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  • Mouser Electronics Promotes FPGA Vision Webcast for Intel and Its Programmable Solutions Group
    Mouser Electronics Promotes FPGA Vision Webcast for Intel and Its Programmable Solutions Group
    • February 24, 2024

    Feb. 22, 2023 - Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry's leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor, invites its customers to join the Intel FPGA Vision Webcast hosted by Intel Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) CEO Sandra Rivera and COO Shannon Poulin. The free webcast, broadcast in English, will be available in various time zones with local language subtitles on Feb. 29, March 1 and March 4, 2024. To register, visit the website. Intel has announced its intent to operate its Programmable Solutions Group (PSG), which handles the design and manufacture of Intel FPGAs, as a standalone business. Mouser is a global authorized distributor for Intel FPGAs and other products. The webcast will unveil new enablement tools and show demos on performance, power, and flexibility challenges for next-generation designs across many industries. The discussion will include how the latest AI challenges across industries are solved by Intel Agilex FPGAs. Attendees will learn more about PSG's transformation into an independent FPGA manufacturer and how it will accelerate industry innovation. As an authorized global distributor for Intel, Mouser will continue to offer the company's innovative technologies, including the new Intel PSG brand and products such as the Arria 10 FPGAs, Cyclone V FPGAs, and the Stratix V GX and Agilex F-Series FPGA development kits. To learn more about Intel products available from Mouser, visit the website. As a global authorized distributor, Mouser offers the widest selection of the newest semiconductors, electronic components and industrial automation products. Mouser's customers can expect 100% certified, genuine products that are fully traceable from each of its manufacturer partners. To help speed customers' designs, Mouser's website hosts an extensive library of technical resources, including a Technical Resource Center, along with product data sheets, supplier-specific reference designs, application notes, technical design information, engineering tools and other helpful information. Engineers can stay abreast of today's exciting product, technology and application news through Mouser's complimentary e-newsletter. Mouser's email news and reference subscriptions are customizable to the unique and changing project needs of customers and subscribers. No other distributor gives engineers this much customization and control over the information they receive. Learn about emerging technologies, product trends and more by signing up. You May Interested More Items SIEMENS WESTINGHOUSE SCHNEIDER BENTLY NEVADA 6DS1124-8AA 5X00121G01 140NOE77100 125680-01 6DS1211-8AA 5X00300G01 990XCP98000 125840-02 6DS1213-8AA 5X00419G01 140ACI05100SC 133819-01 6DS1220-8AA IC31224G01 140CPS11410 136188-02 6DS1222-8BA 1P00028G01 TSXMFPP004M 140471-01 6DS1223-8AA 5X00070G04 140CPU67060 149992-01 6DS1300-8AB 5X00109G02 140AII33010 172103-...

  • Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. to Exhibit in Booth #S-10147 at AHR Expo 2024 in Chicago, Illinois
    Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. to Exhibit in Booth #S-10147 at AHR Expo 2024 in Chicago, Illinois
    • January 06, 2024

    Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. is proud to be in attendance at the AHR Expo 2024! Mitsubishi Electric has been demonstrating at AHR for almost 2 decades as one of the leaders in the HVAC industry. The AHR Expo this year will be held at the McCormick Place in Chicago, IL to showcase the industry’s newest technologies and innovations. This year, Mitsubishi Electric Automation will be demonstrating solutions that optimize energy efficiency and improve overall operations. In booth #S-10147, Mitsubishi Electric will be demonstrating VFD solutions including a Fan-Array demo, digital solutions for predictive maintenance, and the new slim Economical HVAC PowerGate solution. Additionally, we will demonstrate the FR-XC Converter product that improves power factor and mitigates harmonics in your electrical system, while complying with IEEE519 standards. ICONICS will be joining us in our booth to demonstrate SCADA solutions for visualizing, monitoring, and controlling facilities. “Visit our booth to see the Mitsubishi Electric fan array and Genesis64 demonstrations that will display easy-to-visualize operations of multiple fans with the FR-E800 VFD control configuration, monitoring of operating values via the GOT2000 HMI, remote connectivity with ICONICS Genesis64 SCADA, and energy savings power consumption trends” said Ruben Ortiz, Product Marketing Manager (VFD), at Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. For more information and to register free for the event, please visit here.   About Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. Headquartered in Vernon Hills, Ill., Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. is a U.S. affiliate company of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. It offers a broad product portfolio including programmable automation controllers (PAC), programmable logic controllers (PLC), human machine interfaces (HMI), variable frequency drives (VFD), servo amplifiers and motors, control software, computerized numerical controllers (CNC), motion controllers, robots, low-voltage power distribution products, and industrial sewing machines for the industrial and commercial sectors. 

  • Soft Solutions for Hard Problems: What’s Coming in 2024
    Soft Solutions for Hard Problems: What’s Coming in 2024
    • December 23, 2023

    Over the past year, the supply chain logistics industry has continued to experience remarkable growth in automation adoption, even with the recent economic challenges. This advancement of automation can be credited to the accessibility of current unit economics for new technologies and the value automation delivers for many companies. Additionally, it is important to note that with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and other innovative software solutions, analytics are becoming more insightful–and abundant–than ever before.  With the increasing need for data management, mounting demand for labor, and the growth of automation adoption across industries, we can expect digitalization to continue to expand into 2024.  A shift toward digital According to the Association for Advancing Automation, robotic hardware sales gradually decreased in 2023, indicating a shift towards digital and software solutions to support the continued push for widespread digitalization. With this digital shift comes an influx of data full of valuable information that can be leveraged to improve operations. However, it also requires proper data management and transparency across different systems to properly utilize the flood of information. Data transparency will be key to supporting the digital transformation of a company–but what exactly is data transparency? It is the use of trustworthy, real data that can be easily traced back to the source, allowing companies to know what data is being collected and how it can be leveraged. This is where cloud-based technologies and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions come into play, providing the support needed to expand and manage the digital footprint of a company. While IoT systems and sensors can collect data, an AI-enabled model or software-based technology can analyze the data and share insights with system operators for further action. As a result, industries will see more data transparency efforts within non-tracked operations that will allow companies to tap into creative solutions to automate their warehouses. Along with data transparency, the proliferation of cloud-based, IoT, and sensor technologies that can be implemented and adopted much faster in the marketplace, will continue to grow.   Fueled by the decreased production cost and increased capability of these solutions, the market will continue to see demand rise and adoption rates increase over the next few years.  IT requires a personal touch Contrary to popular belief, an increase in automation doesn’t necessarily lead to a decrease in jobs. Deploying software solutions requires the support of IT professionals to integrate, manage, and maintain new technologies. As a result, the demand for a specialized labor force will rise along with the rate of digitalization.  Implementing new software within an established system isn’t easy and adds to the already long list of responsibilities for IT professionals. Addressing cybersecurity con...

  • Test GE LM2500 Gas Turbine Vibration Monitoring
    Test GE LM2500 Gas Turbine Vibration Monitoring
    • December 16, 2023

    Calibrate Meggitt 6240M and Bently Nevada 86517 Instrumentation In this video we demonstrate how to test the linearity of the GE LM2500 gas turbine vibration monitoring and protection system at critical low and high pressure rotor speeds. We also separate the Meggitt 6240M series accelerometer from the Bently Nevada 86517 Acceleration Interface Module and perform a frequency response sweep calibration. The Meggitt 6240M series, Vibro-Meter CA303 and CA306 series transducers are differential charge accelerometers that interface directly to The Modal Shop’s C9110D or  9110F Portable Vibration Calibrators. The Bently Nevada 86517 Acceleration Interface Module typically serves to integrate the signal from the differential charge accelerometers and convert to a readable voltage output within the turbine monitoring system. Although this device can also be used in non-integrated acceleration output mode as well. Either way, the output of the 86517 is easily tested with The Modal Shop's Portable Vibration Calibrators, allowing technicians to loop check the system and create a full calibration report. After market replacements for the Meggitt 6240M series and Vibro-Meter CA303 / CA306 are offered by PCB Piezotronics. The Modal Shop produced a webinar on our YouTube channel to further educate technicians on the pros and cons of PCB’s offering compared to alternatives. You may be interest SIEMENS WESTINGHOUSE SCHNEIDER BENTLY NEVADA 6DS1124-8AA 5X00121G01 140NOE77100 125680-01 6DS1211-8AA 5X00300G01 990XCP98000 125840-02 6DS1213-8AA 5X00419G01 140ACI05100SC 133819-01 6DS1220-8AA IC31224G01 140CPS11410 136188-02 6DS1222-8BA 1P00028G01 TSXMFPP004M 140471-01 6DS1223-8AA 5X00070G04 140CPU67060 149992-01 6DS1300-8AB 5X00109G02 140AII33010 172103-01 6DS1311-8AE 1C31116G04 TSXP47455 3500/22M 288055-01 6DS1332-8RR 3A99220G01 140DDM39000 3500/33 149986-01 6DS1411-8RR 1C31110G03 140DDO84300C 3500/40M 176449-01

  • ABB Launches Real Progress Campaign to Accelerate Global Sustainability
    ABB Launches Real Progress Campaign to Accelerate Global Sustainability
    • December 09, 2023

    ABB has today launched its new global sustainability initiative, showcasing the power of technology and expertise to accelerate sustainability while enhancing productivity. ABB’s Real Progress campaign is a rallying call to customers, partners and suppliers, inspiring them to harness technology leadership and the solutions that exist today to amplify their own impact across process industries such as mining, metals, and pulp and paper. For more than 130 years, the technology leader has been embedded in industries where emissions are hard to abate and where alternative solutions are either unavailable or difficult to practically implement. Today, ABB is combatting many changes happening in the world, such as rising emissions, water and energy scarcity, and workforce skills challenges. The company is showing that the power of bold ideas and pioneering technologies can overcome these challenges, step by step, together with the wider industrial and societal ecosystem. About ABB's Process Automation business ABB’s Process Automation business automates, electrifies and digitalizes industrial operations that address a wide range of essential needs–from supplying energy, water and materials, to producing goods and transporting them to market. With its ~20,000 employees, leading technology and service expertise, ABB Process Automation helps customers in process, hybrid and maritime industries improve performance and safety of operations, enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. About ABB ABB is a technology leader in electrification and automation, enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. The company’s solutions connect engineering know-how and software to optimize how things are manufactured, moved, powered and operated. Building on more than 140 years of excellence, ABB’s ~105,000 employees are committed to driving innovations that accelerate industrial transformation. Contact Me For Best Offer: sales3@askplc.com ABB EPRO GE 6632003A1 MMS6210 IS420ESWAH1A 6632094A1 MMS6210 IS420ESWAH3A IMCPM02 MMS6312 ES5DP33 INLIM03 MMS6110 DS200RTBAG2A NDLS02 MMS6350 IS220PPRFH1B NIDI01 MMS6410 IC697ALG320 NIDS01 PR6423/10R-010 IC697ALG230 NIMF02 PR6424/006-010 IC697ALG440 NIMP02 PR6424/006-030 GS9208/IR2 

  • Nozomi Networks discovers flaws in Bently Nevada protection systems.
    Nozomi Networks discovers flaws in Bently Nevada protection systems.
    • December 02, 2023

    OT security specialist Nozomi Networks has identified three vulnerabilities on the Baker Hughes Bently Nevada 3500 rack model used to detect and prevent anomalies in rotating machinery such as turbines, compressors, motors, and generators. Nozomi warns that the most serious of the three vulnerabilities may allow an attacker to bypass the authentication process and obtain complete access to the device by delivering a malicious request. According to Nozomi, "the development of a patch is not planned due to legacy limitations." The initial discovery was made by reverse engineering the proprietary protocol used by the device, and Nozomi has confirmed that all of these vulnerabilities affect firmware versions up to 5.05 and later of the /22 TDI Module (both USB and serial versions). Nozomi suggests the following measures to mitigate the issues. 1. RUN mode vs CONFIG mode: PLCs and control systems often implement physical keys to either put the device in RUN mode or in CONFIG mode. The latter is typically used by technicians during maintenance activities to enable writing permission of new configurations on the device. One common misconfiguration that might occur is to either forget to put back the device into RUN mode after a maintenance activity or opt for a default always-on CONFIG mode to facilitate remote changes. A best practice is to make sure that devices are always kept in RUN mode whenever possible. 2. Network segmentation: Design and implement proper network segmentation strategies to prevent unauthorised parties from interacting with critical assets. This is especially recommended for legacy solutions that are no longer actively supported by vendors. 3. Strong and unique passwords: Make sure to guarantee uniqueness in conjunction with robustness when choosing credentials. The former property is often underestimated but could provide defence in those scenarios where credentials extracted from a vulnerable machine or component could be easily reused over fully patched systems sharing the same credentials. 4. Non-default enhanced security features: Check your device manual for security features that are not enabled by default. Often, these additional features could strongly reduce the likelihood or the impact of a specific vulnerability and mitigate 'hard-to-patch' situations. With respect to Bently Nevada devices, Nozomi Networks recommends customers review the various security levels made available through the configuration utility and choose the one that matches specific needs and security policy. You may be interest ABB ALSTOM WESTINGHOUSE ENTEK SAFUR 80F500 MMLG02 1C31116G02 C6691/ICP NBRA-656C 8114-4001 5X00109G01 E2108/9/0012108-9-001 CS31 ECZ FPR3700001R0001 8164-4002 5X00226G01 18605 ICSI16E1 FPR3316101R1032 8172-4003 5X00273G01 15244 ICSK20F1 FPR3327101R1202 8174-4002 5X00105G14 C6691/IRD 3BHB004744R0010 XVC517 AE10 8211-4303 7379A21G02 E2172/1/80 NGPS13C  3AUA0000042489 8261-4154 7379A21G01 C6...

  • Expert Meeting - Digital Safety Solutions for the Railway Sector
    Expert Meeting - Digital Safety Solutions for the Railway Sector
    • October 28, 2023

    On 26th September, the HIMA User Conference Rail for European customers took place at the HIMA Customer Solutions Center in Brühl for the first time.      Safety experts from the rail industry came together to discuss the latest technologies, trends and challenges on the path of digitalization in the rail sector and to share best practices. Customers and partner companies from all over Europe met in Germany to experience practical lectures, live demos and an exchange with experts.      One of the main topics was EULYNX, the European initiative to develop and provide uniform industry standards for new modular interlocking technology. The user contributions from well-known railway companies, who reported on their practical experiences with digital rail solutions based on the HIMA safety platform. The program was rounded off by live demos of the latest HIMA safety solutions based on the new version of the engineering tool SILworX.      This included a SIL 4 interlocking simulator, SILworX integration with API, integration of a Frauscher SafeEthernet protocol, use of RaSTA protocol using the example of Object Controller as well as security solutions in the HIMA Security Lab supported by genua. “The User Conference debut at the Customer Solutions Center was a great success and it is already clear that this format will be anchored as a regular program item in our event calen-dar,” says Sergej Arent, Director Applications at HIMA. You May Interested More Items SIEMENS WESTINGHOUSE SCHNEIDER BENTLY NEVADA 6DS1124-8AA 5X00121G01 140NOE77100 125680-01 6DS1211-8AA 5X00300G01 990XCP98000 125840-02 6DS1213-8AA 5X00419G01 140ACI05100SC 133819-01 6DS1220-8AA IC31224G01 140CPS11410 136188-02 6DS1222-8BA 1P00028G01 TSXMFPP004M 140471-01 6DS1223-8AA 5X00070G04 140CPU67060 149992-01 6DS1300-8AB 5X00109G02 140AII33010 172103-01 6DS1311-8AE 1C31116G04 TSXP47455 3500/22M 288055-01 6DS1332-8RR 3A99220G01 140DDM39000 3500/33 149986-01 6DS1411-8RR 1C31110G03 140DDO84300C 3500/40M 176449-01 Contact US Sales manager : John Yang Email : sales3@askplc.com Skype : sales3@askplc.com Phone/WhatsApp : +8618150117685

  •  Automation Reinforces New Capabilities in Emulation and Support with First expansion of FactoryTalk® Logix Echo
    Automation Reinforces New Capabilities in Emulation and Support with First expansion of FactoryTalk® Logix Echo
    • September 16, 2023

    Virtualizing control systems with FactoryTalk® Logix Echo can help customers save significant engineering efforts and financial expenditure at every stage of a project from start to finish. Attention was dedicated to improving testing, giving users access to more than 20 variations of the 5580 ControlLogix® platform at their disposal. FactoryTalk Logix Echo simplifies the emulator experience by providing users the opportunity to download directly to FactoryTalk Logix Echo without modifications. The modern user interface (UI) paired with project downloads gives anyone the chance to learn how to use it. Having the emulation of the 5580 ControlLogix Ethernet port means that to other software, FactoryTalk Logix Echo looks like another controller, offering flexibility to expand your emulation to visualization or other controllers. Version 2 will be the first emulation platform to support safety controllers by introducing GuardLogix® 5580 controller catalogs. Users can download to GuardLogix controller types and emulate the execution of both Standard and Safety tasks in their project. The inaugural version supported one 17 slot chassis, but the latest release now supports the creation and communication of multiple chassis with one FactoryTalk Logix Echo license. Users can create the configuration and arrangement of controllers/slots that they need without previous limitations, adding flexibility for multiple users to each access different controllers that can all live in their respective positions. This expansion, with Studio 5000® Logix Designer V35, includes the support of the Axis Test Mode feature that provides the physical axis to be placed into a test mode during evaluation, emulation, and testing. This gives users downloading a project into FactoryTalk Logix Echo automatically a place motion axis into test mode, removing the need to make modifications. ControlLogix, FactoryTalk, FactoryTalk Logix Echo, GuardLogix and Studio 5000 are trademarks of Automation Inc. Contact Me For Best Offer: sales3@askplc.com Related products ABB EPRO 1785-L30B/D YPH108B/SPC 51202335-300 PR6423/002-110 2711P-K12C4A1 07 PA 85 MC-PD1X02 PR6424/012-010 1769-L16ER-BB1B INOSM010 51401052-100 PR6423/016-011 1756-CN2/C IMRAI04 900A01-0102 PR6423/105-110 1784-PCD IMRAI12 620-1631 PR6423/203-110 2711P-RSACDIN DSDO120 8C-TDODA1 PR6423/144-110 1745-E104 3BSE042235R1 8U-TAIXB1 PR6423/298-110 2711-K5A5L2 IDS-DTU51 8C-TPOXA1 PR6423/238-110 1788-CN2DN NIDS01 FC-PDB-0824P PR6423/295-110 6189-RDB10C/A NMFC02 621-0006 PR6423/053-110 1771-HM 200-PSSG 8C-TAIDA1 PR6423/230-110

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