Servodrives On Devicenet

Oct. 26, 2006
The Compax3 family of industrial highperformance, all-digital servodrives now comes with a DeviceNet fieldbus option.

The DeviceNet connection makes it possible to send information between drives, PLCs, PCs, and other automation devices, including sensors, operator interfaces, switches, and pneumatic valve manifolds. The new option is available on the T11, T30, and T40 technology levels. DeviceNet lets the Compax3 integrate into an Allen-Bradley PLC control system or with any other DeviceNet master.

Parker Electromechanical Automation, 5500 Business Park Dr., Rohnert Park, CA 94928, (800) 358-9068,

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