Automate production systems in an integrated way with multiple protection classes
The growing decentralisation in automation requires more and more flexible solutions. The signal connection is established close to the sensors and actuators, meaning that fewer lines are required and less wiring work needs to be carried out. However, as it is not usually possible to establish pure IP67 connections, IP20 systems are still needed to be integrated.
With u-remote, you can now establish both IP20 and IP67 signal connections within a single I/O system. The innovative gateway module that allows for the direct connection of up to 15 I/O modules in the field means that separate and expensive IP67 fieldbus components become redundant. This tangibly increases the flexibility.
Direct connection of IP 67 I/O modules to the IP 20 I/O system
Money-saving solution with simple project planning, increased versatility and additional diagnostic tools. Up to 120 signals from the field can be connected using just 11.5 mm of space in the control cabinet, which helps to free up plenty of space.
120 sensors on a mere 11.5 mm
15 subbus modules with a total cable length of up to 50 m can be connected on an IP20 gateway measuring a mere 11.5 mm wide. This is a feature that’s completely unique to u-remote. This innovative solution means that there’s no need for expensive IP67 fieldbus gateways for applications with field and switching panel installations.
Just switch on and go!
Automatic addressing ensures that the subbus modules are immediately detected after switch-on. Modular device master files make for simple project planning.
Ready for operation earlier on
The more consistent web server display for IP20 and IP67 modules makes it easier to carry out parameterisation, input and output simulation and system diagnostics.
The space-saving modules that make up our IP67 system allow for installation in even the smallest of spaces. One unique feature is that the extremely light modules can be fitted in two different directions – which is perfect on moving parts of your application..