Controller for logic and motion needs no cooling
Suiting decentralised control cabinets, Lenze has upgraded its 3200C controller platform. The performance of the new DIN rail mounted motion control units has been boosted with new processors. Up to double the processing speed means more computing power for the control of more co-ordinated axes, for example robot cells. Because the new controllers use less current than before, heat losses are minimal so the control cabinets can be made without expensive cooling systems.
The 3200C platform is a range of controllers for PLC logic, motion and visualisation. Dimensions are compact suiting DIN rail mounting and I/O modules are available to plug directly to the side. The Intel Atom processors run at a frequency of 1.91GHz allowing faster processing of more complex motion systems. However the extra performance comes without any increase in costs.
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