Suited for solid-state lighting applications that often utilize metal-core PCBs, including compact or miniaturized LED modules and LED bulbs, Wago’s 2059 SMT PCB terminal blocks series offer an extremely small (2.7 mm high), fast, cost-effective alternative to soldering leads.
Suitable for PCB-based LED lighting and industrial electronics, Wago’s 2061 Series SMD PCB Terminal Blocks with Pushbuttons provide connection for incoming power to an LED driver, or for higher power LED modules, and accommodates a broad range of conductors.
Wago’s JUMPFLEX line of signal conditioners and relays includes the new 857-809 potentiometer signal conditioner, which offers conversion of a potentiometer signal to a variety of standard analog signal types as well as a convenient and economical option for programming and monitoring.
Wago Corporation's new 2007 Series TOPJOBS current transformer disconnect terminal blocks simplify current transformer testing, and increase safety within power monitoring applications with an intuitive orange three-position (Operating, Shorting and Measuring) disconnect lever.
Able to print 100 terminal block markers in 10.7 seconds, Wago’s new Thermal Transfer smartPRINTER marks WMB markers, exclusive Continuous Marking Strips, wire/cable markers, push-button plates, and adhesive labels.
Designed for harsh-environment motion control applications that may not have enclosures, Wago’s IP67 SPEEDWAY 767-1311 machine-mount Fieldbus Coupler links the fieldbus level to the Sercos V1.2 real-time Ethernet fieldbus system, supporting all Sercos cycle times, and integrating into a Sercos system via Standardized Sercos Profiles and Device Description (SDDML).
Wago’s 2734 Series MCS-MINI MultiConnection System female connectors use high-visibility, contrasting push-buttons (orange on white or white on orange) to simplify handling of all conductors AWG 24–14.
Six new Dedicated Signal Conditioners added to Wago's JUMPFLEX® 857 Series Signal Conditioner and Relay family support focused applications requiring conversion, isolation and/or amplification of just 1 signal type.
WAGO Corporation’s “free” add-on instructions for Allen-Bradley® RS-Logix™ 5000 allowsAllen-Bradley PLC users to easily implement control logic that supports the functionality of WAGO-IO-System distributed I/O modules.
Wago now offers its 750 Series Wago-I/O System in extended temperature ranges of -20[deg]C to +60[deg]C (-4[deg]F to +140[deg]F). Conformal coating of the PCBs contributes to the extended temperature I/O offering, which has a growing list of more than 20 different part numbers.
The Wago-I/O System from Wago Corp. has been expanded to offer pluggable connectors for I/O module wiring. This new series, designated the 753 Series, means customers can now pre-manufacture wiring harnesses using the 753 Series Connectors and simply plug them into the 753 Series I/O modules; a variety of both analog, digital, and special-function modules are available.
Wago’s new system integrator program, the WAGO Solution program, meets the need of system integrators, end users, and OEMs alike. In addition to complete access to the Wago product offering, direct sales force, and application engineers, WAGO Solution Providers receive a variety of tools at their disposal such as free training, software and upgrades, sales leads and referrals, Solution Provider terms and conditions, discounted demo hardware, and marketing support.
Wago has debuted its 759-333 WAGO-IO-PRO CAA software for Wago Programmable Fieldbus Controllers and 758 Series Industrial PCs. It offers visual elements, complete offline simulation, and editors for programming in 6 languages including ladder diagram and structured text.
The WAGO-I/O-IPC 758 Series Industrial PC from Wago Corp. integrates all standard PC functions including network and fieldbus interfaces. The 266 MHz Pentium-processor-powered unit with Linux or Microsoft Windows-based operating system permits decentralized control, subnetworking with popular fieldbuses, as well as recording, analyzing, and measuring data.
Wago and Advanced Production Systems offer customers a method of linking business systems to the plant floor without programming. Real-time data can be sent directly from plant floor control devices to information systems such as ERP systems, databases, emails, printers, and serial devices.
InstantHM® software interface from Wago (Germantown, WI) converts Palm or Pocket PC handheld into a powerful yet simple human machine interface. Helps engineers and technical managers with diagnostics, troubleshooting, configuration, and data logging.
The Wago (Germantown, WI) Ethernet programmable fieldbus controller connects packaging machinery on the plant floor to a MES or ERP system. E-mail updates of production counts or alarm conditions can be easily communicated to a remote workstation, a cell phone, or even a pager, allowing users to keep current with real-time factory floor conditions.
A 2-amp/24-vDC power supply unit from Wago (Germantown, WI) has an output power of 48 W. New version is an addition to the DIN rail-mountable switch-mode power supplies already available, including 120-W and 240-W models.
Wago’s (Germantown, WI) newest version of ProServe Software, Version 2.5, now features expanded functionality of the Smart Designer for custom rail assembly, allowing customers to design, mark, document, and test their own rail-mounted terminal block assemblies.
The 290 Series Fit Clamp™ from WAGO (Germantown, WI) offers an Insulation Displacement Connection (IDC) within a terminal block. The front-entry Fit Clamp terminal blocks are actuated by simply introducing a wire, inserting a screwdriver and sliding the Fit Clamp toward the wire.