A-B Micro850 & Enhanced Micro830 controllers permitting up to three (3) axes of motion control.
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Here is a link to Rockwell Automation’s ‘The JOURNAL’ with information about ODVA’s guidlines to securing Ethernet/IP networks.
Addressing the responsibility of Arc Flash Safety from an End-User perspective, now there is a push to add that responsibility to the OEM.
Demonstrated at the 2011 Rockwell Automation Fair.
Rockwell Automation named to the ‘First Team’ in “Automation World’s” 2011 Leadership in Automation Program.
Manufacturing facilities facing an upgrade of the controls networks need to look to EtherNet/IP and OEMs need to have this option readily available, if not standard, to keep a competitive edge.
Check out the article on Automation.com – “EtherNet/IP Usage Grows”
Rockwell Automation has introduced a new, stand-alone, controller under its ‘nano / micro’ controller – targeting fewer than 48 I/O points. Part of their Connected Components line, not designed to work with Integrated Architecture and Logix software.
Utilizing their “Connected Components Workbench” software to configuration / programming in ladder diagram, function block, or structured text.
Check out this article at Automation.com – click here
Get additional information directly from Rockwell Automation / Allen-Bradley – click here
Ethernet as an industrial communications network is main stream and the positive effects with equipment builders.