Ethernet-Working, Low-Cost and Modular Press-Fit Control DIGIFORCE® 9310

burster PI 510 Foto (PresseBox) (Gernsbach, ) burster expands its successful product fam-ily DIGIFORCE® 9310 by an extremely well-priced, modular and independently working process controller for press-fit control processes. The new cabinet-mounted module DIGIFORCE® 9310 uses Ethernet as communica-tion medium for device parameterization and data acquisition through a host PC.

Especially in multi-channel applications in automated manufacturing cells the new cas-cadable and networking press-fit module can be employed. As usual for cabinet-mounted modules the power supply is realized with 24 VDC, thus enabling a direct sensor transmit-ter supply at both sensor channels of the DIGIFORCE® 9310. Of course also this design version offers process control via Profibus as an option. Further by now the already es-tablished standard desktop and panel meter versions are available with Ethernet inter-face.

Initially the proven and user-oriented PC software DigiControl 9310 takes over the ad-ministration of the network parameters. Then the familiar menu structure guides through the installation of device settings and evaluation criteria. Various window types as well as an intelligent envelope curve tech-nology enable a well-aimed evaluation of ap-plication specific curve courses. Besides to quality relevant presentation and analysis it is possible to generate single or cluster protocols for multi-channel applications.

The new press-fit module of the DIGIFORCE® 9310 family is ideally suitable for manufac-turing facilities caring for a visualization of measuring and test results through a host PC. The basic version of the PC software DigiControl 9310 is included in the scope of delivery so that the user obtains a well-priced and good value integrated solution, available at very short-term delivery times.


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