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次へいく:Wireless

Kanban 4.0 – remote control - Wireless networks in production and intralogistics

"Pull not push" is the principle according to which Kanban systems manage replenishment, e.g. at assembly workstations. The Kanban card system became established decades ago and has recently been "electronified". Sensors register when containers and racks need replenishing. This is particularly easy if special sensors are used which can communicate via a wireless network.

Source: Der Betriebsleiter (7-8/2018)
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次へいく:Wireless

Safety foot switches - remote control enabling

Press brakes and other forming machines are often operated using a safety foot switch. For such applications special switching inserts exist. Ergonomic comfort and operational safety can be improved by using remote control enabling foot switches with safety-related wireless technology.

Source: A&D (7+8/2018)
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次へいく:Wireless

Uninterrupted communication - Network-compatible sensors for intralogistics

E-Kanban, AGV fleets and paper-free consignments: these are all typical applica-tions for wireless switches and sensors. In intralogistics applications, such switches and sensors are often integrated in flexibly configurable wireless net-works. A "sensor bridge" facilitates simple connection to the superordinate IT infrastructure, permitting uninterrupted communication paths from the shop floor to the material flow management or ERP system.

Source: Hebezeuge Fördermittel (06/2018)
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次へいく:Extreme

Correct positioning of all valves

Electromechanically or with sensors, by remote control or using cables, in subzero temperatures, in gas Ex zones or in sterile areas – valve positions can be monitored in many different ways and in many different environments.

Source: P&A (05/2018)
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次へいく:Wireless

Wireless is nothing to be afraid of

Wireless switching devices represent an alternative to cabled devices. Which applications are they suited to and what should engineers remember when using them? Andreas Schenk, Product Manager Wireless at steute Schaltgeräte GmbH & Co KG provides the answers.

Source: konstruktions praxis (04/2018)
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