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INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION NORTH AMERICA


Measurement Display New battery-powered MA508/1 mea- surement display unit offers increased resolution and precision while enabling fl exible input of parameters such as resolution, offset value, etc., to be freely programmed using the keypad. The higher resolution of these new units enable use with machine tools, which wasn’t possible with earlier models’ low resolution. System can operate for up to 10 years without a battery change thanks to its battery technology, making it maintenance-free. MA508/1 is a robust


measurement display unit with well- known and well-tested magnetic mea- surement technology. When used in con- junction with the MB500 magnetic tape, the measurement display unit records signals and immediately converts them into length information with, for example, a resolution of 0.01 mm. What’s more, it is also technically possible to operate the measurement display unit alongside the MR500 and MBR500 magnetic rings, for adjusting angles. The MA508/1 display features a compact size with push-button operation, making other programming tools no longer necessary. Siko Products Inc. Ph: 734-426-3476 Web site: www.sikoproducts.com


Cooling Systems


The Blue e+ is a completely new generation of cooling units with greater cost-effectiveness and energy con- servation due to its speed-regulated components and patented heat pipe technology. Providing far higher energy effi ciency than existing cooling solutions, these units offer a range of powerful new features that provide longer component life, fl exibility and ease of use. The Blue


e+ hybrid process uses two parallel cooling circuits working together, de- pending on temperature difference. The integral heat pipe dissipates heat from the enclosure as soon as the ambient temperature falls below the setpoint, providing passive climatization. Active climatization is achieved via the com- pressor’s cooling circuit with speed-con- trolled components for demand-based cooling. This unique inverter technology provides cooling output that is always exactly the amount needed at the time. Not only is energy consumption far less than with conventional technology, but the improved cooling leads to longer service life of the components inside the enclosure and the cooling unit itself. A Blue e+ units provide multi-voltage ca- pability to connect to all standard power grids worldwide. Possible input voltages range from 110V (single phase) to 480V (three-phase) at grid frequencies of 50 or 60 Hz. Rittal Corp.


Ph: 847-240-4611 Web site: www.rittal.us


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