Bosch Rexroth, EPLAN, Murrelektronik, PILZ, Rittal and WAGO, six prominent companies in automation and advanced manufacturing, based in Canada with their headquarters in Germany, are hosting Canada’s second series of German Technology Days which will be a virtual event this year.
WAGO has announced that its latest line of Ethernet/IP couplers (750-363) and PLCs (750-823/750-893) have passed the ODVA EtherNet/IP conformance tests. ODVA’s conformance testing provides assurance that products built to the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) Network specifications comply with those specifications.
WAGO Canada has added two Generation 2 PFC200 PLC controllers along with two Generation 4 Ethernet based couplers to its XTR line of products. The new devices are designed to work in the harshest environments and provide solid performance in extreme conditions.
Last month, EPLAN, PILZ, Rittal and WAGO, four companies dedicated to automation and advanced manufacturing, based in Canada with their headquarters in Germany, hosted Canada’s inaugural German Technology Days.
WAGO 221 Series LEVER-NUTS splicing connectors obtain AEx (class 1, zone 1) rating when used in conjunction with the mounting carrier, which can either be clamped onto a DIN rail or screwed tightly to any smooth surface.
WAGO’s smartDESIGNER software has updated to a HTML5 version. With this updated version of the software, users can create complete custom assemblies and streamline their design process.