Posted on April 1, 2006 - ( views)
The CP69xx Economy control panels offer a high-performance display ina robust aluminium housing. The DVI/USB function enables panels to be installed up to 50m from the PC. The in-built version of the CP69xx panel is available with 6.5, 12, 15 or 19 in TFT displays, optionally with touchscreen or touchpad, as monitor without keyboard or with different membrane keypad models. Built-in panels have a high-quality aluminium frame with IP65 protection at the front and act either as display devices for machine construction and system engineering applications, or as displays for production data acquisition. While Beckhoffâ€™s CP Link enables ranges up to 100 m, the company believes the market trend for panel applications is towards using standards such as DVI (for image transfer) and USB (for input devices). The DVI/USB extension transfers graphics signals directly via a DVI cable over a maximum distance of 50m, while the USB signal is transferred to a CAT 5 cable at the PC, extending the 5m limitation of the USB specification to a distance of up to 50 m.
New display sizes
with circular motion
Suitable for PLC and motion control applications
Measurement of voltage and current
Offers an integrated CNC solution
with flexible NOVRAM memory module
Gateway from EtherCAT to PROFINET RT
For measurement and automation
With up to 200 W outputs
The May issue features a Preview on Europe's biggest measuring technology fair, Sensor+Test 2013. This is supplemented by a Focus on Sensors, Test & Measurement that includes product news, as well as a technical article and an interesting application. Another case study highlights the use of an RFID system in a Chinese engine manufacturing plant. Furthermore, IEN Europe has an article that asks the question Is There a Future for the PLC? . Throughout the magazine, you will also find brand new products launched at the recent HANNOVER MESSE, for example a Motor Control Center for predictive maintenance.
IEN: The motto for HANNOVER MESSE 2013 will be "Integrated Industry". In what ways will this motto be reflected...