Built-to-Order DeviceNet Stations

Wauwatosa, Wis.—Plug-and-play DeviceNet operator stations from PanelWorks LLC, a new subsidiary of Real Time Automation, allow users to: choose among Allen-Bradley, Cutler-Hammer, General Electric, or Square D oil tight operators in either 22 or 30.5 mm sizes; buy stations for two to six operators with metallic and nonmetallic enclosures; and arrange operators without creating CAD drawings.

03/01/1998


Wauwatosa, Wis. —Plug-and-play DeviceNet operator stations from PanelWorks LLC, a new subsidiary of Real Time Automation, allow users to: choose among Allen-Bradley, Cutler-Hammer, General Electric, or Square D oil tight operators in either 22 or 30.5 mm sizes; buy stations for two to six operators with metallic and nonmetallic enclosures; and arrange operators without creating CAD drawings. The stations also offer pilot lights, illuminated or nonilluminated pushbuttons; selector switches; and two-, three-, and four-position and hard-wired E-stop buttons. PanelWorks LLC also tests and configures each node for individual applications, including the baud rate, MAC-ID, and other attributes.

PanelWorks LLC , a subsidiary of Real Time Automation





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