
A comprehensive line of standard function (SF) unmanaged Ethernet switches at affordable prices is now available from Phoenix Contact The fully switched Ethernet systems are priced approximately 35%-50% lower than other models and make multimode fiber/copper mixed switches available at the price levels of media converters.
Phoenix Contact’s solder-and crimp-free Subcon D-Sub connector is now available in either a 37-pin version or a high-density 15-pin version. The Subcon product family provides a way to make D-Sub cable assemblies with no hassle, which is suitable for use in field installations in uncontrolled environments.
Bayonet locking is now available with Phoenix Contact’s Heavycon-Advance rectangular plug connector housing. Heavycon-Advance is suitable for applications where the connector requires plugging and unplugging.
Phoenix Contact’s Quickon-One is a 2-piece, screwless connection system that uses integrated industrialized IDC contacts. It provides a gas-tight connection in 30 sec and eliminates the potential for lost screws on stray copper strands during the assembly process.
Phoenix Contact (Harrisburg, PA) now offers a new PID temperature controller. The IB IL Tempcon module is suitable for packaging machinery temperature control when thermal cutoff is required in forming applications. The module is designed as either a stand-alone unit or integrated into a device-level network (CanOpen, DeviceNet, Interbus, or Profibus) or Ethernet.
A line of devices that helps provide safety in packaging machinery is available from Phoenix Contact (Harrisburg, PA). The PSR safety relays are used in emergency stop circuits, safety door applications, and two-handed control systems.
The Interbus Inline product family from Phoenix Contact (Harrisburg, PA) can be used in central control cabinets or distributed terminal boxes. Interbus can integrate signal conditioning and full network communications into small, modular housings.
Phoenix Contact (Harrisburg, PA) has released Diag+ diagnostic software suitable for start-up or troubleshooting an Interbus system. Software can be easily integrated into any visualization software package, eliminating the need to create custom diagnostic code or user interfaces to display the diagnostic information, company says.
Phoenix Contact (Harrisburg, PA) has published a booklet describing its products and listing company subsidiaries and worldwide offices. Also describes a product line called Trabtech, which includes surge suppressors that can prevent transient voltage damage.
The most significant feature of the Inline family of automation (I/O) modules from Phoenix Contact (Harrisburg, PA) is the integration of signal conditioning and full network communications into small, modular housings.
The Interbus Loop from Phoenix Contact (Harrisburg, PA) uses its power supply to power I/O devices and to transmit network signals to devices. This reduces cable requirements to just two conductors that carry both power and signals.