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Integrated wireless switches and sensors

Now that wireless switching devices have become well established in industry, the next development step is already upon us: wireless networks are facilitating the integration of multiple remote control switches and sensors in superordinate IT systems. The main application field is currently intralogistics.

Source: Elektrotechnik (04/2018)
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New freedoms

A short overview of wireless switchgear applications in the process industry shows: the reasons for using wireless switchgear vary tremendously. Users can choose between different wireless switch types and different wireless technologies.

Source: Verfahrenstechnik (04/2018)
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(Wireless) safety foot switches for metal forming

Remote control switches can be used in many ways in machines for metal forming, as demonstrated by three different examples. Wireless technology increases ergonomic comfort when operating press brakes and swing-folding machines, and it also plays a role in some new and unusual automation concepts.

Source: SPS-Magazin (04/2018)
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Wireless sensor networks

To date, point-to-point connections with cable-free sensors were the status quo on machine and plant parts which are moving or difficult to access. New wireless networks now connect hundreds of sensors to superordinate IT systems via access points.

Source: computer-automation (03/2018)
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Dust risk eliminated

The conditions for switchgear in the processing or manufacturing of powders, pellets and other bulk goods are often adverse: regulations for dust explosion protection often apply, while dust pollution is often so great that conventional switching devices would have severely limited lifetimes.

Source: Chemie Technik (03/2018)
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