A complete package for machine builders, system integrators, and end-users in printing and converting applications, Siemens’ Simotion Synchronized Drive Control (SDC) standard application solution allows more than 100 axes of motion to be engaged on system architecture.
North American users can now make full use of the benefits of a modular product, built to NEC (NFPA 70) standards, to configure common DC bus lineups and high horsepower drives, with optional UL/cUL listing.
Highly-configurable to suit a wide variety of applications, Generation II Simotics 1FK7 servomotors from Siemens feature seven shaft heights, Quick-Connect power connector, and high-accuracy 20- and 24-bit field replaceable encoders in 10 styles, all combined with a four-week lead time.
A pre-set list of integrated Simotics motor/Sinamics drive packages from Siemens Industry, Inc. allow an OEM or end-user to select the optimum solution for a variety of heavy-duty industrial motion control applications from a single source, backed by a full three-year warranty.
Siemens’ new generation of Simotion D445-2 multi-axis controllers extends the upper performance range with new features such as onboard Profinet interfaces, high-speed I/O, and with three times the performance, a single controller can support up to 128 axes of motion.
Siemens’ new single-axis Sinamics V20 drive for basic applications comes in four frame sizes covering the performance range from 1/6–20hp and is used to operate pumps, fans, compressors and conveyor systems, and features short commissioning times, easy operation, and cost and energy benefits.
See it at PACK EXPO--Booth # 4239! Siemens Sinamics S120 drive system has been expanded to include Profinet, Ethernet TCP/IP and EtherNet/IP connectivity, providing maximum flexibility for industrial Ethernet communication while offering innovative concepts for those wanting a single network for the entire plant.
Using a configurable options menu to exactly build the motor required, customers can now place an order for any first-generation Siemens SIMOTICS 1FK7 servomotor and have it drop-shipped in three weeks.
Siemens’ new generation of Simotion D445-2 multi-axis controllers has new features such as onboard Profinet interfaces, high-speed I/O, and with 3 times the performance, a single controller can support up to 128 axes of motion.
See it at PACK EXPO Booth #C-3434!
Siemens’ Sinamics® drive frequency inverter combines motion control, safety and standard tasks in a single device, reducing footprints and improving overall efficiencies.
The new Simatic® CPU 317TF-2DP controller from Siemens combines motion control, safety, and standard tasks in a single device to integrate and combine devices for the plant floor environment, reducing footprints and improving efficiencies.
Designed for all types of production machinery and machine tools, Siemens’ 1PH8 family of spindle motors are available in a power range from 2.8 kW up to 1340 kW, and combine induction and high-powered servo technologies.
The new Simatic® CPU 317TF-2DP controller from Siemens combines motion control, safety and standard tasks in a single device to integrate and combine devices for the plant floor environment, reducing footprints and improving efficiencies.
A high-inertia style servomotor from Siemens makes the control response of the new 1FK7-HI suitable for high- and variable-load inertia applications, including the feed and auxiliary axes on machine tools, as well as winders and unwinders.
Siemens’ Simatic® IPC427C compact Microbox PC and Simatic HMI IPC477C Panel PC use the Intel Core 2 Duo processor to double the computing capacity of its previous models while delivering maintenance-free, 24/7 operation in hostile environments.
Siemens Energy & Automation (Alpharetta, GA) has released the 4th generation of its Micromaster inverters. This universal drive series for AC motors from 1/6 HP to 300 HP has a new user-friendly parameter structure that simplifies installation and start-up for the basic to complex speed control applications at a commensurate price, says the manufacturer.
Siemens Energy & Automation (Alpharetta, GA) offers Simotion®, a family of products that incorporates motion control, logic, as well as temperature and pneumatic control, in a single, integrated system.
Internet-based training program for electricity and electrical products is offered by Siemens Energy & Automation (Alpharetta, GA). The electronic version of the company’s “STEP 2000” print-based training program includes selections on Basics of Electricity, Basics of Sensors, Basics of Controls Components, and others.
Intended for use with packaging machinery, the Simodrive Posmo A distributed drive system from Siemens Energy & Automation (Alpharetta, GA) is an intelligent positioning motor that resides as a node on a Profibus-DP network, receiving both power and signaling on one cable.
Siemens Energy and Automation (Alpharetta, GA) has expanded its Simatic S7-200 micro PLC product offering to include 8 CPU options, 25 digital and analog expansion modules, and more user-friendly software.
Siemens Energy & Automations Industrial Software Business Unit (Alpharetta, GA) has introduced S7-Charts, a new tool that allows users to design, develop and program flow charts for Simatic S7-300 and S7-400 PLCs and WinAC PC-based control platforms.
Siemens Energy & Automation (Alpharetta, GA) introduces the Simatic TP170A touch-panel display based on the the Microsoft Windows CE operating system, which offers “instant on” functionality and does not require a hard disk to operate.
The Industrial Software Business of Siemens Energy & Automation (Alpharetta, GA) has launched a 5-day training and certification program for its suite of Simatic software for industrial control applications.
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA), together with Siemens Credit Corp., have introduced the "Siemens Solution," a partnership that provides customized financing programs for OEMs and manufacturing operations.
Videomat IV is Siemens' (Alpharetta, GA) new compact, modular vision inspection system. Primarily used for optical quality control or as a flexible system for parts identification, it uses a 32-bit image computer to inspect up to 72ꯠ parts/hr.