2061 surface mount terminal blocks with push-button actuation offer trouble-free installation and easy module replacement. Stranded conductors ranging in size from AWG 20 – AWG (16 0.5 mm2 to 1.5 mm2) can now easily be connected and removed via push-button. Solid conductors can also be inserted directly. (read more)
WAGO introduces a new variant in the 2060 Series. Stronger housing material and increased wall thickness makes the new variant particularly robust. This housing is also 1mm longer, giving the new variant mechanical stability when the integrated push-buttons are actuated. (read more)
WAGO introduces a PTC Digital Input Module (750-1425) featuring eight channels for connecting to PTC thermistors.
Up to six PTC thermistors can be connected in series per channel minimizing system footprint. (read more)
WAGO’s PFC200 Series of performance-class PLC’s is now ATEX certified for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
The PFC200 offers advanced compact, computing power in an easy to use environment for PLC programming and process visualization. (read more)
WAGO introduces a new MODBUS configurator tool for WAGO-I/O-PRO programming and visualization software. The configurator automatically sets up Master Slave connections between WAGO's 750 series MODBUS based I/O and PLCs as well as with third party devices. (read more)
The 750 XTR Series is now C-UL-US certified for Class 1, Div.2 hazardous locations in Canadian and North American markets. These certifications are in addition to existing UL508, C22.2 No.42 and Germanischer Lloyd marine GL certification. The 750 XTR Series offers a modular, compact solution for automation architectures operating in extreme environments. (read more)
WAGO’s 285-1185 terminal block is the only spring pressure terminal block on the market capable of terminating large conductors ranging from 1/0 to 350 kcmil. Featuring a lock-open function for hands free wire manipulation, push in jumper for convenient commoning and economical marking options, the 285-1185 provides vibration proof, thermal resistant, gas tight connections. (read more)
Taking the 750 series to the next level, the PFC200 line offers advanced performance class programmable controllers. Programmable in accordance with IEC 61131-3, in the WAGO-I/O-PRO development environment, the PFC200 provides an easy to use environment for PLC programming and process visualization. (read more)
WAGO Corporation’s new WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 XTR combines the successful features of the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM with expanded specifications for use in extreme environments. Reliability in extreme temperatures, vibration and shock resistance, and protection against EMC interference are the fundamental features of the XTR. (read more)
WAGO Corporation introduces the new 2061 Series SMD PCB Terminal Blocks with Pushbuttons, ideal for PCB-based LED lighting and industrial electronics. The perfect connection for incoming power to an LED driver, or for higher power LED modules, the 2061 Series accommodates a broad range of conductors, making it highly versatile for worldwide applications. (read more)
With increased domestic energy production in the U.S. (e.g., oil reserves), many new automation systems need to have the ability to operate in hazardous locations. Automation systems used in this type of environment must be able to meet the requirements of specific applications, such as hazardous location level monitoring, pressure control, valve positioning or temperature monitoring. (read more)
WAGO Corporation’s new Proportional Valve Module significantly simplifies the connection of hydraulic or pneumatic valves to the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750. Just 12 mm wide, the compact 750-632 Proportional Valve Module offers a high-performance solution with flexible valve control operation modes. (read more)
WAGO Corporation’s new 750-658 I/O module easily links CAN field devices to the 750 Series WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM. The CAN Gateway module can be used with 750 Series PLCs or couplers, providing a gateway between a CAN network and other fieldbuses, (e.g., Ethernet or Profibus) leveraging the flexibility of the fieldbus independent WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM. (read more)