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B&R Power panel PP65
The PP65 is especially suitable for multi-axis applications that require lots of computing power, but only have limited space in the switching cabinet.
Microscan Elec-trol presents: The New Quadrus MINI Velocity from Microscan, the world's fastest mini imager
The Quadrus MINI Velocity reads up to 45 codes per second, in applications moving at speeds up to 100 inches per second (254 cm/sec). With real-time autofocus, the Velocity is the ideal solution for any dynamic data tracking application.
Microscan Elec-trol presents: Microscan’s MS-3 Family of Small Scanners
Designed for embedded applications, the MS-3 series meets demanding space and budget requirements, while offering an exceptional feature-set. The MS-3 series provides exceptional versatility in size and functionality.
Galil Elec-trol presents: The DMC-40x0 is a full-featured motion controller, packaged with optional multi-axis drives in a compact, metal enclosure. The unit operates stand-alone or interfaces to a PC with Ethernet 10/100Base-T or RS232. The controller includes optically isolated I/O, high-power outputs capable of driving brakes or relays, and analog inputs for interfacing to analog sensors.
Elec-trol presents: Contrinex technology
Founded in 1972, Contrinex fabricates inductive proximity sensors
and photoelectric switches, distributed in more than 40 countries.
Contrinex specializes in the production of high quality products that respond to the highest demands in the industry
Contrinex Elec-trol presents: Contrinex all-metal M8 proximity switches
These all metal M8 proximity switches are extremely rugged with one-piece housing of corrosion-resistant
stainless steel INOX (V2A). These sensors also offer a mechanical resistance, exceptional chemical and pressure resistance to depths up to 100 bar.
RFID, Inc. Elec-trol presents: The Extend-a-Read by RFID, Inc.
The Extend-a-Read product is based on 433 MHz active (battery powered) anti-collision (ready many simultaneously) tags.
Tags simply emit a data signal every 1.8 to 2.2 seconds, which is picked up by the Reader.