Ifm Efector Type 4 Safety Curtain
Type 4 light curtains provide a multi-beam array of infrared light. If any of the beams are blocked by an object, such as a finger or a hand, the light curtain signals the machine to a safe state.
Lightened Loads for Diverse Automation Users
Fori Automation''s AGVs and Integrated Systems Meet Automotive, Aerospace and Other Requirements With Care and Global Planning
WEG Electric CFW100 Mini Drive
The CFW100 is a single-phase variable speed drive designed with OEM's and end users in mind.
Mitsubishi Electric FX3S Battery-Less PLC
FX3S battery-less PLC for space- and cost-conscious applications requiring up to 30 I/O includes integrated ac power supply, maintenance-free EEPROM memory, and built-in USB port for the programming communication function.
B&B Electronics iMcV-10G-Converter SFP+ Media Converter
McV-10G-Converter SFP+ media converter is a small, pluggable (SFP+) modular device to connect high-bandwidth network segments running different fiber types to extend the overall network's distance.
Turck FEN20I/O In-Cabinet, Block I/O Stations
FEN20 I/O in-cabinet, block I/O stations make digital I/O suitable for industrial Ethernet layers such as EtherNet/?IP, Profinet or Modbus TCP.
Moxa AmericasMGate 5105-MB-EIP
MGate 5105-MB-EIP is an industrial Ethernet gateway for Modbus RTU/ASCII/TCP and EtherNet/IP network communication. It can be used as a Modbus master or slave to collect data and exchange data with EtherNet/IP devices.
WEG Electric Introduces the CFW100 Mini Drive
Programing is easy with the built in keypad that monitors two different parameters at the same time along with operation status, alarms and faults.
Fast 2014 Start for NA Robotics
A record 14,135 robots, valued at $788 million were ordered from North American robotics companies in the first half of 2014, an increase of 30% in units and 16% in revenue over the same period in 2013.
Manufacturing Technology Orders Down in May 2014Stories 1 - 10 of 1117
Expectations for the 2014 manufacturing technology market were for a soft first half of the year, followed by a stronger second half. The fluctuations seen in the past few months are on track with forecasts, and all indications are that U.S. manufacturing activity is and will remain strong