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New M12 Feed-Throughs from Binder USA


CAMARILLO, CA — Binder USA has introduced control cabinet feed-throughs for its M12 power connectors. These flexible new feed-throughs enable the depend- able flow of signals, data, and elec- trical power between modules in the control cabinet and automa- tion components in the field. The combination of plug or


socket and coding on each connec- tion side supports a variety of con- figurations, including the complex implementations found in Industry 4.0 smart factories. Binder’s M12 power connectors allow signal, data, and supply cables to be connected using circu- lar connectors of the same series. The feed-throughs are


 RoHS


equipped with an M12 locking thread and an M16 mounting thread. Compact, rugged, and cost effective, they are indispen- sable components for robust M12 connectivity. Technical data varies for different binder series,


but all provide reliable and secure connections. Binder M12 series: 713, 813, 814, 823, and 824 include coding


M12 cabinet feed-throughs.


A, S, K, L, and T; 3 to 8 pins depending on coding; IP67 pro- tection; mechanical


lifespan


greater than 100 mating cycles (except 713 series); operating temperatures from –40 to +185°F (–40 and +85°C) (except 814 series); and all meet DIN EN 61706-2-111 standard. Contact: Binder USA, 3903


Calle Tecate, Camarillo, CA 93012 % 805-437-9925 E-mail: sales@binder-usa.com Web: www.binder-usa.com


EPLAN Updates Data Portal User Interface


SCHAUMBURG, IL — Selecting appropriate product data in engi- neering is often time consuming. However, the new EPLAN Data Portal, with a new user interface and improved search algorithms, makes it easier and faster than ever before. Expanded search parameters mean that users can quickly find exactly the compo- nents they are looking for. Individualized solutions based on configurators can be intuitively generated. More than one third of all


the data in the EPLAN Data Portal already conforms to the new, high quality data standard. The new EPLAN Platform is on the verge of being released and will also mark the moment when the EPLAN Data Portal will exclusively be available for use in the EPLAN ePulse cloud envi- ronment.


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The platform’s updated user


interface offers numerous en - hance ments for searching for and


Product configuration in EPLAN Data Portal.


finding device data. Im proved search algorithms and parame- ters make it much easier for users to quickly find the appropriate components to download. In - creased system performance also ensures greater speed when selecting components. Another new feature is the integration of the Lenze product configurator to streamline product selection. Once users have decided on


a particular device, the associat- ed EPLAN data can be generated in the detail view and then imported into the CAE solution’s device management. Around three million data


sets are available on the portal. Selecting devices and acquiring high-quality data is easy and intuitive. The data is up to date and can be transferred directly into projects. Contact: EPLAN Software &


Services, LLC, 425 N Martingale Road, Suite 470, Schaumburg, IL 60173 % 847-744-5729 E-mail: raymundo.d@eplanusa.com Web: www.eplanusa.com


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